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Courchevel Expert Skiing

Expert skiers on a Courchevel ski vacation have an overwhelming amount of terrain possibilities. From steep, thrilling black pistes to daring off-piste challenges, the Courchevel expert skiing will leave challenge-seekers wanting more. Courchevel 1850 accesses the largest—and highest—concentration of black runs, and some don’t miss pistes include Suisses off of Aguille du Fruit chairlift, and Grand Couloir from the top of Saulire. La Trania’s Col De La Loze chairlift also provides access to a memorable black, Dou du Lanches. In fact the Col De La Loze offers some of the best Courchevel off-piste terrain. And if you’re in the Courchevel 1650 a run on Chanrossa’s famed moguls is in order.

The larger Trois Vallees ski area offers off-piste and backcountry enthusiasts a slew of options, ask a Mountain Vacation Specialists about the best tour operators. Courchevel is an ideal area to base a Trois Vallees off-piste ski vacation out of, as 1850’s Biolay chairlift accesses the Avalanche Camp, a beacon park where you can test your device and practice backcountry rescue skills.

To learn more about Courchevel expert skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

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Nearest Airports

  • Geneva GVA (58 miles)
  • Lyon LYS (90 miles)

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Mountain Stats

  • 314" of annual snowfall
  • 1210 total skiable acres
  • Top elevation 8982 feet, base 4429 feet
  • 20% beginner, 36% intermediate, 35% advanced, 0% expert
  • Projected opening: 12/7/2013
  • Projected closing: 4/25/2014
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