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What’s new in Courchevel for winter 2018/2019

What’s new in Courchevel for winter 2018/2019

The biggest news coming from the 3 Valleys domain is that Courchevel and Meribel will play host the 2023 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships! With this amazing news comes a whole range of exciting new developments in the area with a total of 42 million euros invested.

Last season saw the new Ariondaz gondola lift in Courchevel Moriond and a new sledging track. Work is already well underway for the latest additions for winter 2018/19 and 2019/2020.

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Base station upgrades

Development of the Croisette building in Courchevel 1850 which will include access to the Verdons, Chenus, Jardin Alpin and Grangettes gondolas. This will improve access for skiers and pedestrians. Take a look at the designs below...

Croisette 2018


Improved snow-making

Courchevel is investing 1 million euros in a new generation snow cannons to enhance snow coverage, including 26 new machines on Lac des Creux and Rama runs.

New gondola

The Gragettes gondola between Courchevel Village 1550 and 1850 will be modernised for 2018/19. The new 10 seater gondola will have a capacity of transporting 2400 people an hour.

Le Praz Gondola development

Construction of a new base station costing at Courchevel La Praz (1300) has already begun. The 27 million euros project won’t be completed for the next season but will be open from Dec 2019. The new development includes:

  • 27m Euros
  • New lift station
  • 500 covered parking spaces
  • Tourist office
  • Sales desks
  • Playroom for children
  • Medical centre
  • Public restrooms
  • Ski lockers
  • Terrace
  • Sports facilities

Le Praz redevelopment

New Courchevel Valley lifts pass

Skiing just got better in Courchevel! Save money with a new lift pass for the Courchevel Valley including access to the Aquamotion. Prices have not been published yet for 2018/19 but we will update as soon as they are out.

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