Courchevel has added new features to its ski area with the construction of a new quad chairlift and a wider choice of ski passes.
The resort has improved its lift system by replacing old lifts and lengthening others. The new Roc Mugnier 6 detachable quad chairlift has replaced the Prameruel and Roc Mugnier chairlifts and the La Combe draglift, making it easier to travel between 1650 and 1850.
The Cospillot ski lift has also been lengthened this year to make it more accessible to accommodation. A final addition to the slopes will be the construction of a family snowpark under the Verdons telecabine this year offering winter fun for all ages.
Skiers and riders to Courchevel will also enjoy even more freedom on the slopes with the addition of two new ski passes. A three-hour pass will enable skiers to access the slopes of Courchevel 1650 and the Valley of Courchevel for three hours in a row. A new minipass is also being introduced and will offer access to the Courchevel 1650 ski area, with the Ariondaz telecabine and Petite Bosse ski lift.
The prestigious resort of Courchevel is part of the Three Vallees ski area - one of the largest linked ski areas in the world - with more than 600 kilometres of ski slopes and 120 kilometres of cross-country skiing.