Lucky enough to be heading to Courchevel this month for some spring skiing? You’ll find plenty to do even when you’re off the slopes.
We might be nearing the end of the ski season, but this doesn’t mean Courchevel is winding down. In fact, it means quite the opposite. This infamous resort will close the season in style!
Here’s what’s on in Courchevel this March.
Millet Ski Touring Competition (14th and 21st March)
Fancy trying some ski touring?
Amateurs and professionals alike put their skills to the test every Wednesday evening with the Millet Ski Touring Competition.
The finale of this event will be on the 21st, where a share of €8000 worth of prize money can be won.
If you think you’re up to the challenge, just don’t forget a head torch!
Comedy Night at Le Montana Hotel (15th March)
What’s the perfect way to unwind after a day on the slopes? Watching live comedy!
‘Taking the Piste’ will be at Le Montana Hotel on the 15th March.
Don’t miss out on a night of non-stop laughter!
Festival Ski et Toiles (15th – 17th March)
If you have a joint love for skiing and cinema, this film festival is for you.
For three whole days, as the slopes close, the films begin.
With a range of screenings to please all cinematic tastes, you won’t be disappointed by the selection.
Another bonus? It’s free!
Guided Tour of ‘L’Art au Sommet’ Exhibition (15th, 22nd and 29th March)
Combine your love of skiing with your love of art at the ‘L’Art au Sommet’ Exhibition.
Not only is the tour free of charge, but it’s a chance to admire some of the best graffiti and street art in the world.
Don’t miss out on the chance to see something new!
Guided Tour of Courchevel Le Praz (22nd March)
Fancy seeing a different side of Courchevel? Take the free guided tour around Courchevel Le Praz.
You’ll get the chance to see the church, the lakeside, and experience the way of life in the village from the Middle Ages to the present day.
Derby du Roc Merlet (31st March)
Fancy having a go at some light-hearted racing?
With the Derby du Roc Merlet, there’s only one rule: first to the bottom wins!
Complete with an after party at the Funky Fox, this event is the perfect way to let your hair down. No one takes it too seriously, which only adds to the fun.
Easter Festivities (31st March)
Easter is the perfect time to be on the slopes! Skiing in the sun is an unforgettable experience, and the slopes are quieter than in the winter months.
Not only that, but Courchevel will also be hosting plenty of Easter celebrations. From egg hunts in the snow to parties, there’s something to entertain every member of the family!
Night Luge (Every Tuesday and Thursday)
Every Tuesday and Thursday night, take on the floodlit night luge track at Courchevel 1650.
Experience the slopes in a completely different way!
It’s fun for all the family that carries on even when the day comes to a close.
Plus, no one will blame you for getting a little competitive.
Verdons By Night (Every Wednesday)
Fancy having a go at night skiing? You’re in luck!
Every Wednesday, head over to Courchevel 1850 for a taste of the slopes after dark.
With music and floodlit pistes, this one is a must-try for anyone who’s fill of skiing is still unsatisfied at the end of the day.
Torchlight Descent (Every Friday)
Every Friday evening, the slopes of Courchevel 1850 host a torchlight descent. You’ll enjoy a sumptuous meal of fondue and wine at Le Pilatus restaurant, before skiing down the mountain with a burning torch.
A First Tracks ski school instructor will be by your side to ensure your safety!
If you can ski on a blue or green slope, you’ll be welcome here.
If you’ve ever wanted to see the slopes at night, this one’s for you. It’s an exciting après-ski event with a twist!
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