Courchevel is part of the 3 Valleys ski area and is one of the largest linked ski areas in the world. With it's modern lift system and wide range of pistes, it is a ski destination that will suit everyone.
The 3 Valleys consists of eight resorts - Courchevel, La Tania, Meribel, Brides-les-Bains, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Orelle & St Martin de Belleville (see the piste maps). With a massive 319 pistes totalling 600km in length, 200 lifts and 1,500 snow cannons it's a snow lovers paradise.
Courchevel has in the region of 52 ski lifts giving access to ski terrain ranging from 1350m to 2738m altitude and ~150km of pistes (see the piste maps). This ski area is varied with plenty to keep all levels of skier and snowboarder occupied and can be split into three main ski areas: La Tania, Courchevel (1850) and Courchevel Moriond. With 150km of piste skiing and 617 snow canons, you'll find snow-sure terrain suitable for any skier.
Each individual valley is different and it's possible to find something for everyone. There are 51 green pistes, 132 blues, 106 reds and 32 black pistes, with 11 links to the neighbouring resorts and 169 ski lifts. Beginner slopes, runs featuring in the world's top ten, huge powder bowls, tree skiing, glaciers and pro snow parks, all of which is connected by one of the fastest, modern lift systems around.
There's only one way to discover all of it and that's with a 3 Valleys ski pass!