Ski Holidays in Courchevel, France – Your Ultimate Guide




Courchevel is one of the most popular ski resorts in France and is part of the Three Valleys ski area, the largest ski area in Europe. With a vast range of ski runs, Courchevel has something for everyone, from beginners to experienced skiers. At Skiworld, we provide catered ski chalets with our own team of staff in resort. In this blog, we will take a closer look at what Courchevel has to offer for skiing and snowboarding, other things to do, après ski venues, places to eat, family entertainment and where to stay.

Skiing and Snowboarding

Courchevel is a snow-sure resort with 150km of slopes and 62 lifts. The Three Valleys ski area has over 600km of slopes and 166 lifts, so there is plenty of skiing for all abilities. Courchevel is particularly suited for beginners and intermediates, with wide, gentle slopes and good nursery slopes. Advanced skiers can enjoy the challenging runs on the Saulire peak, and there is also an excellent snow park for freestylers.



Other Things to Do

If you fancy taking a break from skiing or snowboarding, Courchevel has plenty of other activities to enjoy. Take a scenic helicopter tour over the mountains or go snowmobiling. There is also ice-skating, tobogganing and husky sledding. If you are looking for a more relaxed activity, there are plenty of spas and wellness centres in the resort to choose from.

Après Ski Venues

Courchevel has a reputation for its après ski, with a wide range of bars and restaurants to choose from. La Folie Douce is a popular après ski venue with live music and DJs. For a more relaxed après ski, try Le Tremplin, a cosy bar with a large terrace and great views.

Places to Eat

Courchevel has an excellent reputation for food, with a wide range of restaurants to choose from. Le Chabichou is a two-Michelin-starred restaurant that offers exquisite cuisine. For traditional Savoyard dishes, try La Table des Airelles. For a more relaxed atmosphere, try Le Cap Horn, which serves delicious seafood and meat dishes.



Family Entertainment

Courchevel has plenty of activities for families, including a cinema, a bowling alley and an indoor climbing wall. There are also ski schools for children, and some ski schools offer childcare services. If you are looking for a family-friendly restaurant, try La Cave des Creux, which serves a range of delicious pizzas and pasta dishes.

Where to Stay

Skiworld offers a range of catered ski chalets in Courchevel, all with their own teams of staff in resort. The chalets are located in different parts of the resort, so there is something to suit everyone’s needs. If you are looking for a luxury chalet, try Chalets Jacques, Benjamin or Samuel, each with a private hot tub and amazing skiing access. For a more budget-friendly option, try Chalet Estrella, which is also bookable on a room-by-room basis, great for smaller groups or couples.


Chalet Benjamin

Round Up

Courchevel is a ski resort that offers something for everyone. With its snow-sure slopes, excellent restaurants and bars, and a range of activities, it’s easy to see why it’s such a popular destination. Skiworld provides catered ski chalets and its own staff in resort, making it the perfect choice for your ski holiday. Book your ski holiday with Skiworld now and experience all that Courchevel has to offer.


 Ryan Chitty

  Ski Specialist

0208 600 1678

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