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Ski rental Courchevel 1650

Nestled in the sparkling Tarentaise valley, Courchevel resort is the ideal place to spend a great holiday with friends or family.

The ski area

Courchevel is part of the largest ski area in the world: Les 3 Vallées. With 600 kilometres of slopes, this area is a skier's paradise. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced skier, adult or child, skier or snowboarder, there is something for everyone. Courchevel has 150 kilometres of slopes, which is already a very large skiable area for a resort. As Méribel is the neighbouring resort, you can get to its slopes through the means of a couple of lifts. The 96 slopes of Courchevel, will delight skiers whether they are thrill-seekers or simply somebody who loves a leisurely descent. In addition to downhill skiing, the resort also has cross-country skiing so you can discover the surrounding countryside. Courchevel is very popular with cross-country skiers, as it offers nearly 66 kilometres of trails specially dedicated to this.

Some slopes are lit at night for night skiing aficionados. They extend over three kilometres and mean you can enjoy skiing for a few hours longer under the stars. Courchevel has a snowpark, for freestyle enthusiasts, but also a border cross course so you can arrange races with family or friends.

The resort is divided into five hamlets and villages: Saint-Bon Tarentaise, Courchevel Le Praz (1300), Courchevel Village (1550), Courchevel Moriond (1650) and Courchevel (1850). All of them are located at different altitudes and are connected by ski lifts or free shuttles.

Families aren't left out with plenty of activities including The Indian Trail and Western Ski Park. Both located in Courchevel 1650, these enclosed spaces reserved for the little ones are perfect for children, combining ski and play. The Western Ski Park has a gentle slope with a mat to help you climb up, large teepees that can be used for games or fancy dress activities. The Indian Trail is a game where you follow the adventures of little Kaya and her silver fox.

Courchevel 1650

Courchevel 1650 is the sunniest village in the resort, and actually across the whole Valley. This is where what Courchevel is today all started. In 1946, the first ski lift in the valley was installed in this small hamlet. The resort developed in the 1970s. Courchevel 1650 remains an affordable area of the resort, far from the luxury of Courchevel 1850. With its chalets, the resort is warm and friendly. You will find many different activities on offer, from fireworks to one-off events.

Once off the slopes, you can go for a drink in the resort's bars or dine in one of the many restaurants. They offer a wide range of different food options. The Savoyard specialities are a classic way for spending sociable fondu evenings. If you like partying, Courchevel Moriond 1650 has a few nightclubs that will keep you dancing until the slopes open. Shuttles run to other parts of Courchevel, ideal for spending an evening visiting other areas of the resort.

Thanks to GO Sport Montagne, you can hit the slopes the right way, well equipped and at a low price. Courchevel 1650 is full of thrills on and off the slopes whether you are with family or friends.

1450-3562 m
Ski slopes
600 Km
Nordic Ski slopes
24 Km