Courchevel ski seasons
Work a winter season in Courchevel. Courchevel, part of the 3 Valleys ski area, is known as one of France's most exclusive resorts, a great place to spot a few stars and pose in the latest designer ski wear. The conditions of the pistes, the après ski, hotels, bars, restaurants and shops reflect the needs of the rich and famous. But if all this isn't really your style you'll probably be surprised with what else the resort has to offer.
Making up part of the enormous 600km of runs that are the 3 valleys means that you're guaranteed a good season on the slopes. Just cruising the slopes could involve 293 downhill runs and 185 different lifts and that's not to mention the huge choice of off-piste to be found.
Courchevel 1850 is a big resort in comparison to most but even if you crave the quiet life for a bit, a quick ski or sledge will get you down to the smaller resorts of Courchevel 1650, 1550 or Le Praz.
This resort is ideal for people who enjoy anything from groomed cruisy wide runs to serious mountain trekking, couloir seeking, off-piste extremists.
Pubs, cafés and clubs in Courchevel
For those of you who like to take in a couple of drinks at the end of the day; The Jump is an all time favourite for the Brits, a late night thirst can be quenched at TJ's or Gringos and dancing shoes donned at Calico’s.
Internet cafes in Courchevel
Le Bubble - Le Bubble bar is located in Courchevel 1650 in the centre of the village. It is open from 08.00 to 01.00 for most of the season, sells food and drinks and has high speed internet access (available from 09.00 till about 19.00).