Courchevel - Alps

Our activities

Discover the range of sporting, contemplative and creative activities we can offer you.


Ski race on the slalom course

Experience the high level of competition by competing in a super-G, slalom or downhill under the conditions of an official competition. On the Emile Allais slalom stadium, which hosts the Women's Alpine Skiing World Cup every year in December, we offer to organise races in the format of official competitions. Slalom, super-G, downhill, you can follow in the footsteps of the champions and measure yourself against the stopwatch on a track designed for the pros.


Sunset hike

Discover another way of approaching skiing: hiking when the sun is setting, in a contemplative effort. A real moment of serenity. Widely democratized, ski touring allows a gentle ascent in the effort. We propose to take you on our favourite itineraries to watch the sun set at the top of the mountain. Take full advantage of the happiness provided by this activity, which is certainly sporty but so gratifying...


First Track

Enjoy a special moment in the early hours of the morning on a freshly groomed slope, for a breakfast at the top. Accompanied by the resort's instructors and pisteurs, be the first to glide down the slopes worked all night, for a descent at the first light of the sun. We offer you a breakfast at the summit and then make your way down the immaculate slopes.


Discovery of the ski area

Take advantage of our instructors to discover the amazing slopes of Courchevel and the 3 Valleys, the largest ski area in the world. From the summits, discover the most beautiful ski resorts in the Alps: Courchevel, Méribel, Les Menuires, Val Thorens, Orelle, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville... 600 kilometres of ski slopes are available to you. A varied area, from pine forests to typical villages, passing through off-piste areas and wide boulevards with incomparable grooming, served by state-of-the-art ski lifts. To be discovered this winter: the Eclipse piste linking the summit of the Loze to Courchevel le Praz. A black run as magnificent as it is demanding, which will be the playground for the world's greatest skiers during the Ski World Cup finals from 14 to 20 March 2022; then the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in 2023.