The Courchevel ski resort, created in 1946, in the Tarantaise Valley of the French Savoie region, is part of a three valley property representing the largest skiable area in the world with 600 kilometers of slopes. Thanks to its 2 palace hotels and its 16 five star establishments, Courchevel also possesses the most important luxury hotel range in the world. This internationally renowned resort is a showcase for French luxury and elegance.
In the midst of the La Vanoise massif and its snow capped peaks, skiing is a veritable pleasure with the constant creation of new slopes and trails for beginners as well as seasoned veterans.
Adeline Roux – Courchevel Tourist Director
“The Three Valleys of which Courchevel is a part, has been and still is the world’s largest skiable area, and in terms of experience, it offers a wide variety of sensations and possibilities. You can stay at Courchevel, ski in any of the three valleys and try different slopes every day for two weeks. It’s a multi-purpose resort, which in its entirety, is accessible to everyone from the beginner to the professional.”
For advanced skiers or for the beginners, Courchevel remains the ideal resort for snow fun. As for hotels, the offer is bloated and particularly varied.