Other things to do in Courchevel

There is a little something for everone around Courchevel whether its adrenaline, fun or nature.

Courchevel is so much more than just a ski resort. Once you have finished skiing there is an extensive list of other things to do in and around the resort.

Moriond Luge Racing

Tackle the 3km toboggan run with family and friends. From the top of the Ariondaz gondola above Courchevel Moriond (1650) you will find the start line of this amazing luge track. Speed around the corners and through the 8 underground tunnels. There are also high speed straights and snaking zig-zags that will test your skills.


Chill and relax in this modern yet tranquil swimming pool and spa. The Aquawellness spa includes a salt-water pool, sauna, steam room, caldarium plus indoor and outdoor pools heated to a balmy 32℃.

If you are feeling more energetic of have some younger ones with you there is the Aqualudic’s indoor and outdoor pools including slides, diving pools and a wild river.


If you are keen to explore the mountains at a slower pace then clip on a pair of racquets (snowshoes) and you will be able to float over the white fluffy natural snow. You can head into the tress around Courchevel along the many marked paths. You are sure to find your own real life Nania, soothing streams, glittering ice crystals and look out for the odd wild animal track.

Dog Sledging

Ride with a professional musher or take charge of your own pack of dogs. A true back country adventure as you glide through the trees, across the slopes and valleys taking in the delights of the winter wonderland.

Chose a gentle ride through the stunning vistas or if you prefer a more adrenaline filled journey across true mountain terrain. This activity in Courchevel is a truly unique experience.


Once the ski lifts have closed you can try your hand at riding a snowmobile around the winter landscape. You can drive your own vehicle under expert tuition along some graceful trails or blast throuogh untouched powder. There is nothing like cruising effortlessly through the mountains as the sun sets. You might even catch an evening climpse of Mont Blanc.

Lac de la Rosière

Hidden away in the valley below Courchevel Moriond (1650), Lac de la Rosière is truly one of the best kept secrets of Courchevel.

This stunning magical lake really comes alive in the winter and spring. You can stroll around the shores of this alpine lake or dodge into the snowy woodland trails and marvel at the imposing ice covered cliffs.