The 3 Valleys will keep you coming back, and you will never run out of new terrain. The Courchevel Valley is spread out over 4 interconnected villages ranging in altitude from 1,300m – 2,750m.
Starting in Le Praz, up to Courchevel Village at 1550, Courchevel Moriond 1650 to Courchevel 1850, with over 150kms of marked runs. Whether you want to be challenged by the couloirs of the Saulire or cruise on gentle wide open slopes - there really is something for everyone!
The links over to La Tania, Meribel, Les Menuires and Val Throrens are accessible to all levels (including pedestrians!) and therefore you can explore freely.
Whether you want to spend 10 Euro on a burger with a 5 Euro glass of house wine or 200 Euro on a Michelin starred lunch with a bottle of Petrus for 3000+ Euro, I have some personal recommendations to suit all tastes, and budgets!
With over 50 mountain restaurants to choose from, if you would like a a gastro-tour of the 3 Valleys, from ‘ski through’ waffle stations to ‘***’ fine dining, you can wine & dine somewhere new every day!
Sitting on top of Saulire, with spectacular views, eat in or outside on the veranda, this will be a real treat easily reached from Meribel or Courchevel. Easy access for those on foot too.
Enjoying lunch on the Pilatus sundeck is a great place to watch the private jets land and take off from Courchevel’s private airport, famous for its 007 connections! Stopping here for a coffee and a slice of lemon meringue pie is a must!
Probably better known for its beach celebrity haven in Greece, the winter Nammos is a party place at the base of Verdons, with luxurious outdoor seating and a price to match. A great stop off for a mid afternoon cocktail!
Perfectly located for those on foot and beginners at the base of Verdons, Chalet Pierre offers an irresistible Plat du Jour, seafood and rotisserie meat.
Perched at the top of the Chenus telecabine, easily accessible for those on foot, the view from the terrace is incredible! A perfect venue for brunch!
Stunning location at the top of the Loze/Plantrey lifts, a great option for it’s charcoal grill and exceptional wine list.
Aquamotion in Courchevel 1550 has a great collection of indoor and outdoor pools, water slides and even a surf pool! There is a climbing wall, fitness centre or if your legs need a little rest, an adults only spa area and treatment centre.
Courchevel Aventure can offer you a variety of mountain activities from snow mobile rides, piste bashing driving, fat scooting and night time mountain dining!
Or we can even venture over to Courchevel Moriond 1650 where you can try out the luge run from the top of the Ariondaz bubble lift, or visit the Western Indian village, or have some fun on the Big Air bag in Courchevel 1850!
If you are an early bird you could try a 3 Valley hot air balloon ride before we meet for a days skiing or riding!