A Guide to Courchevel 1850
Courchevel 1850 is the highest resort in the Courchevel Valley and one of the most exclusive ski resorts in the world. It has a wealth of high-end shops, including Chanel and Prada, and is home to some of the most exquisit cuisine in the region, including a whole host of 1, 2 & 3 Michelin-Starred restaurants.
This resort has become one of the world’s most popular winter destinations, home to a glamorous nightlife scene, streets of designer shops, and 6 Michelin Star Restaurants.
This vibrant town is originally what gave Courchevel its international repute. Courchevel 1850 is ideal for those who want to be in the heart of the action, with immediate access to some of the best skiing in the world. It is only two lifts to get to the Saulire summit, which takes you directly to the Meribel Valley. It also offers some great nursery slopes for beginners.
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Skiing in Courchevel 1850
Courchevel 1850 is the centre of skiing in the Courchevel Valley. With fantastic access from the main lift area of La Croisette in the centre of the town, there are a range of pistes and skiing to suit everyone; beginners, families and off-piste powder hounds!
With excellent lift links, the whole of the Courchevel Valley is effortlessly accessible, as is the Meribel Valley, from which you can easily access Val Thorens.
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What To Do When Not Skiing in Courchevel 1850
Courchevel 1850 isn't only great for skiing, there is a wide range of other activities to enjoy too. This is a whole host of designer shops, glamourous bars and some of the best restaurants you will find in the Three Valley ski area, including 6 Michelin star restaurants.
For the non-skiers there is also a range of other activities including tobogganing, bowling and dog sledging, or whay not enjoy a spa treatment. For the thrill seekers there is also skydiving, paragliding and snowmobiling.
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