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Pros: Huge, Beautiful, Food, Friendly
Cons: Depending where you stay can get very expensive, but does not have to be.
Pros: Varied terrain
Cons: Expensive (if you stay there)
Maybe because it was New Year's Day, maybe because it was a sunny day...whatever the reason, I loved Courchevel, and it stands out in a season in which I skiied a dozen resorts in the Alps. Arrived in Courchevel via the Saulire lift station from Meribel. Started on a nice steep, wide piste with good snow. Lots of opportunities to detour into a few inches of fresh powder, but the options would have increased ten-fold with another couple feet of snow. There is an off-piste area just north of the Saulire station called the Grand Coulier that looked pretty awesome, but with the limited snow cover I didn’t venture out to try that. Wish I’d been with someone familiar with the area. The setting...(read more)
Pros: tree skiing
Cons: lower altitude
This resort, which is part of the 3 Vallées (the largest interconnected ski terrain in the world) is a favorite of rich celebrities. Being one of the lowest resorts in the 3 Vallées, it actually has some tree skiing area unlike most higher resorts which are entirely devoid of vegetation. High-tech infrastructure but not centrally located in the 3 Vallées. If you want to stay there on a cheaper budget, Courchevel 1300 is the cheapest base area.