Courchevel 1850 Ski & Snowboard School

Our Courchevel 1850 Ski School

We love skiing in Courchevel 1850 in the Three Valleys, where there is a large range of pistes from lovely gentle greens to steep and challenging blacks – there really is something for everyone.

Many of our Courchevel 1850 team have been with us for a number of years, and in that time have amassed lots of experience teaching skiers and boarders of all levels, from tiny tots aged 4, to semi-pros and beyond. In fact some of the Courchevel team also coach our trainees undertaking instructor courses. After being with us for many years, the team knows the resort inside out so they’ll help you find the best snow and the most suitable terrain to help you build confidence and enjoy your holiday. Fancy something a bit different? We can also offer telemarking lessons in Courchevel 1850 for those who want to give it a go.

We also offer Courchevel Ski Concierge service. As lead of our ski concierge service, Andrea Vitton ensures that you have the best possible ski experience. From off-piste adventures, to securing the best table for lunch – we’ve got it covered.

Staying elsewhere in Courchevel? We also offer lessons just down the hill in Courchevel 1650.

Need more information about Courchevel 1850? Check out our Resort Guide.

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Our Courchevel 1850 Ski School Meeting Point

Where you’ll meet your instructor

The New Generation Courchevel 1850 Ski School meeting point is situated next to the top of the Tovets chair lift. It is below the Croisette building on the opposite side of the road, just on the edge of the piste near Gaston. 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. Look out for our bright blue uniforms.

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Courchevel 1850 Ski School Meeting Point

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Courchevel 1850 FAQ’s

What lift pass will I need for the lessons?

Unfortunately you need to take a lift to access the beginner area so all groups will need a Courchevel valley lift pass for your lessons. You won’t go into the Three Valleys in our groups although higher level skiers might want to explore outside of lessons. Day upgrades can be bought for this purpose.

You can find Courchevel life pass prices here.

What happens if I’m in the wrong group?

We do our best to ensure that this doesn’t happen during the booking process. If your instructor feels that you are in the wrong group however we will do our best to move you into a more suitable level.

Where can I get my ski and snowboard equipment?

There are a wide selection of hire shops in Courchevel 1850. Shop around to get the best price.

Boot Fitting Specialists

If you are considering buying ski boots (a worthy investment for comfort and performance) we recommend The Boot Lab in Courchevel 1650 or Meribel. Each boot fit is conducted by a boot fitting specialist, with a through free assessment and comes with a comfort guarantee.

I’m staying at a different level village. How can I get to my lessons?

There is a regular bus service in Courchevel which links Courchevel 1650 and 1850 every 10mins during the day and which runs up to Courchevel 1850 from 1550 and Le Praz every 30mins. Bus timetables are displayed at each bus stop.

Alternatively, if you are staying in Le Praz you can catch the Foret bubble up and either walk to our meeting point, or ski down and get the Plantrey chair up to reach our meeting point on skis.

Or, if you’re staying in 1550, take the Tovets chair or Grangette bubble up.

What is the snow like? Courchevel webcams

These can be accessed on the Courchevel website.

Where can I find more information about Courchevel?

If you’re looking for more information about resort including where to eat, what’s on during your stay and general hints and tips then try one of the following websites:

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.

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