Our Courchevel

Our Courchevel

Courchevel is part of the Three Valleys in the French Alps, the largest linked ski area in the world. We love the fact that there are 1,300 acres of skiable mountains in Courchevel alone and 600km of pistes when combined with the rest of the Three Valleys (Val Thorens, Meribel and Les Menuires). But what we really love the most about Courchevel is the high speed lifts – no lengthy queues even in high season!

Ten things we recommend doing whilst visiting Courchevel:courchevel

  • Stop off for après ski and listen to the funky music at La Folie Duce, Val Thorens or Meribel
  • Head to the Drop Inn, Le Praz for an apres-ski pint of Scotland’s finest BrewDog
  • Try the wine and charcuterie in the vaulted cave at the Cave de Lys, Le Praz
  • Spend an afternoon cross country skiing in picturesque Champagny Le Haut
    (you can hire cross country skis, poles and boots in Bozel on the way)
  • Head for lunch at L’Oeil de Bouef, Courchevel 1550
    (your meal will be cooked on the open fire)
  • Pop to the Black Pearl in Saint Bon for the best pizza in Courchevel cooked in a traditional wood fired oven
  • Take a break from skiing and stop for a rum and hot chocolate at the Bel Air in 1650
    (we’ve always found the staff very friendly and helpful)
  • Stop off for lunch at Katie’s Bar in 1650
    (great quality food at great prices)
  • Hire a dog sleigh in Champagny Le Haut
    (not a cheap pastime but an unforgettable experience)
  • For a Michelin star, gastro experience, head to the Azimut in Le Praz

Find out more about Courchevel:
www.Courchevel.com
www.Courchnet.com
www.my-courchevel.co.uk