Spread over five levels in the Les Trois Vallées area, Courchevel is the classic French ski resort. The five stations, Saint Bon, Courchevel 1300, Courchevel 1550, Courchevel 1650 and Courchevel 1850, have different atmospheres and appeal to varying clientele, but all provide access to some of the best skiing in Europe. Within the Courchevel ski resort there are 150km of pistes to explore and a further 450km of slopes in the Trois Vallées area. The extensive lift network in Courchevel allows you to get the most out of your days on the slopes, and while exploring the ski area you'll be able to enjoy the panoramas and magical scenery between the Mont Blanc massif in the north and the Les Ecrins massif in the south - this is a truly stunning area to experience.Within the five villages of Courchevel there is accommodation to suit all budgets. The resort has a reputation for being an exclusive and expensive resort where the rich go to play but this isn't entirely true. Although there are some spectacularly luxurious options in Courchevel and it isn't unusual to see some famous faces there, it's also very easy to enjoy a holiday in Courchevel on a budget. This resort caters for everyone.Courchevel, as you'd expect from a world-class resort, has plenty of non-ski and snowboard activities on offer. For an extra adrenaline fix there's snowmobiling, airboarding, ice climbing and a 2km sledge run with an average incline of 15%, to mention just a few. To relax after your action-packed days there are numerous spas throughout the resort and of course there is the fantastic après ski scene to help you unwind and prepare for your next day on the slopes. The resort's just two hours' drive from the airports of Geneva Cointrin and Lyon Saint Exupéry. The network of roads and motorways is excellent and means that getting to Courchevel from the UK couldn't be easier.