A Guide to Courchevel 1550
Courchevel Village, often referred to as Courchevel 1550, is a much prettier and quieter resort than the other areas in Courchevel. However, thanks to the excellent lift system in place you can get to Courchevel 1850 and the main ski area within one lift.
Courchevel 1550 is perfect for families, offering a relaxed feel with great value chalets, away from the hustle and bustle of the much livlier Courchevel 1650 and 1850. Despite being slightly further down the mountain, it is incredibly well connected to the other areas of the Three Valleys, by a gondola straight to 1850, or a bus service to the other villages within Courchevel.
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Skiing in Courchevel 1550
Courchevel 1550 itself is a very small ski area that has some lovely piste ranging from green to red, so great for all abilities. One of the main draws to Courchevel 1550 is its rapid access to Courchevel 1850 via the Tovets, high speed 6 man, chairlift or the Grangettes bubble lift which take you right in to the centre of 1850.
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What To Do When Not Skiing in Courchevel 1550
Courchevel 1550 is home to a few shops, bars and restaurants. However, if you want something a bit more lively, Courchevel 1850 can be accessed using the Grangettes bubble which runs till late or the free resort bus can be used to access Courchevel 1650.
For the non-skiers, like Courchevel 1650, just a couple of minutes away on the free resort bus is the new Aquamotion centre, which offers a leisure-complex, with pools, indoor surfing, a spa and great restaurants.
There is also a 2km luge/tobogganing track between Courchevel1850 and1550 which is open between 9:00am and 7:30pm and fully lit so you can sledge at night!
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