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About Courchevel 1850Courchevel is the largest of the resorts in the 3 Valleys.
What is the skiing like in Courchevel 1850 for beginners?
Courchevel 1850 and Courchevel 1650 are ideal resorts for beginner skiers with large flat areas and plenty of accessible green pistes. There are also 12 free beginner lifts spread across all of the Courchevel resorts, so you can give skiing a go without the pressure of committing to a lift pass.
What is the skiing like in Courchevel 1850 for intermediate?
Intermediate skiers can expect to explore much of the vast terrain Courchevel has to offer and with over half the runs in Courchevel being green or blue, there is no shortage of options. Cruise down secluded tree lined pistes to La Tania, marvel at the view from the top of Saulire, or why not check out the family park underneath Verdons for an extra bit of fun?
What is the skiing like in Courchevel 1850 for experts?
Expert skiers will find plenty of steeper and more challenging runs in Courchevel and can take advantage of the excellent snow conditions provided by the north facing slopes. If you’re feeling adventurous, challenge yourself on the Eclipse piste which was designed and created for the 2023 World Cup downhill race. At 3.2km long with an altitude drop of 950m and an average gradient of 30%, this piste isn’t for the faint of heart.
When is the best time to ski in Courchevel 1850?
Courchevel is open from early December to late April and is a very snow sure resort due to its high altitude and northern facing slopes. Pre-Christmas or January is a great time to dodge the crowds but for sunny and warm weather look to visit in March or April.