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Season Dates in Courchevel

Discover the latest Courchevel lift opening & closing dates

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The extensive network of Courchevel lifts are open both summer and winter.

The world's largest ski area, this 600km network of ski runs is the number one destination for snow lovers from across the globe, and its impressive lift system includes a whopping 183 lifts to get you around this vast domaine.

Ski Season Dates in Courchevel 2022/23
Lift Area Opening Closing
Courchevel Area 3rd December 2022 23rd April 2023
Meribel Area 3rd December 2022
10th December 2022
23rd April 2023
Val Thorens Area 19th November 2022
26th November 2022
7th May 2023

Winter Ski Season Dates in Courchevel


When can you ski in Courchevel?
Weather/snow conditions permitting, you can usually ski in Courchevel from December-April using the lift system. Naturally, the season can be extended, typically with weekend openings in November or by ski-touring/hiking yourself up.

Season start and end dates may vary slightly as they are dependent on snow conditions. There may be a reduced ski area in operation if snow cover is insufficient or due to early/late season ramp up/down.

Ski Season Dates in Courchevel 2022/23
Lift Area Opening Closing
Courchevel Area 3rd December 2022 23rd April 2023
Courchevel | Moriond (1650) 10th December 2022 23rd April 2023
Courchevel | La Tania 10th December 2022 23rd April 2023
Meribel Area 3rd December 2022
10th December 2022
23rd April 2023
Val Thorens Area 19th November 2022
26th November 2022
7th May 2023
3 Valleys Linked Area 10th December 2022 23rd April 2023

The lifts usually open at 09:00, and start to close around 16:20 (the time varies for each lift). From February onward the lifts stay open for a further half hour. You can find the exact closing times for each main lift at the lift stations.

Take a look at this year's Ski Lift Pass Prices, and for the very latest info keep an eye on Live Lift Status and discover Maps to find your way around the pistes. Plus you can read more about the Ski Lift System in Courchevel and the variety of winter activities you can do on your visit.

a skier off piste in courmayeur

Summer Season Dates in Courchevel


When are the lifts open in Courchevel?
During the summer months the lift-system is more restricted than in winter, but still offers fantastic mountain access to hikers, bikers and selfie-takers. Not all lifts are open every day of the week and times may vary, check locally before setting off.

Summer Season Dates in Courchevel 2022
Lift Area Opening Closing
Courchevel Area early July 2022 end August 2022
Meribel Area early July 2022 end August 2022
Val Thorens Area early July 2022 end August 2022
St Martin & Les Menuires Area early July 2022 end August 2022

 

 Summer Lift Times in Courchevel
Lift Opening Closing
Verdons 09:30
closed Saturdays
16:40
Saulire 09:30
closed Saturdays
16:30
Le Praz 09:30
closed Saturdays
16:45
La Tania 09:30-12:30
closed Saturdays
13:30-16:45

 

 Summer Lift Times in Meribel
Lift Opening Closing
Tougnete 1 09:30 16:30
Tougnete 2 09:40 16:30
Pas du Lac 1 & 2 09:30
closed Saturdays
16:30

 

 Summer Lift Times in Val Thorens
Lift Opening Closing
Cairn-Caron 10:00
closed Weekends
15:10
Caron 10:15
closed Weekends
15:30
Moutière 10:00
closed Weekends
16:

 

 Summer Lift Times in St Martin & Les Menuires
Lift Opening Closing
Roc 1 09:30-12:45
closed Mondays & Fridays
13:30-16:30
Bruyeres 1 09:30-12:45
closed Thursdays & Weekends
13:30-16:30
St Martin 1 09:30-12:45
closed Mondays & Fridays
13:30-16:30
St Martin Express 09:30-12:45
closed Mondays & Fridays
13:30-16:30
Speed Mountain 10:30-12:45 13:30-19:00

Please note: all dates and times are subject to change due to adverse weather and events. You can keep an eye on live lift status and visit our maps page to find your way around. 

For more information, check out this year's summer lift pass prices, read about the summer lift system in Courchevel, and the many summer activities you can fill your visit with!

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