- 600km of marked pistes
- 53 green, 137 blue, 106 red and 32 black runs
- Ski up to an altitude of 3,230m
Courchevel is truly a world class ski resort with over 600km of slopes located in the Three Valleys Ski Area, you won't be short of pistes to explore during your holiday. Snow cover is more or less guaranteed throughout the winter season given the altitude of the resort. Whether you have been skiing for decades or this is your first time on the slope you will enjoy the diversity of the runs throughout Courchevel itself and in the wider ski area.
Skiing and snowboarding in Courchevel
Being in the Three Valleys Ski Area, Courchevel has excellent access to the largest linked ski area. With 600km of marked pistes you won't have to do the same run twice. Beginners will enjoy the ZEN areas which have gentle slopes and will allow you to practice your turns and technique, while the experts can enjoy the vast number of red and black runs throughout the resort.
Where to stay in Courchevel
We offer accommodation in three of the villages; Courchevel Village 1550 is the original Courchevel hamlet, it has a more laid back atmosphere and is more popular with families, it also has quick and easy ski lift links up the valley and over in to Meribel. Sitting just above is Courchevel Moriond (1650), a more traditional village with its own superb linked ski area, and access to a number of gentle green and blue slopes. Courchevel 1850 is the highest resort and is renowned for its glitz and glamour, it has a wide selection of fine hotels, designer boutiques and a buzzing nightlife.
Bars and restaurants in Courchevel
Courchevel is a lively area with a variety of restaurant and après options. There are numerous fine dining establishments in and around the resort, with 13 Michelin stars across eight restaurants. For the less gourmet options, there's also numerous pizzerias and restaurants serving traditional alpine dishes. On the mountain, there's a lot of restaurants dotted around the ski area for that well deserved mid-morning hot chocolate and lunch break.
If you are after a resort renowned for its apres ski, look no further. Courchevel has some great spots to enjoy after a day on the mountain, whether you want to dance on the tables in La Folie Douce or want a more laid back drink with live music you can find somewhere to suit you.
What's included in an Inghams holiday to Courchevel
Flights, transfers and accommodation based on either self catering, half board or bed & breakfast. Optional add ons include equipment hire, lift pass and tuition, please see the 'Ski extras' tab below for more information on these.