Though less pretentious and grandiose than the exclusive Courchevel 1850, Courchevel 1650, also known as Moriond, is a vibrant, high quality winter wonderland with plenty to do and a range of ski accommodation that will suit most requirements. Possessing more nightlife than Courchevel 1300 and Courchevel 1550 just down the mountain, Courchevel 1650 is bustling and exciting. The weekly street market is a favourite for local produce, the bars and cafes range from up-market glamour spots to more down-to-earth but excellent venues. A range of quality ski schools can be found in Courchevel with great provision for youngsters. For non-skiers there are many ways to get active including the leisure complex Les Grande Combes, which offers tennis courts, a climbing wall, basketball courts, a pool and much more. Read more...

The range of accommodation in Courchevel 1650 is diverse, and includes great catered and self-catered options. If it's a luxury ski holiday you want, with the ability to sit back and unwind after a hard day on the slopes, then there are great catered chalets in Courchevel 1650. For those looking to party on a budget, the resort is a great option (probably the best of all the Courchevel resorts) and there are more affordable self-catered apartments in Courchevel 1650.

Courchevel Moriond promises an unforgettable skiing experience in the Courchevel Valley

Heading out from 1650, skiers are faced with a myriad of options: it's possible to ski all the way down to 1300 and then take the 8 minute gondola back to 1650; or skiers can head up the valley to the slopes of 1850 and above. In short, Moriond is known for its sunny slopes, its fantastic variation of pistes, and is a great place to start your Three Valleys skiing adventure!