Why Visit Courchevel?


From 1850m all the way to Le Praz at 1300m, there’s something for everyone.



Ski area

Skiers have 150km of slopes at the tips of your skis, and links to 600km within the entire Trois Vallées.




Fabulous runs above and below the tree line, with excellent nursery slopes and good choice of ski school. There are wide, beautifully groomed pistes for dreamy carving and so much choice for intermediates. Expert skiers head for the Grand Couloir at the top of Saulire and have great off piste opportunities.



You’ll need longer than a week to get to all the great mountain restaurants. For unbelievable views and great food, book at table at Panoramique at the top of Saulire and we love Bel Air at 1650 for its very sunny terrace.



Après ski

Right at the bottom of the slopes is Le Tremplin, where you can bask in the sun on the terrace with a live band. An afternoon at La Folie Douce is not to be missed, and neither is the last lift back over the top! And there’s our favourite, Fire & Ice at Le Portetta for fire pits and champagne.


Unique to Courchevel

This is one of the Alps more glitzy resorts and a great place for people watching.