What’s New in Courchevel for 2023/24

Courchevel is one of our favourite resorts. Made up of different ‘stations’ from Le Praz (1300), via Village (1550), Moriond (1650) to Courchevel 1850 and not forgetting La Tania, there are so many options for skiers on and off the slopes.

Insta-perfect Views

This winter, the Nid de la Saulire, joins the Nid de la Loze to give skiers another stunning spot to admire the dramatic scenery of Courchevel.

Both locations have a small chalet with giant deckchairs to lounge in and soak up the views.

Access via La Vizelle gondola or Dou des Lanches chairlift.

Fat Biking at Night

Why not try something completely different this winter on one of these fat-tyre mountain bikes.

Head out after the slopes have closed with a local to guide you round the forest trails on a two-hour circuit.

World Cup Racing at Night

This December, Courchevel will host the Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup for a thirteenth time.

On Thursday 21 December, the best female skiers in the world will race at the Emile-Allais stadium in a night slalom.

Try a World Cup Downhill

The Courchevel 1650 ESF is offering skiers a chance to get to grips with new ‘L’Eclipse’ downhill course on a half-day discovery session.

You’ll get to analyse its technical features and key sections first before taking the dizzingly-fast 3200m descent yourself, conditions and level of ability permitting.

Cross Country skiing

Courchevel has 15 different trails from 2km to 18km long, including three circular routes.

It’s a perfect way to enjoy skiing in natural, peaceful surroundings, away from the hustle and bustle.

Accommodation in Courchevel

For advice on finding the right accommodation for you in Courchevel, please contact the Chaletline team on 01822 617761.

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