Courchevel Le Praz (1300)
- Why go?
- Ski area
- Dining & Nightlife
Along the cobbled streets there are a number of restaurants and bars. The vin chaud at the Hotel Peupliers is the best in the Trois Vallees and their restaurant La Table Du Mon Grand Piere with its relaxed dining room serves fabulous food. Not to be missed is the firework competition held by the lake, there is no better back drop to this visual spectacular. The same can be said for the view from our luxury catered ski chalets and hotels.
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Although the ski area designated to Le Praz is small there are some lovely tree lined runs back to the village. The black pistes Jean Blanc and Jockeys should prove enough of a challenge for tired legs at the end of the day. Those looking for a slightly mellower run back should try Brigues. As part of the Trois Vallee Le Praz is as well maintained as you would expect from this world renowned resort.
The Le Praz and Forret bubble taks you up to Courchevel 1850 and Le Tania respectively; you can be sure of a swift getaway in the mornings.
Courchevel Valley Ski Facts:
- 1,304 acres of mountain
- 150kms of downhill pistes
- Highest point at 2,700m
- 62 chairlifts service the Courchevel valley
- 27 Green Runs
- 44 Blue Runs
- 38 Red Runs
- 10 Black Runs
- 66km of cross country skiing
Les Trois Vallees Ski Facts:
- Comprises of Courchevel, La Tania, Meribel, Brides-les-Bains, Les Menuires, Saint Martin de Belleville, Van Thorens and Orelle
- 600km of interconnected slopes
- Highest point at 3,266m
- 180 ski lifts
- Endless off piste and powder fields
Le Praz boasts some unique dining in small and intimate restaurants. You can sample traditional Savoyard faire in the wood clad restaurant Darbellos. Those looking for a more traditional style of dining should visit the restaurant at the Hotel les Peupliers where there is an impressive wine list. For a more lively, younger evening head to the LíEscourche-Vel where there is live music and TVís in this popular bar/pizzeria.
Kaluma will offer our experienced advice on the best bars, restaurants and clubs to suit your taste and budget and all of which are accessible from one of our luxury ski chalets or hotels.
A brandy laced vin chaud in Le Norbyís bar is a sure fire way to warm up at the end of the day.
Sample the famously strong French beer at Darbelloís and feel like a true local.
Courchevel 1300 is a great place to ski on heavy snowfall and low cloud days as the tree lined runs have clear visibility.