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Courchevel opens early for 2017/18 season

Courchevel opens early for 2017/18 season

For one day only, today, Courchevel opened its slopes before the official opening on 9th December. Courchevel treated keen skiers and snowboarders for a free day of skiing. Two ski lifts were open – Les Verdons and Biollay from 9am to 4 pm with access to the Verdons, Biollay and Bellecote runs.

Wish you were there? Take a look at our last minute ski deals to Courchevel

Favourite last minute deals

Chalet Estrella on 16th December from £589 pp (flights available from LGW & MAN)
Chalet Benjamin on 16th December from £799 pp (flights available from LGW & MAN)
Chalet Emily on 1st January from £459 pp (flights available from LTN, LGW, STN, BRS, BHX, NCL & LPL)
Chalet Monique on 7th January from £745 pp (flights available from LGW & MAN)
 

Photos from the slopes on 15th November 2017


Courchevel open day

Courchevel November 2017

Courchevel open for winter 2017/18

Skiing in Courchevel

Courchevel is open

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