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Courchevel celebrates women to start ski season

Courchevel celebrates women to start ski season The French ski resort of Courchevel has a unique opening to its new ski season, something that is traditional to mark the start of the winter at the resort.

Femmes en Or is an event that celebrates all the women that have made the news in France since the opening of the last winter season, a fantastic three-day event that will kick off your ski holiday in Courchevel in style.

Art, fashion, entertainment, research, sport and adventure are the categories in which women's achievements are recognised, a wonderful tribute and a glamorous start to any Courchevel skiing holiday.

Once the celebrations are over, the real highlight of a ski holiday in Courchevel can begin, as you take to the slopes of the fantastic resort.

A total of 63 ski lifts take you to the top of 117 downhill ski runs, which combine to make an accumulated 150km of skiing fun. More than 550 snow cannons mean there's always plenty of quality snow on those slopes too.


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