Courchevel Ski Area Statistics

The 3 Valleys ski area is an exceptional, internationally-renowned playground. It is simply the biggest interconnected ski area in the world. Moreover, it is an extremely accessible ski area (50% easy runs) which is easy to get around (3 parallel valleys linked together by lifts or runs over the ridges, or passes) and tremendously varied (from the valley floor to the glaciers, all forms of skiing and snowboarding are possible).

Courchevel offers 150 kilometres of alpine ski runs served by 58 lifts enabling you to make the most of your days on the slopes. If you are a beginner, fun ‘ZEN’ areas have been especially created for you to ski in complete safety while the 19 green and 35 blue runs will help you get to grips with the slope. For more experienced skiers, 34 red and 8 black runs enable you to put your technique and skills to the test. Whatever your level of expertise, choose your itinerary and set off to enjoy some unforgettable days of skiing.



  • Summit: 8982ft
  • Base: 44293ft
  • Vertical Drop 4553ft


  • 12 Gondolas
  • 08 High Speed 6 Paks
  • 06 HiGH Speed Quads
  • 03 Triple Chairs
  • 29 Surface lifts



  • Beginner Runs: 20%
  • Intermediate Runs: 39%
  • Advanced Runs: 33%
  • Expert Runs: 8%
  • Terrain Parks: 1
  • Longest Run: 6 Miles
  • Night Skiing: 56 Acres
  • Longets Run Night Skiing: 2 Miles
  • Skiable Terrain: 1210 Acres
  • Snow Making: 697 Acres
  • Miles of Snow Making: 54 Miles