Part of the Three Valleys, the worlds biggest linked ski and snowboard resort, Courchevel is a large area in it’s own right, with lots of runs for beginners and intermediates, not to mention access to some amazing back-country. Let RTM Snowboarding show you how to make the best of your Snowboard holiday in Courchevel.
Learners will love Courchevel for it’s ease of getting around; the lift system is one of the best on the world. There are dedicated areas for those putting on a snowboard for the first time as well as some larger areas purely for beginners finding their feet.
Intermediates have a playground with an amazing network of lifts giving access to an endless number of blues, reds and easy off-piste.
Freestylers get the well maintained Courchevel Family Park which has a great, progressive range of boxes, jibs and kickers as well as a boarder cross track. There are a number of good spots around resort for back-country kickers, natural half-pipes, hits and drops.
Explorers have the trees to Le Praz and La Tania, the Chanrossa, Les Avals or the Creux Noir bowl, not to mention the vast expanse of the Three Valleys! It’s on your doorstep as well as some secret spots only the locals know about – you’d best ask one of our team to show you!
At the heart of the Three Valleys, Meribel is perfectly placed to let snowboarders explore. With one of the best snowparks in the region, a stack of lifts and a great community spirit, let RTM Snowboarding show you why Meribel should be on your list of places to stay on your winter holiday.
Learners are catered for with an abundance of easy greens – all within easy reach of the town centre. The numerous blues back into town will have beginners on their feet in no time.
Intermediates have the choice of Altiport, Meribel and Mottaret ski areas all of which have varied terrain to keep you on your toes.
Freestylers are spoiled with the Moonpark and the DC Area 43 park in Meribel Mottaret, both of which are high standard affairs with halfpipes, kickers, rollers, tables, spines and an assortment of rails and boxes! The natural terrain lends itself to easily accessed drops and hits.
Explorers have the excellent off-piste of Mont Vallon, the back of La Saulire, as well as an abundance of gulleys, chutes, drops and other featurous terrain!