COURCHEVEL

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IN THE HEART OF THE LARGEST SKI AREA IN THE WORLD
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NEWS

Each year, Société des Trois Vallées (S3V) invests heavily in improving the Courchevel ski area.
The company has refurbished the second cabin of the Saulire cable car during the summer 2013.

  1. 1 BIOLLAY 6-SEATER DETACHABLE GRIP CHAIRLIFT
  2. 2 PETIT MORIOND TO-AND-FRO GONDOLA LIFT
  3. 3 ARTIFICIAL SNOW ON THE LES CREUX RUN
  4. 4 ARTIFICIAL SNOW ON THE COSPILLOT RUN
1

BIOLLAY 6-SEATER DETACHABLE GRIP CHAIRLIFT

Objectives:
- a more powerful ski lift in this heavily frequented sector.
- a higher arrival terminal offering more skiing options.
- easy and comfortable to get on thanks to the positioning mat.

Technical data:
- 1690 m long, 365 m altitude difference.
- 3300 people / hour instead of 2500, meaning 32% greater capacity.
2

PETIT MORIOND TO-AND-FRO GONDOLA LIFT

Objectives:
- replacement of the 3 Valleys’ fixed-grip chairlift in conjunction with the development of the adjacent land.
- fast, easy and free access to the Courchevel-Moriond snow front for skiers and pedestrians from the surrounding apartments.

Technical data:
- 145 m long, 47 m altitude difference.
- 520 people / hour.
3

ARTIFICIAL SNOW ON THE LES CREUX RUN

Objective:
- to guarantee the stability of the snow cover on one of the area’s most popular runs.

Technical data:
- 4.6 km long run lying at between 2670 m and 1830 m,
- 46 snow cannons.
4

ARTIFICIAL SNOW ON THE COSPILLOT RUN

Objective:
- to guarantee the stability of the snow cover on this run which descends into part of Courchevel 1850.

Technical data:
- 1.8 km long run lying at between 2190 and 1860 m.
- 12 snow cannons.
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