Nestled in the heart of the Three Valleys in the French Alps, lies Courchevel, a mythical vacation spot. World capital of skiing and renowned for being the largest ski area in the world, Courchevel is the ideal destination that combines relaxation and adventure.


Skiers and snow lovers will have the chance to enjoy a myriad of alpine activities thanks to the six villages that are discovered one after the other. Each village is connected by ski lifts facilitating travel, in a most spectacular setting. Multiple universes revealing a sublime selection of regional Savoyard cuisine, a hundred luxury boutiques, an effervescent nightlife and special family moments.

Courchevel 1850

This avant-garde place is ideal for enjoying the most beautiful slopes in the world as well as refined alpine pleasures.
The village is full of starred restaurants, gourmet après-skis and luxury boutiques. Two ski lifts give access to the summit of La Saulire, which ski enthusiasts can access directly.


The sunniest resort, Moriond is located on a balcony set back from the relief, thus allowing longer days on the slopes.
This family village also has a 3 km toboggan run, as well as a night toboggan equipped with lights and capable of reaching 30 km/hour.
Go on an adventure for a snowshoe hike to Lake La Rosière, a suspended moment far from the festive atmosphere of the resort, then make yourself comfortable in one of the many restaurants in town.

Courchevel Village

Known for its relaxed atmosphere, Courchevel Village is easily accessible by a high-speed cable car in two and a half minutes or by a blue run. The Aquamotion water park, which opened recently, is one of the main attractions in the region and also the largest mountain water park in Europe. Unlike the indoor swimming pool with absolute serenity, families will have the pleasure of enjoying the slides, the wild rivers and the wave surf zone.

Courchevel la tania

Fitted out for the 1992 Winter Olympics, La Tania is the latest of the 3 Valleys resorts. This preserved winter cocoon provides access to the ski area of Méribel or
to the vast network of Courchevel. Green, blue and red runs lead to La Tania, making it the ideal starting point for skiers of all levels. One of these tracks, the Folyères, is one of the most popular. This pedestrian resort is perfect for strolling and indulging in a few pleasures such as après-ski, window shopping or dining out.

le praz

The superb forests of Le Praz are a real paradise for skiers, while thrill seekers can take the famous ski jumps built for the 1992 Olympic Games. In just seven minutes, the cable cars that leave from the city center to reach Courchevel 1850, allow you to get to the village while enjoying magnificent landscapes. Le Praz and Saint-Bon are the original villages of Courchevel, as evidenced by their historic architecture, their charming chalets and their Savoyard spirit.

saint bon

This picturesque village is home to Hotel du Lac Bleu, Courchevel’s first hotel which opened for the very first ski season in 1925. This peaceful resort is steeped in history, with its 17th century Baroque church and traditional hamlets within walking distance.
You can reach Saint-Bon from Courchevel 1850 by taking a red run or a shuttle.


Courchevel is one of the 8 resorts of the 3 Valleys, reputed to be the largest ski area in the world. Endless possibilities await you with 600 km of slopes and over 300 runs for beginners and expert skiers, all linked by ski lifts via the center of the village.
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Courchevel offers a large choice of activities, outdoors and indoors, for adults, children, families or solo.

Toboggan runs

Departure along the Tovets piste in Courchevel 1850, arrival in Courchevel Village.
Served by the Grangettes gondola in Courchevel Village, which is the arrival point.
Opening hours: 9 a.m. to 7:15 p.m.
Lift accessible to holders of a valid ski or pedestrian pass.

Fat bike

At nightfall, discover the mountain in a new way with the Fat Bike. Organized by the Courchevel Village ski school, this thrilling two-hour descent will start at
Jardin Alpin or the Verdons and will end in Courchevel Village.

Ice diving

Dive under the frozen layers of Lac du Praz and live a unique experience, where time has no limit. The instructors will equip you with a drysuit and guide you
in a magical underwater world.

Sled Dog

Embark on a dog sled excursion over the snowy hills and through the forests of Courchevel. Comfortably seated behind the hitch and driven by a musher
professional, discover the mountain differently by admiring the fabulous immaculate landscape.


At dusk, hit the slopes for a one-hour snowmobile ride. This adventure is the best way to discover the pristine panoramas of Courchevel in one
minimum time.


Get your adrenaline pumping by skydiving in Courchevel. After flying over the French Alps from your helicopter and enjoying a 360 ̊ view, you will parachute with
an instructor and land gently on the ski area.

Hot air balloon flight

The incredible hot air balloon flight over Courchevel will remain forever etched in your memory. At sunrise or sunset, embark on a dreamlike journey alongside a
professional pilot and fly over the sparkling peaks enjoying the surrounding calm.


Come and enjoy a hand-held and accompanied pony ride in Courchevel 1850. Horse-drawn carriage rides are also organized from the Place du Tremplin.


Climb aboard a snow groomer and set off to explore the ski area at night.


Try airboarding, a new slide invented in the 2000s for a descent of the slopes of Courchevel on a kind of inflatable sledge. Guaranteed sensations


Have you ever dreamed of walking on eternal snow? In the ski resort of Courchevel, embark on a journey out of time, as close as possible to the Vanoise glaciers and the surrounding area. The resort of the Alps, located at the gates of the first national park in France, is the ideal destination for the discovery of mountaineering and glacier hikes. With your guide, learn to evolve at altitudes above 3000 m, to use mountain equipment and enjoy unforgettable views of the entire Alpine arc at the end of your ascent.


Flying over the Alps by plane and admiring all the peaks from the air is in Courchevel! With its altiport, unique in Europe, the Savoyard ski resort is the ideal place to treat yourself to a panoramic flight or take flying lessons. The airline on site all year round offers flights ranging from 15 min to 1 hour. Fly over Courchevel, Méribel, all the 3 Valleys and towards the majestic Mont-Blanc massif, with its mythical summits. For those who wish to take control, the instructors, mountain flying professionals, give lessons to teach you how to fly on your own.


The Croisette district in Courchevel 1850, a few minutes walk from the Snow Lodge Hotel, will delight all shopping lovers. Take a break for an afternoon to stroll and enter the most beautiful shops. Between big names in luxury, renowned art galleries, prestigious jewelry stores and refined perfumeries, the wonder is at its height.



Is the weather not looking good? Are you looking for a fun way to spend your evening or celebrate a birthday in Courchevel? What do you think of a game of bowling in the mountains? In the ski resort of the Alps, go to the Forum, the shopping and leisure center of Courchevel 1850 to challenge your gaming partners on one of the 8 bowling alleys. The complex also has billiards and arcade games, suitable for all ages, as well as a restaurant and a bar. The promise of an unforgettable evening or afternoon!


The Courchevel media library is located in the village of Le Praz, at the foot of the gondola and on the first floor of the Alpinium. The team welcomes you throughout the year in a space of more than 350m2 dedicated to reading and games, for a weekend or during your holidays in the mountains.
This unique space and benefiting from a breathtaking view of the mountains, is organized according to different spaces: the reading and contemplation corner, that of the little ones, the English-speaking corner or even literature around the mountain, as well as a large toy library.
It has, of course, a fine collection of novels, comics, magazines and books for children, teenagers, documentaries to consult on site or to borrow as well as audio books. With Créa’Courch, the media library has a creative art workshop to practice painting, pottery, knitting, writing, origami, etc.


In Winter: go to Aquamotion, one of the largest aquatic centers in the mountains in Europe for moments of fun and relaxation with a view of the slopes and the snow-covered fir trees outside.

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