Skiing in Courchevel La Tania
Courchevel La Tania opened in 1990, making it the most-recently built village in the Three Valley ski area. La Tania is great for families as the village is at the bottom of green and blue pistes. There are also lots of ski school meeting points in La Tania and a few kindergartens.
Courchevel La Tania Overview
There is one modern fast telecabine operating out of La Tania, the La Tania telecabine and a tricky drag/button lift for the brave called Gros Murger. With both you have to change and ride other ski lifts to make it into Courchevel proper or Meribel.
Skiing Around Courchevel La Tania
Courchevel La Tania is its own small ski area with something for everyone. There is 2 green, 2 blue, 2 red and 1 black piste.
Access to Other Areas
It is incredibly easy to get out of La Tania to other areas of the Three Valley ski resort.
Courchevel 1850 can be accessed by catching the La Tania telecabine, then ski down the green or blue piste to the Bouc Blanc chairlift. From here, follow either the Anemones blue piste or Loze-est green piste down into 1850. There are also a couple of red piste to chose from at the top of Bouc Blanc too.
Courchevel Le Praz
Courchevel Le Praz can be accessed using the La Tania telecabine and then skiing down the Jockeys (black)/ Murettes (red) piste. This is not a route for beginners.
Like accessing other parts of Courchevel catch the La Tania telecabine out of La Tania. From there, ski across to the Dou Des Lanches chairlift. This takes you to the top of Col de la Loze from which you can ski down into Meribel Centre.
From Meribel Centre you can ski into Val Thorens within 3 lifts.
Our Favourite Run
Catch the La Tania telecabine up, from the top ski down the Folyeres blue piste.
This blue winds through the forest and offers some excellent views. It is one of our favourite and one of the best pistes in the whole of the Three Valley Ski Area.
Ski School Meeting Points
A number of ski schools meet in La Tania with the majority meeting by the restaurant the Ski Lodge, the meeting points are clearly marked with flags so easy to see.