Skiing or Not in Courchevel

16 January 2018

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

For a while our daughter has been saying she wants to go skiing, so with this in mind we have seriously been looking into what is on offer in different areas and one of those that appeals to us as a family is Courchevel in the French Alps.

Courchevel contains a number of towns and is part of the Les Trois Vallees which is one of the largest linked ski areas in the world today, with over 100 different ski runs, so something for novices to experts.

Accommodation is bountiful and you can choose from elegant wooden chalets with heated pools or cosy apartments equipped with everything you will need for a comfortable stay and even luxury hotels to pamper yourself. There is something suitable to meet everyone's budget, needs and requirements.

Entertainment for those that would rather not ski is varied with art exhibitions, guided tours, open air yoga, tobogganing, helicopter tours and plenty of spas if you want to relax and unwind.

Of course if your main aim is to ski or have fun on the snow, then the ski school Courchevel can provide you with highly trained instructors suitable for adults and children at all levels. As I am a complete novice I would be happy if I could just stand up on them and ski on flat ground to start with.

Courchevel has some of the most magnificent views of the Alps. Magical snow-capped mountain peaks in winter with towns dotted around the valleys. Whilst in summer you can enjoy scenic walks, accompanied with a picnic and even swim in the lakes. Combine this with delightful food, good wine and boutique stores, it is surely a winner for skiers and non-skiers alike.

Have you ever considered a skiing holiday or is it something you do on a regular basis? Have you any useful tips and recommendations that would help?

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