For information on individual trails see our hiking and walking routes.
There are gentle walking trails for those of you who would like an easy stroll or have children in tow, and then there are the longer more strenuous hiking routes for the active walker. If you are thinking of heading out higher into the Alps or tackling something a little more challenging then it is always advisable to chat to the mountain guides in town who will be able to give you more advice or even take you on a trail.
Summer passes will provide you with access to the lifts meaning you can explore more of the high altitude terrain and wonderful views without the slog! When heading off on a hike or walk it is always best to get as much information about the route as possible, head to the tourist office in town and check the weather forecast to make sure you are being as safe as possible.
For all the useful emergency services numbers head to our emergency services page and save the numbers before embarking on your walk or hike in Courchevel.