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Courchevel

Skier reviews



RATING OF THE RESORT :
3.5/5

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4
out of 5
Review written on the 17/01/2010.

Liked:
Large ski domain, beautiful

Disliked:
Ski lifts aren't connected with one another.
Some green pistes are fairly steep (30° at times)

Conclusion:
Good resort apart from a few downsides, I liked it a lot.



3
out of 5
Review written on the 30/10/2009.

Liked:
A magnificent ski domain... very varied, magnificent groomed ski runs from the opening to the closing of the resorts (unlike another big neighbouring resort ne that's not part of the Trois-Vallées!!!!). Reasonable ski pass price given the services offered. Well done!

Disliked:
The prices!
When you're there, you feel like a "a wallet" on skis! Wherever you go, whether a restaurant on the ski runs or just for a drink, you're really in for it! They need to review their strategy!
The same goes for the good standard rentals. I'm not talking about the top endmais juste du "minimum".

Conclusion:
it's really a shame that the rates are so high because the resorts are very pretty (unlike the ugliness that you find in summer!), the ski domain is marvellous but.... portefeuilles "normaux" abstenez vous!



4
out of 5
Review written on the 07/09/2009.

Liked:
Courchevel benefits from the biggest ski domain in Europe: 600km of pistes, that is the equivalent of Paris-Grenoble on skis... not bad!

Disliked:
Expensive, even outrageous in some places.

Conclusion:
Posh posh, just like Val d'Isere...
A very nice resort with splendid scenary. But make sure your wallet is loaded!



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