Ski touring is all the rage. Long neglected in favour of Alpine skiing, ski touring is currently enjoying a resurgence and a boost in popularity. You’ve got to try it!
Far away from the ski lifts, it’s fantastic being at the heart of the mountains, at one with nature, discovering the most hidden-away, unspoilt places… all accompanied by a professional to ensure complete safety!
Outside school holidays, you can ski tour on specific, groomed and marked itineraries. The Plum KV, Chenus and Signal trails are accessible Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 9.30am to 4.30pm. The Millet Ski Touring trail is open every day at the same hours.
If you’re a beginner who would like to discover this new approach to skiing, there’s nothing better than having an introductory lesson with an instructor. After some initial sessions alongside the ski runs, you’ll soon want to go off the beaten track and get up close to the wild natural environment around us.
You can also enjoy 5 marked, safe ski touring itineraries:
- Millet Ski Touring Courchevel Le Praz - 3,2 km 500 m D+
- Plum MOONtain Race Courchevel Village - 4,8 km 920 m D+
- Plum KV Courchevel Le Praz - 5 km 1 000 m D+
- La Trace Le Belvédère, Courchevel Moriond - 3,5 km 460 m D+
- Praméruel Courchevel Village - 4 km 610 m D+
These routes are open daily in the season when the ski lifts are open. For the safety of ski mountaineers, and to maintain the runs, skiing down or walking on these itineraries is strictly forbidden.
And if you want to set yourself a challenge or simply have some fun, why not take part in our two flagship events held throughout the season:
- “Plum KV Courchevel”
- Millet ski touring
For more info, go to: http://www.courchevelsportsoutdoor.com