At one end of the Three Valleys lies the vast Courchevel domain.
Five very different villages – Courchevel 1850, Courchevel Moriond (1650), Courchevel Village (1550), Le Praz (1300) and La Tania – all linked by high speed lifts and a network of pistes.
Only a few lifts and an easy ski from Méribel Village, Courchevel has terrain to suit everyone, from a morning blast, to an entire day never skiing the same piste. It’s a skiing paradise of 150km of immaculately groomed wide open bowls, long cruisy blues and reds, some challenging blacks, and lower down, lots of beautiful tracks through snow covered trees. With its north facing slopes, it often has some of the best snow in the entire Three Valleys, and thanks to its extensive high speed lift network, is virtually queue free. A Fish&Pips favourite is a hot chocolate stop at the Bel Air restaurant, and for those who like a good lunch, you’re not short of some very high end options. Just make sure if you are staying in Méribel you get the lift back up to Saulire before it closes!