You can access Les 3 Vallées (the largest ski area in the world) from Courchevel and enjoy 600 km of ski slopes, over 180 green-blue ski runs and over 140 red-black ski runs. The ski area in Courchevel is accessible whatever your level - you do not have to be a great skier to enjoy it!
Are you a beginner? The Easy Rider areas are there to allow you to progress in complete safety on wide and not very steep slopes, while protected from more experienced skiers.
Are you skiing with children? Some themed ski slopes have been created in Les 3 Vallées! From the family snowpark to the zip line, there is something for all ages and tastes!
Mont-Blanc, les Écrins, the Vanoise glaciers, a Lauzière, la Beaufortain, etc. From the top of a mountain or at the bend on a ski slope, enjoy 360° panoramic views at every moment.
The Courchevel ski area also has the most efficient and comfortable ski lifts in the world. Enjoy a pleasant break soaking up the sunshine before heading back to the ski slopes!
You can explore all the diversity of the 7 resorts in the ski area with just the one ski pass. From undreamt-of ski slopes surrounded by snow-covered fir trees, to high peaks close to the glaciers, set off on a unique journey in the heart of some outstanding nature.
Stroll around villages full of history and unique architecture, or enjoy a break in one of the mountain restaurants. Get away from it all in the endless forests and Alpine pastures, and admire the majesty of the glaciers and surrounding peaks.
With the majority of the ski area located at an altitude of 1,800 m and the largest artificial snow system in France, snow is guaranteed from the start of the season right through to the end. 25 peaks in Les 3 Vallées are accessible throughout the winter and the resorts are connected by ridges at an altitude of over 2,000 m.
⚠️ Everyone be careful on the slopes: measure your speed, pay attention to other skiers and to your trajectory, do not park in the middle of the slopes and equip yourself with a helmet. The ski area is open from 9am until 4.45pm.
Check out the map of pistes to get around Courchevel ski area, in Savoy. You can also find out more about ski runs, avalanche risks and more.