Courchevel 1850 Ski School

Courchevel has been New Generation Ski Schools spiritual home since we opened our doors to our first clients here in 1998. In the Last 23 years, we have grown from being the new kids on the block into a team of sought after local experts.

Despite being older and greyer than we used to be. Our Courchevel ski school team have the same passion for inspiring and supporting our clients to develop their skiing and make the most of this incredible resort. We have been joined by some incredible ski instructors over the years and are proud to work with a team with such a depth of talent.

Whether you want to explore off-piste, learn to snowboard, discover park skiing or are wanting to learn to ski for the first time we have the perfect Ski Instructor for you.

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Courchevel 1850 at a Glance

Ski Resort Guide

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Ski Pass Area

3 Valleys

Resort Altitude


Nearest International Airport

Geneva, Chambery or Lyon

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Courchevel Piste Map

Ski School Meeting Point

Where you’ll meet your instructor

Group Lessons – The New Generation Courchevel 1850 Ski School meeting point is situated below the Croisette building next to the stairs coming down from the road, just on the edge of the piste near La Cantine (previously Chez Gaston) restaurant. If you’re on skis, just ski under the bridge near the bottom of the piste and we meet just after it on the right.

Private Lessons – We’ll meet you at a convenient location for you. Let us know where you’d like to meet before the start of the lesson.

Courchevel 1850 Easter Kid’s Groups Meeting Point

This Easter, Arrows, Wallabies & Whippersnappers will meet at the big tree at the bottom of the Jardin Alpin lift in Courchevel 1850.

This change is to save time walking up the steps through 1850 from our meeting point and therefore allows for more time skiing and less travelling.

Choose Your Lesson Type

Custom Experiences

Tailored for each client
Adaptive Ski Lessons

Adaptive ski lessons are enabling more people to participate in snowsports with the greatest possible level of independence.

Bespoke business packages
Corporate Lessons

Courchevel is the world’s largest ski area and a renowned playground for the rich and famous. Every winter, Courchevel 1850 plays host to a variety of corporate ski trips, organised by New Generation.

These trips offer a unique opportunity for businesses to build relationships with clients and employees in a relaxed and informal setting.

Courchevel 1850 is the perfect place to unwind after a busy year, with its stunning scenery, world-class facilities and excellent snow conditions. Whether you’re looking to develop new business relationships or simply let your hair down and have some fun, a corporate ski trip with New Generation is the perfect choice.

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Courchevel FAQ’s

Airport Transfers

If you’re arriving by air then you’ll probably fly into either Grenoble, Lyon or Geneva. The following transfer companies offer airport transfers, either private or sometimes shared:

3 Valley Transfers

Snowbound Transfers to Courchevel



Snow White Transfers

There are buses from the airport but you will need to change at Moutiers and they’re not cheap so if there is a few of you it often cheaper to share a transfer.

The train is the cheapest option from the airports but again this will involve several changes and the trains are somewhat infrequent.


It’s about a 9hr drive once in France to reach Courchevel. The benefits of driving are no luggage restrictions and the option of an extra day skiing during a week’s holiday but the tolls can be quite pricey on the motorways so something to consider.


The Eurostar offers overnight trains direct from London St Pancras to Moutiers (about 25mins from Courchevel, at the foot of the mountain). If you don’t mind overnight travel and can sleep on trains (or are willing to forego sleep) then this can be one of the cheapest and most convenient ways to reach the Alps. Plus, no extra charge for ski carriage. You just need to be able to carry all you can bring…..

There is a regular free bus service in Courchevel which links all the villages. You can get from Courchevel 1850 to 1650 every 10mins during the day and buses run down to 1550 and Le Praz every 30mins. Bus timetables are displayed at each bus stop. And buses run until about 1.30am.

These can be accessed on the Courchevel website.

If you’re looking for more information about resort including what’s on during your stay, then try one of the following websites:

3V Guide
Great magazine site managed and written by Three Valleys locals with insider tips and hints on where to ski, eat and drink, and lots more.

See Courchevel
A helpful site with regular event listings of what’s going on in resort, snow reports and more.

Courchevel Tourist Office
The official site for Courchevel.

Food Shopping

Sherpa – Small supermarket conveniently located inside Le Forum.

Carrefour Montagne – Located on your left as you’re driving into 1850.

Bakery – You’ll find Pain D’Atan bakery on the road up into the center.

Clothing and Ski Shops

The town is dotted with Ski Shops, furniture shops, clothing and more. If you want to take a peek into those high-end shops – I’m talking Louis Vuitton, Prada, Cartier – these shops are just at the foot off the slope.

If you’re looking for something a bit more reasonable, head into Le Forum. In there you’ll find a few more reasonable priced ski and snowboard shops as well as a backcountry-focused store, clothing shops, jewelry, and more.

Doctors – Head to the main medical center, just as you come into the village it will be on your right.

Pharmacy – The pharmacy is located on the street to the right of La Croisette as you ski down.

Banks – There are two banks Bank de Savoie and Credit Agricole located inside La Croisette.

Tabac (Newsagents) – Located just inside Le Forum.

Post Office – Full service post office located inside La Croisette.

Whether you’re a non-skier or have one in your party, or you’re looking for something to do when the weather draws in, there’s plenty of non-skiing activities to keep you entertained in Courchevel.

Ice skating, bowling and climbing wall – All located within Le Forum.

Spas – There are a handful of spas in various resorts in Courchevel, however, we recommend the Chabichou day pass for great value for money.

Aquamotion – The all-singing, all-dancing aquatic centre that boasts a number of swimming pools, diving boards, slides, a spa, and more.

Guided snowshoe walks – Get off-the-beaten-track and discover the “real mountains” with Mark Tennent at Simply Savoie.

In Courchevel 1850 we recommend two companies who provide childcare options:

T4 Nannies
T4 offer a private nanny service in Val d’Isere, Tignes, Meribel, Courchevel, La Tania, La Plagne and La Rosiere. They handpick nannies who share the belief that undivided attention, fun and getting involved are the key ingredients to a happy family holiday.

Need help with your booking?
Give us a call, we’re here for you.

UK office: +44 1462 674 000
Lines open: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00 UK


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