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Courchevel opens early for skiing

Courchevel opens early for skiing Courchevel opens early! For one day only, Courchevel in France will open for FREE on Wednesday 25th November, before officially opening on 5th December.

After nearly 100cm of snow fell in the resort over the weekend, Courchevel has decided to celebrate by opening 3 lifts and 3 slopes for some mid-week festive fun on the slopes.

There will be skiing and snowboarding between 10-4:30, with free parking, sledging on the snow front, hot chocolate and festive music at the bottom of the slope. Perfect for family fun whilst local children aren’t in school on Wednesday.




Courchevel is in the 3 Valleys ski area in France and will be officially opening on 5th December and will be open throughout winter until 24th April 2016.

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