Skiing & ski rental in Courchevel 1850

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Courchevel 1850: exclusive & varied

Together with Belleville and Méribel, Courchevel makes up the Les Trois Vallées ski area – the world’s largest ski area, with 600 kilometres of slopes. With its luxury accommodations and chalets, the Courchevel 1850 area is a favourite with celebrities from all over the world. With a bit of luck, you might even spot your favourite actor cruising down the resort’s slopes.

Skiing at the St. Tropez of winter sports

With 150 kilometres of slopes, numerous off-piste areas and steep runs, Courchevel ski resort is especially popular with accomplished skiers and freestylers. Beginners and slightly advanced skiers, on the other hand, will enjoy the nearby Les Trois Vallées runs for all skill levels.

By the way: Courchevel 1850 has its own two-kilometre-long, action-packed toboggan run. With a 15 per cent gradient, it’s the perfect place to get an adrenaline rush away from the slopes.


Ski rental in Courchevel 1850

Your INTERSPORT Rent shop in Courchevel 1850

Book your favourites online in advance, try them on in the shop and hit the slopes – renting winter sports equipment can be as easy as that! With INTERSPORT Rent, you’re perfectly prepared for any snow sports adventure. Of course, you could also just have a browse at the INTERSPORT Rent shop, find out about the latest-generation skis and snowboards or assemble your gear for great off-piste activities there.

Our RENTertainers are happy to provide comprehensive, bespoke advice and make sure that everything fits perfectly. Carving skis, snowboards, boots, helmets, cross-country skis or snowshoes: Discover our vast product portfolio and make use of our top-of-the-line equipment – whether it’s just for one day or the entire duration of your stay!

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More about the ski resort

Courchevel ski resort boasts slopes for beginners as well as for seasoned winter sports athletes. The resort is also a secret tip among action-loving skiers and snowboarders. That’s because of Courchevel’s excellent variety of slopes for accomplished riders, including great forest runs, off-piste areas, high-alpine trails and thrilling downhill runs that will leave you stunned.

The resort’s undisputed highlights are the steep slopes of the Saulire mountain range and La Vizelle summit. If you’re looking for something a little less challenging, we recommend the moderately difficult Creux run. Did you know that Courchevel’s longest ski run is a whopping nine kilometres long?

You’re more into jumps, boxes, halfpipes and freestyle tricks? Then the snow parks at Courchevel and Les Trois Vallées will be just the thing for you. At the world’s largest ski area, six perfectly equipped and neatly groomed funparks are waiting for you.

What’s waiting for you at Courchevel 1850 ski resort?

  • 150 kilometres of slopes
  • 108 slopes
  • 64 lifts and cable cars
  • 82.5 km of cross-country ski trails
  • Courchevel snow fun park
  • 2-km toboggan run
  • connection to the world’s largest ski area with 600 kilometres of slopes
  • ice climbing at the ice climbing wall of Courchevel 1850
  • Courchevel ice rink
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Skiing in Courchevel 1850 is right for you if ...

… you’re looking for a luxury ski holiday.

… you love to compete on dizzyingly steep slopes. 

… you always wanted to go skiing at the world’s largest ski area.

… you like variety when it comes to winter sports.

… you enjoy off-piste adventures like ice climbing, tobogganing or cross-country skiing.


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The slopes of La Tania

Are you looking for a more laid-back skiing experience and love quiet slopes off the beaten track? Then you should visit the slopes of La Tania, especially the valley run that leads down to La Tania village. The slopes are still in excellent condition in the afternoon. Simply take the cable car up to 2,240-metre Chenus and choose your preferred run.

For beginners, there’s a blue slope that runs towards the valley. Roughly at the halfway point, you can change over to a green slope. For more experienced skiers, we recommend the red La Tania slope that runs down to the valley station. From there, you can take the cable car back up to Chenus.

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