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No. of slopes: 93
No. of lifts: 162

Courchevel is a world class ski resort and part of the famous Three Valleys ski domain, where you have access to 600km of pistes. It's a place where luxury really does mean luxury. Everything about Courchevel is high-end, from the perfectly groomed pistes and state-of-the-art lifts, to the seven Michelin starred restaurants, exclusive hotels and chalets, and stylish boutiques


Travel info

Geneva Airport - 3 hours  Apprx.

Lyon Airport - 3 hours  Apprx.

Chambery Airport -90 Minutes Apprx.

Grenoble Airport - 2 hours Apr


Ski Pass info

There are two main types of 'Courchevel Ski Area' passes - The 3 Valleys Pass (full area) and the Courchevel Valley Pass. The 3 Valleys Pass is more expensive and more comprehensive, covering the whole domain including Courchevel, Meribel & Val Thorens. The Courchevel Valley Pass covers the whole of the Courchevel Valley but no further and is probably the best option for beginners. Most skiers buy the six day 3 Valleys pass, as this allows you to explore many more pistes, mountain restaurants & bars and the neighbouring resorts without having to worry if you've 'crossed a border'!


Food/Restaurants info

In Courchevel the general rule is that the higher the altitude of a restaurant, the higher the bill – and prices can reach eye-popping levels in Courchevel 1850. However, food standards also reach lofty heights – this resort is swimming in restaurants with Michelin stars, seven at the last count. There are good restaurants lower down the mountain too. At Courchevel Le Praz (aka 1300) La Cave des Lys is an atmospheric, vaulted wine bar serving tasty tapas-style snacks, and the main lift base at Courchevel Moriond (1650) also has some affordable options. On the mountain, La Tania makes a good choice for a cheaper lunch stop.


Drinks/Bars info

Whether it’s a quiet drink, a sophisticated cocktail or the chance to dance the night away in one of their many trendy clubs, there is plenty to choose from in Courchevel.


Summer info

Courchevel merits its reputation as a prime location for luxury skiing holidays, with snow not fully melting until April/May on the upper slopes. However, when winter ends, the summer party kicks off and a whole range of outdoor activities come into their own. Rock climbing, hot-air ballooning and mountain biking are among the most popular activities.


Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Beach Activities, Bowling Canoeing, / Kayaking Canyoning, Cinema, Cycling, Farm Visits, Fishing, Football, Geocaching, Glacier, walking, Golf Gym, / Fitness centers, Helicopter tours, Horse-riding, Hydro-speeding, Ice-skating, / Hockey, Indoor climbing, Light Aircraft / Microlight Flights, Mountaineering, Nature Reserves & Parks, Orienteering, Paintballing, Paragliding / Parapenting, Segway, Shopping, Sky-diving & parachuting, Spas & massages, Squash, Swimming, Tennis, Tree-top / Forest adventures, Walking & Hiking, Waterskiing & Wakeboarding, Watersports, Yoga.


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    FMA33833

    Chalet Margaux

    Courchevel, Three Valleys, France

    SKI IN/SKI OUT LUXURY AT THE HEART OF COURCHEVEL 1850

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