Courchevel Village is situated at 1550m and is the lowest of the three Courchevel resort. It is a well-known destination for families being a quiet, peaceful area, away from all the noisy night clubs and bars.
Skiers can access the upper slopes of the resort by taking the 6 person high-speed gondola up to the hub of the Courchevel 1850, La Croisette, or choose to take one of two other lifts leading up to the ridge separating the resort from Meribel.
All the villages in the Courchevel Valley are linked by a free shuttle bus and those staying in Courchevel Village, 1550 have the added bonus of the gondola up to 1850, which stays open until 7.30pm evening. Courchevel Village, 1550 is home to some friendly bars and restaurants, with the atmosphere in general being rather peaceful, and offering much better value for money than the villages’ glamorous neighbour, Courchevel 1850.The resort is a popular destination for the various outdoor activities on offer in the valley in summer. There are several walking routes. In the main part of Courchevel 1850 there are a few lifts open giving mountain bikers and walkers a-like access to several different trails on the mountain. There is a 9-hole golf course. Other activities are horse riding, canyoning excursions and kayaking. In winter activities to try include snow-shoeing, snowmobiling, ice-climbing, swimming and ice-skating.
Le Caterail with Live music, DJ Parties, Guiness & cocktails.
Courchevel alone has 65 lifts and 102 runs, with a top vertical descent of more than 4,700 feet.Highest ski pistes: 3250m
Kilometres of Pistes: 600km