Courchevel

Courchevel is part of the world renowned Three Valleys ski area situated in the heart of the Tarentaise Valley. As one third of the worlds largest ski area, it boasts something most cannot – something for everyone. Consisting of 4 main areas, Courchevel 1850, Courchevel 1650 (Moriond), Courchevel 1550 and Courchevel Le Praz 1300, it attracts the Alps’ most exclusive skiing clientele to come and explore Courchevel’s extensive resort. At Supreme Ski & Snowboard School we offer ski and snowboard lessons across all areas of the Courchevel resort.

A wide range of slopes cater for all abilities of skier and snowboarder; the layout of the mountain is perfect for learning, providing a safe haven for beginners to build confidence yet simultaneously offering the more advanced skiers ease of access to challenging terrain.

La Tania

La Tania is part of the Courchevel valley, located between Courchevel and Meribel, at an altitude of 1400 metres, it is famed for its scenic runs through the trees, running right in to the centre of town. It’s a perfect location for exploring the entire Three Valleys with clever links to surrounding ski areas. Despite a higher concentration of more challenging runs – perfect for intermediate and advanced skiers, nursery slopes are easy to access for the entire village and a perfect place for sledging and on-slope fun! Courchevel is never more than a short bus ride, or ski lift away, giving access to perfectly pisted, wide, green and blue runs.

Val Thorens

Val Thorens is located in the three valleys ski area, at the far end of the tarentaise valley, in the Rhone-Alpes region of France. It is the highest resort of the three valleys with the main town located at about 2300 metres above sea level, Val Thorens is a sure bet for lots of snow and is renowned for often having some of the best conditions in the Alps. It is a fantastic resort for all levels of skier and snowboarder, with a huge variety easily accessible terrain across the valley. There is a large beginners area by the centre of the village, with more challenging runs found as you climb the mountain. Val Thorens is also famed for its great après ski and nightlife.

The team of ski instructors at Supreme Ski & Snowboard School will always be on hand to maximise your experience of Courchevel and the Three Valleys.

Emergency phone numbers

112 - this is the standard emergency phone number for the EU and will take you through to Police, Ambulance and Fire & Rescue services. If you require mountain rescue you should request to speak to the Policy or Gendarmerie de Montagne.

PISTE PATROL:

+33 (0) 479 08 04 09 Courchevel 1850, 1550, Le Praz,

+33 (0) 479 08 08 15 Courchevel 1650

Courchevel Forecast

Courchevel
25/09/2018
Partly cloudy
6℃
26/09/2018
Partly cloudy
7℃
27/09/2018
Fair
8℃
28/09/2018
Clear sky
11℃