At the far eastern end of the Trois Vallées you’ll find a warm welcome at Courchevel 1650. A unique character and style distinguishes it from neighbouring 1850 and it offers visitors a quieter pace, less expensive eateries and shops catering superbly for the whole family. In the centre of the village there are supermarkets, and a Corbuiser-designed church as well as two local ski schools. A free bus service links all four Courchevel resorts allowing you easy access to the après ski activities and a variety of bars and restaurants.
At a Glance
Snow: Courchevel’s snow making facilities and piste grooming usually guarantees good snow Lift system: A new lift system has improved the link between 1850 and the 1650 sector Apres Ski: 1650 has a number of excellent bars and restaurants and the 1850’s après ski scene is only five minutes away Families: The gentle slopes and two excellent ski schools make 1650 ideal for families Other activities: Cinema showing English speaking films and a pedestrian lift pass ideal for non-skiers to get up the mountain to meet skiers for lunch.