Prepare your to-do list of new products to test
This winter in our ski resort, we’ve got loads of new activities for you to enjoy. Try out the new L'Eclipse slope, have a “panoramic” style picnic, pamper your children - from tots to teenagers… we have lots of ideas to share with you!
You’ll be dazzled by L’Eclipse…
This new and extraordinary 3.3-kilometre slope, which will host the 2023 Alpine Ski World Championships, now has a name - and you can try it out this winter.
Imagine… After soaking up the enthralling panorama at the top of the Loze Pass, launch yourself down a slope with an average incline of 30%. Further down, you’ll slide through a dense forest… blocking out the sun.
Experience zero gravity on this thrilling track before arriving in the heart of the sunny village of Courchevel Le Praz. You emerge into the sunlight with a feeling of having accomplished a tour de force: you’ve conquered L’Eclipse!
Dare to experience Freeride Lab
The Freeride Lab (Creux sector) is THE powder spot for freerando enthusiasts of all levels. Reach two ungroomed but secure slopes by a 15-minute climb or ski tour. A new DVA Park (Avalanche Victim Detector) will open this winter at the bottom of the Freeride Lab. It’s a great way to raise awareness about mountain safety by freely allowing powder snow fans to practice searching for avalanche victims.
Picnic at the top
A new picnic area has been created in Courchevel Moriond, opposite the Brèche de la Portetta. You’ll find tables and giant wooden sunbeds ready for you to soak up the heavenly tranquility of this area… Everything you need for a relaxed break between two snowy slopes.
Ski like you're being filmed
Come and challenge the stopwatch at the Émile-Allais stadium. Your race will be filmed on one of the 14 new cameras set up along the slope. The video can be viewed on the Club des Sports website so you can assess your race and technique or simply share your performance with friends.
Try supervised ski touring
This year, we want to introduce the practice of ski touring to as many people as possible, so every Thursday, a guaranteed freerando session on the slopes will be held by the Bureau des Guides. There’s no stopwatch, no performance monitoring, this is just for pure pleasure. It’s a fabulous way to discover the secrets of the 3 Valleys in safety.
Pamper your children
The Piou Club for children at the ESF Courchevel Moriond now has a brand-new chalet so they can warm up, rest or have a snack. This single-storey building consists of a storage room for educational materials, a heated ski-room, a large multipurpose room for rest and a games area, plus a reception area for parents, and toilets… Everything has been designed to make the skiing experience as easy as possible for families and especially memorable for the little ones.
Teenagers aren’t left out!
A programme that allows teenagers (13-18 years old) to explore the 3 Vallées with Clément Picart, freestyle ski specialist and Courchevel ambassador, will definitely please those who are eager for freedom on the slopes. These new courses (ESF 1850) are available to small groups (up to 6) which means participants can really make the most of the steep snowy slopes and experience the thrills of freestyle.
Warm up with Shapen coaching
To better understand how to deal with falls and bumps, and to be well prepared for the slopes, the ESF Courchevel Village offers Shapen physical preparation support free of charge to all its customers. This new video coaching approach is specific to board sports. The program has been developed for skiers and snowboarders who want to make the most of their stay in the mountains. The exercises aim to strengthen the muscles essential for successful skiing (especially legs, core and upper body).
Tip: If you book your stay through our booking service, we will also offer this programme!