Courchevel is one of the most sort after French alpine ski resorts in the world. Firstly for its great skiing including access to 180 lifts and 150KM of pistes (including La Tania) but it also has over 10 Michelin stars to its name, an array of luxury shops and a wealth of 5 star accommodation. Courchevel is the skiing playground for the rich, royals and famous but don't be put off if you can't fly to the Courchevel Altiport (airport) in a luxury jet, Courchevel caters for all and Whiterides airport transfers can easily transfer you from any of the larger more popular airports including Geneva, Lyon, Grenoble and Chambery.
It is made up of 4 resorts: Courchevel 1850 (Courchevel), Courchevel 1650 (Courchevel Moriond), Courchevel 1550 (Courchevel Village) and Courchevel 1330 (Courchevel Le Praz) and close to La Tania.
Beginner skiing in Courchevel:
Courchevel is a great place to start your skiing, as a child or adult it offers 9 free lifts, across all the villages. We suggest basing yourself in the ski resorts of Courchevel 1650 or Courchevel 1850 for the best beginner slopes.
Intermediate skiing in Courchevel:
70% of the pistes in and around Courchevel are considered intermediate, with red and blue runs accessible for all, as well as easy access to the different areas or the rest of The 3 Valleys.
Experts skiing in Courchevel:
For those expert skiiers among you head up to the Saulire Mountain top and explore the black runs as well as pisted and unpisted off-piste slopes.
Always remember to take the right avalanche gear with you and where necessary take a guide. The off-piste skiing and ski touring around the ski resort of Courchevel is extensive.