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Courchevel Ski Area Activities for the February School Holidays
Alpine Downhill Skiing is available from the Altiport (access via private car or taxi) down along the Bellecote Piste to La Croisette at Courchevel 1850.
Ski Touring – Ski Touring Guide routes up to Col de la Loze from Le Praz, plus tracks around Chenus, Biollay and Signal.
Free Resort Bus Service – There is a new timetable in place from 6 February to 7 March 2021. Timetable available at: m.latania.co.uk/skibus
Hiking – Winter 2021 Footpaths Maps Note that these are maintained but may close immediately after heavy snowfall. There are 87km of paths with 11 tracks dedicated to Snow Shoeing. Guided walks available.
Cross Country Skiing – Cross Country Skiing Guide 52 km of marked, maintained trails with free access from 09:00 to 16:30 every day.
Luge / Sledging Track – Free every day 09:00 to 16:30 from Courchevel 1850 to Courchevel Village 1550.
MTB / Fatbike – 09:00 to 16:30 on the Cospillot and Plan Fontaine pistes
Snow Scooter – The Combe de Praméruel circuit is open for use with Courchevel Aventure: +33 (0) 479 22 16 71 and Skivol – +33 (0) 683 97 53 26.
Horse Riding from 09:00 to 16:30 on Ferme de Pralong, Cospillot and Plan du Vah. Ski Joëring circuit at the Pralong Ferme.
Paragliding – from 09:00 to 16:30 with official take off site from Les Tovets
The Emile Allais Slalom Stadium (and extended Loze area Stade) from 09:00 – 16:30 is only authorised for access by:
* Kids licenced to an affiliated French Ski Federation for at least one year and under supervision by professionals.
* Professionals training accompanied by their coaches.
* Elite Athletes, Foreign National Teams and Member of the FIS accompanied by their coaches.
* Club des Sports staff.
PIDA: Avalanche Control Triggering Plan – During the implementation of a PIDA, access to the alpine ski area is prohibited to any public except the personnel dedicated to these operations.