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COURCHEVEL MORIOND (1650) KEY FACTS

COURCHEVEL MORIOND (1650) KEY FACTS

Did you know...

  • Part of the 3 Valleys, the world’s largest interconnected ski area. You can now connect to the 4th Valley 'Orelle'
  • 150km of pistes across the whole of Courchevel Moriond (1650)
  • 600km of pistes in the 3 Valleys
  • Links to Meribel, La Tania and the Val Thorens
  • 67 ski lifts across Courchevel Moriond (1650)
  • 6 lifts leading out of Courchevel Moriond (1650)
  • Lots of great places to ski off piste

There are plenty of green and blue runs if you’re a beginner on the slopes, but also lots of red and black slopes for seasoned skiers – so it’s perfect for all abilities.

For a bit of fun...

For a bit of fun...

On & off the slopes!

Parc National De La Vanoise

Being in the heart of Courchevel Moriond (1650) means you are situated on the tip of Parc National de la Vanoise which is a stunning national park. It is fantastic for off piste skiing and if you are lucky, you may see a few chamois making their way across the mountain or furry Marmotte's poking their heads out to greet you.

Freeride Lab

Ready to take on the area reserved for top skiers?

Welcome to the Freeride LAB, Courchevel's powder skiing zone, the perfect place to become an unrivalled all-terrain skier!

This regenerated high-altitude sector gives access to legendary off-piste areas and offers an incredible panoramic view. The black run and two red runs will be left ungroomed during the winter which will allow unlimited and secure off-piste skiing on powder days and give your legs a workout on these incredible natural pistes. 

The Family Ski Park

There is something to suit every ability at The Family Ski Park! You can go up against your family and friends, race them on an easy boardercross, or challenge yourself by heading to the snowpark with moguls and rails for all abilities. If your children need a little ski-free time, they can climb on the inflatable pyramid or have a snowball fight in the ice maze. Access is beneath the Les Verdons gondola lift.

The Western Ski Park

The Western Ski Park promises to be a fun filled day, your children will love the enclosed area in the land of cowboys and Indians. There are tepees, archery and face painting workshops and an area for beginners! There’s The Saloon; the perfect place to take a well-earned break from Snowsports with a picnic room for skiing cowboys with a dining area with a microwave and drinking water, a mezzanine level equipped with children’s games, device chargers of every kind, free Wi-Fi.

Access: via the Ariondaz gondola lift, setting off from Courchevel Moriond (1650)

Toboggan

The ultimate toboggan run, 3km of pure adrenalin to put your driving skills to the test. Race your family and friends down the exhilarating run, a fun experience all round! Click here for up to date opening times.

Where’s the best place to ski?

Where’s the best place to ski?

From beginners to snow pros!

This all depends on the snow conditions and can change day by day! Download the ‘Les 3 Vallées” app to get the latest weather forecast, as well as a piste map, webcams and lots of helpful information about the surrounding area.

Download the app here.

For beginners:

  • Courchevel Moriond (1650): Western Park, Mickey, Belvedere 
  • Courchevel-1850: Magic carpet, Bellecote, Altiport

For intermediates:

  • Courchevel Moriond (1650) : Ariondaz, Signal, pyramides
  • Courchevel-1850: Verdon, Biolay, Pralong, Creux

For advanced:

  • Courchevel Moriond (1650): Chapelets, Chanrossa, Roc Mugnier
  • Courchevel-1850: Suisses, Saulire, Jean Blanc
 Skiing isn’t your thing?

Skiing isn’t your thing?

We've got you covered!

Hiking/ trekking

Pull on your snow shoes for an amble around Courchevel Moriond (1650), wind through the spruce trees, discover the ice crystals in the nearby river, follow the footsteps on the animal prints in the snow and whizz down the powdery slopes.

Explore the unspoilt natural surroundings of Courchevel Moriond (1650) with 11 different snowshoeing itineraries. Perfect for both hardcore hikers and the occasional rambler, there are snowshoeing itineraries for all abilities! Check out their hiking map here. 

Biking

Slide down by night from the top of the Courchevel ski slopes on the fat bike. There are fun trails on ski slopes to enjoy and also beautiful forest trails down to Courchevel Village. There are a few different trails to try, you can register on-site at the Courchevel Village ESF desk.

Ice Skating

If you fancy getting your skates on the ice, at the Courchevel 1850 is the Forum Olympic ice rink. Not only can you skate, but you can also watch a range of beautiful shows and sporty hockey matches too.

Snow Mobiles

Looking for an exciting way to explore the mountain? In Courchevel Moriond (1650), Winter activities Courchevel have a range of snowmobiles giving you a whole new way to see the mountains and slopes.