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Courchevel at-a-glance

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Datos de la montaña

  • Skiable Area:

    489.67006

    hectacres
  • Vertical Drop:

    1388

    m
  • Snowfall:

    0

    cm

Tiempo actual

2°C

Alta:11°C
Bajo:3°C
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Condiciones actuales

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  • Profundidad de la base:

    14cm

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Vacaciones de Ski en Courchevel

La única manera de apreciar el tamaño y el alcance de esta área es comparándola con los mayores resorts de Norte América. Piense en Whistler, Mammoth, Squaw, Jackson Hole, Vail y tal vez Killington y Breckenridge y usted todavía tiene espacio de sobra en las 370 millas esquiables de Trois Vallées, de las cuales Courchevel forma parte. Con un terreno infinito y el más sofisticado sistema de lifts interconectados en Europa, podría pasar toda una vida explorando sus montañas, probando la deliciosa comida en sus finos restaurantes franceses y cruzando sus pequeños pueblos sin tener que quitarse los esquís. Los turistas que han visitado Courchevel y sus numerosos hoteles hermanos han disfrutado este magnífico destino desde 1973 lo que garantiza su reputación.

Ski en Courchevel

Entre su terreno de ski interminable y una serie de pueblos en las montañas de Courchevel, usted encontrará que unas vacaciones de ski en Trois Vallées ofrecen muchísimas opciones. Saint-Bon y Le Praz son antiguos pueblos de Saboya con el encanto del siglo 16. Le Praz (Courchevel 1300) es atendido por un lift para mayor comodidad. En 1550 y 1650, se encuentran dos encantadores resorts ideales para las familias con acceso directo a todas las pistas de Trois Vallées. Courchevel 1850 sirve alta cocina alpina y varias opciones après-ski hasta altas horas de la noche. Las familias estarán muy complacidas con "Villages des Enfants" en Trois Vallées, un área de ski protegida en donde todo está pensado para la seguridad y la diversión de los niños. Ya que Courchevel fue uno de los anfitriones de los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno de 1992, ésta  se ha beneficiado con proyectos para la construcción de nuevos lifts, nieve artificial, capacidades de aplanado, hoteles y restaurantes. El sistema de lifts incluye el mayor teleférico del mundo y se conecta con las áreas de Trois Vallées.

Si sus preferencias se inclinan hacia lo grande y moderno, entonces Courchevel es la opción por excelencia para sus vacaciones de ski en Europa. Comience a planificar su viaje de ski hoy mismo y hable con uno de nuestros Asesores Vacacionales de Skiholam.com

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Anthony Luczkow
Anthony Luczkow
Mountain Vacation Specialist
55-1084-1799 X 3191
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Incredible Slopeside Accommodations and Endless Terrain in Courchevel

Fiona
01/09/2009

Still a lovely resort, but expensive!

We like to go skiing to Courchevel in France and Engelberg in Switzerland. Courchevel has changed a lot over the years, and no longer feels very French, but its still a great place. We generally stay in catered chalets in the resort - hotels really are too expensice. Nicest of the Courchevel villages is Courchevel 1550 - quiet, but links straight into 1850.

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Courchevel is most well known as France's premier luxury ski resort, the reasons for which were immediately apparent upon my arrival.  This large resort features 4 different village areas that wind up the slopes, putting nearly all of the area's dining, lodging, shopping and nightlife options within steps of the slopes. As the area has expanded over the years, it has moved up and down the slopes out of these village centers, keeping everything in close proximity to the skiing itself, as opposed to other resorts that sit in valley floors and expand away from their base areas.

When I first arrived I expected the area to be a large network of well-maintained and easy-to-ski groomers with little available for the more advanced skier.  While there are plenty of the former (there really has to be considering the amount of slopeside lodging, the interconnecting villages and size of the resort), I was shocked by the massive expanse of terrain, offering more than enough to entertain any level of skier for a lifetime.  This resort is also connected to Meribel and Val Thorens, along with a few smaller resorts.

Here is a brief rundown of each village area--they get progressively larger and higher-end as you work up the slopes.

Le Praz/Courchevel 1300 - this area sits at the base of the resort, is off of the main road and has an entirely different feel than the other villages.  The more rustic base area features a few dining options worth visiting that provide a traditional French country feel that is much diff from the rest of the resort and is far quieter than the larger villages.

Courchevel 1550 - I did notice a number of chalets and simpler looking hotels, along with direct lift access to Courchevel 1850 but there wasn't much in the way of dining or other activities to explore in the area.

Courchevel 1650 - This village, though not as large as 1850, still provides a large number of lodging, dining, shopping and nightlife options (along with the area's indoor waterpark), all at far more reasonable rates than can generally be found in 1850.  This village had the most dramatic effect on my view of the area simply because I had previously thought it was all either extremely high-end or more remote and basic and this area instead provides a slopeside village with all the amenities one might look for at rates most can afford.

Courchevel 1850 - this is the village that provides the area with its fame.  This huge slopeside luxury resort features the absolute best in slopeside accommodations, multiple pedestrian village areas complete with a plethora of both fine dining and more traditional cuisine, an endless amount of shopping and a nightlife atmosphere that centers more around higher-end clubbing than traditional ski town après and dive bars.  Simply put, if you want it, Courchevel has it and if they somehow don't have it, they will immediately send someone to get it for you.

Courchevel is all of the glitz and glamour that you've heard about but, beneath that, is actually a far more well-rounded resort than you might anticipate.  It's large variety of slopeside lodging and huge amount of terrain make it a worthy destination for the vast majority of travelers.

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