Stroll and hike itineraries
From the bottom of the resort, with its refreshing forest routes, to the highest mountains which take you to mineral heights, Courchevel's area offers a plethora of hiking tracks for every level. Find all the illustrated routes on this very page a selection of our favourite hikes here.
You can take the gondola lift or the Sentier des Verdons (n°17) back down to the resort.
We recommend that you go back down via Le Col de la Dent.
The route might be a little long for anyone who isn’t used to walking.
Do not attempt in hot weather or when heavy rain is forecast. Fires are strictly prohibited.
From the mountain pass, enjoy unrivalled views of the Courchevel valley, the La Plagne ski area and the Mont Blanc mountain range.
Amazing panoramic views over the Courchevel and Méribel valleys.
Watch out for snow fields at the start of the season.
Don’t leave your car for too long at the foot of the rock face (danger of rock falls).
Shuttlebus available for return journey.
When you get to Le Biol, you’ll see a stone - the remains of the old mountain hut that was carried away by an avalanche in 1999.