Courchevel’s Nordic ski area has everything cross-country skiers need. The resort offers 90 kilometres of well-maintained, marked and free trails! All the circuits start from one of Courchevel’s villages.
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Loze mountain pass loop (2.5 km): This run unfurls at the foot of the Rocher de la Loze to Le 1928 restaurant. It is the perfect itinerary to enjoy incredibly clear views over the valley, with the Vanoise glaciers, la Grande Casse and the Mont Blanc.
Bouc Blanc (5 km): This is an undulating route starting from Plantret, which is perfect for enjoying the peace of the forest (but watch out for the ski runs criss-crossing through it). Finishing at Bouc Blanc, the ideal spot for a gourmet break.
Courchevel/Méribel Altiport (17 km): If you love long runs, this itinerary will delight you! Covering the same ground as the start of the Bouc Blanc trail, the path continues through the forest to Méribel valley, which usually enjoys great, cold but not icy, snow conditions, making it perfect for skiing.
Courchevel La Tania (15km): A charming route that takes you back to Courchevel La Tania from Le Bouc Blanc passing through Les Teppes or going as far as the Pré de la Croix, all through the middle of a spruce forest.
The Belvédère loop (5 km): After setting off through the trees, this run winds into the Pralin alpine pastures. Scenic and easy, you will love this sun-drenched itinerary.
Les Brigues / Chantery (5 km): This round trip through the forest crosses 2 legendary alpine ski runs (Jean Blanc and Murettes) as well as the Eclipse, the venue for the 2023 Alpine Ski World Championships.
Be on the look-out for criss-crossing skiers!
Le Bouc Blanc (8 km): This route starts behind La Saboïa tourism residence, going towards Les Teppes/Le Bouc Blanc. At the crossroads between Courchevel/Méribel, turn left and carry on until you get tothe Bouc Blanc chairlift departure station. Come back via Les Teppes.
Méribel-Altiport (18 km): Start off along the same route as le Bouc Blanc and it will lead you to the altiport of Méribel.
Courchevel Le Praz Nordic site (3 loops): It was on this site, during the 1992 Olympic Games, that Fabrice Guy and Sylvain Guillaume won gold and silver medals in the Nordic combined. Today, you can follow in their tracks on the 1.5 km, 7 km and 8.5 km loops. The short loop is perfect for beginners: it is very varied and the ideal place to get started with cross-country skiing. The two other loops are dedicated for skiers who want to have fun and work on their technique while taking a tour of Courchevel Le Praz.