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Weather Forecast:

Tue 26

5 °C to 7°C


Wed 27

5 °C to 8°C


Thu 28

6 °C to 9°C


Fri 29

7 °C to 9°C


Sat 30

7 °C to 9°C


Sun 01

6 °C to 6°C


Activities in Courchevel



Courchevel as well as being a world class ski resort has an abundance of non-skiing activities to keep everyone entertained. There are numerous sporting activities for all you thrill seekers and for those of you that are looking to relax there are is large selection of spas to chose from and copious cultural activities including the traditional markets where you can buy those all important souvenirs. 

Whatever you are looking for, Courchevel is sure to satisfy your craving.....
As you can see there are plenty of non skiing activities to have a go at and whatever you decide to do it will only add to your chalet or hotel holiday in Courchevel.  If you would like further details on any of the activities please do call our UK Operations team on +44 (0) 208 877 8882 and they will be more than happy to help. 


Tobogganing – This is a MUST!!!
Courchevel offers an exhilarating sledging run that starts in 1850, ends in 1550. The run is 2km long, with 300m of vertical with an average incline of 15%. The run is floodlit from start to finish, allowing for evening descents. Great fun for a group of you, and guaranteed to put a smile on your face, but be sure to wear goggles....otherwise the face full of snow may reduce your chances of winning!  
The run's departure point is located at the edge of the Tovets ski run in Courchevel 1850 and its arrival point is in Courchevel 1550.  Access to the sled run is provided by the Grangettes gondola, from Courchevel 1550. This is free for anyone with a lift pass and without a valid pass, each ride on the lift is €8.50 and the run is open from 9am - 7:30 pm.
You really must try this throughout your stay, we would recommend going within the first few days, as you will love it so much that you will want to go back every night! 


Ice Skating – Get your skates on!

Every ski resort typically has an ice rink but not all ski resorts have an Olympic ice rink. It was built for the 1992 Winter Games, and you can now watch regular ice hockey matches as well as getting your skates on and taking a spin around the rink.

Located in the Forum building in 1850, it is open every day from 1500 - 1900 and from 2100 - 23:00 on Wednesdays and Fridays. It may open at an earlier time of 1400 on days when the weather is poor.
This is a great activity for all ages and it is perfect for those cold snowy afternoons/evenings. 

Hot Air Ballooning - The best way to see the Alps
Travelling in a hot air balloon is a remarkably serene, peaceful and enjoyable experience, and the view of Courchevel and all the skiing is breathtaking. It is a safe and calming, you simply lift off the ground and move with the air. If you've never had the good fortune of setting foot in a hot-air balloon then you have missed out on one of life's simplest pleasures. Don't miss out any more and be the envy of everyone by jumping in the relaxing environment of a hot-air balloon ride.  
Open daily from 0900 and you will be in the air for 1 hour or more, costing from €280 per person with a minimum of 2 people.  The hot air balloon departs from the Altiport in Courchevel 1850.
Paragliding – Ultimate Escape
Tired of having your feet firmly on the ground and want to try something new on your ski holiday? Why not discover Courchevel from a height, for the ultimate exhilaration soar above the ski runs and snow-capped mountains, experience nothing but silence and the freedom of flying.  
Flights are available daily from 0930 onwards and are weather dependant and they cost €110/person. You can take off from several summits of the resort.
If you have ever thought of doing this but never had the chance, now is the time to do it; the views are worth every penny!


Husky Sledding – Typically Alpine 
This is probably the activity that comes to mind when you think of a ski resort, and yes although most ski resorts offer husky rides, there is a very good reason for this....they are utterly brilliant! Forget cross-country skiing, this is the way everyone should get about ski resorts!  
You are in charge of your own sled and huskies, so it is an energetic, exhilarating experience.  You will be taken through the woods, up and down hills and even sometimes under the snow-capped trees.  Daily tours starting at 1300, 1400 and 1530, costing €60 per person per hour. It operates from La Plantin a small village approximately 40 minute drive from Courchevel.
Snow-mobile – For all you thrill seekers
This is one of the most popular events with thrill seekers who are fed up with skiing. The bikes can take 1 or 2 people at a time and there is also the option of swapping over half way through the activity. This means everyone has the option of being in control, being controlled and then just totally out of control! There is an option for more experienced riders or complete adrenaline junkies to go on a safari style course.  
The outings are 1 hour long, departing from Ferme du Pralong (altiport road), prices range from €125 for 1 or 2 passengers, €50 passenger with guide and €50 for private guiding. 


