Courchevel consists of three valleys, Les 3 Vallées, served by four satellite villages - Courchevel Le Praz, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850, with the numbering referring to the village's altitude. The most exclusive is Courchevel 1850, where household names have graced the slopes and dined in the Michelin stared restaurants. With 330 runs totalling 600km this is the largest ski area in the world.
For more information regarding Courchevel ski holidays contact a friendly Flight Centre consultant and don't forget to ask about our great deals on hotels, tours, travel insurance, transfers and more.
Early December - Late April
8.30am - 4.30pm
13% beginners, 39% intermediate, 38% advanced & 10% expert
1300m base elevation, 2738m top elevation
Child and adult ski school catering to all ski and snowboard abilities
Cost of a Day Pass:
There are many parking areas available at the resort.
There are a number of major airports near Courchevel including Geneva, Chambery, Lyon and Grenoble. From the airport take a privately-operated transfer to Courchevel. Book flights to Europe online,
There are a large variety of accommodation options at Courchevel catering to all tastes and budgets. Book accommodation online
Hire a car in Geneva, Chambery, Lyon or Grenoble. Chains are essential so be sure to hire them also. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.
Courchevel hosts many winter events including the Women's Alpine Skiing World Cup, Verdons by Night and various other cultural events.
All Inclusive Packages
For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 1800 200 6668 or fill in the enquiry form below.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Courchevel. On this map, green lines represent very easy trails, blue lines are easy trails, red are difficult, and black are very difficult trails. Ski lifts are marked by straight black lines.