Mountain Walks – Enjoy nature and the fresh air you get at high altitude
When you think of Courchevel you automatically think of skiing, but a holiday to Courchevel doesn’t have to be all about the skiing; there is an abundance of breath taking nature walks. There are many ways of enjoying the mountain scenery and fresh air, such as walking! What better way to enjoy the mountains than to submerge yourself into the unspoilt countryside. 
There is 17km of marked, well-maintained paths through the beautiful snowy mountains. Whether on foot or snow shoe you get set off and discover the peaceful mountain scenery and you may even spot the odd bit of wildlife or at least traces of wildlife. 
There are maps available in the Tourist Office, which details all the routes. 
Forum Building – Indoor activities & shops

The Forum building in the centre of Courchevel 1850 has an array of non skiing activities including shopping, bowling, arcades, billiards, video games and a climbing wall.
Bowling - 8 international competition lanes open to all from 5 years old. Open every day from noon to 1400.
Artificial Climbing Wall - 7 ways up – 14m high is accessible to the public every day from 1730 and 1930 – 10pm. First Climb – €9 per person. The wall opens at 1500 on bad weather days.
Ice Skating Rink – is open from the 23rd December until 27th April, every day from 1500 to 1900, and from 1400 on bad weather days. Adults €5.10, children €3.40 and then skate hire is €3.40.
There is also a variety of shops for you to have a peruse through and spend those hard earned pennies. Be warned though, the shops are not cheap, so it may be a case of more window shopping than actually buying anything! 

Wellbeing – Relax and spoil yourself
Whether you’ve had a hard days skiing or you simply want to spoil yourself, why not treat yourself to a relaxing massage or a swim. Most of the hotels open their spa facilities to members of the public, so why not pop in and make an appointment at one of the list below.
Hotel Le Chabichou: +33 (0) 4 79 014 434. Multi-sensory and recreational pool, aqua gym and aqua bike, sports classes, massages, treatment rooms, dead sea pool and hairdresser’s salon. 
Hotel Le K2: Goji Spa: +33 (0) 4 79 400 880. Relaxing area, infinity pool, steam room, fitness room, relaxation lounge, hairdressing salon, pedicure area, massage, facial and body treatments. 
Hotel Le Lana: +33 (0) 4 79 081 580. 2 sauna’s, 2 steam rooms, Jacuzzi, swimming pool, massages and beauty treatments, fitness room with technogym last generation equipment, power plate, kinesis and boxing. 
Hotel Palace des Neiges: +33 (0) 4 79 400 000. Swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, massages and fitness. 
Les Thermes du Carlina:  +33 (0) 4 79 080 030 (Hotel fitness centre open to the public). Swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, hammam, massages, drainage, chiropodist.
Hotel Manali: +33 (0) 4 79 080 707. Swimming pool, sauna, steam room, beauty salon, fitness centre and hairdresser.
Hotel Le Portetta: +33 (0) 4 79 080 147. Spa with sauna, steam room, multi-jet showers, fitness and 4 treatment rooms. 



Refuge du Grand Plan: Mountain Hut – The great escape into the back country
Always wanted to head deep into the mountains and get away from the crowds of people on the marked pistes, then this is the perfect experience for you! The refuge is hidden deep in the Avals Valley and is only accessible by ski touring, the refuge is managed by Lionel Blanc. There are 35 single beds, bathrooms and showers and meals also available. 
Be surrounded by nothing but the snowy mountains; the ultimate escape!
Contact Lionel Blanc on +33 (0) 6 17 850 171