Courchevel, boasting some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world, is situated in the largest linked ski area anywhere. The freshly groomed pistes, or ski runs, are the envy of all other resorts. The breathtaking views across to Mount Blanc, guaranteed snow and the endless pistes are the reason why this is the jewel of alpine skiing.
Skiing with Six Senses is an experience in itself; a special Ski Concierge service at nearby La Croisette offers residents a helping hand just when they need it most. This tailored ski-in, ski-out service at La Croisette enables residents to enjoy preparation of their equipment in the morning and sit back and enjoy the après ski without having to lift a finger or a ski.
A less frequented stunning black run not well known to many visitors. La Vizelle lift for access. Provides certain thrills and always has superb snow.
Cave des Creux
A new red run hidden, running parallel to the runway of the altiport. Epitomises what is wonderful about the intermediate Courchevel pistes: wide, quiet and with stunning views. Aiguille du Fruit lift for access.
Located in 1650, a red run that offers the very best in fresh powder after a heavy snowfall. Access by Chapelets or signal lifts.
A testing black through the trees down to le Praz at 1300, even in bad visibility it is superb, and especially after a new snowfall. Access by Foret lift.
For those who love to eat out and with a passion for memorable dining experiences, Courchevel is world famous for its epicurean delicacies, probably because there is a world of top quality Michelin-starred restaurants from which to choose. In fact, with more stars than any other resort, Courchevel really is a foodies paradise.
La Saulire is known for its specialty of black truffle and prestigious wine.
Located just next to the Six Senses Property in Courchevel.
La Mangeoire boasts exquisite traditional French cuisine.
A short walk from Six Senses, la Mangeoire offers an evening of two contrasts. For a quiet dining experience take the first sitting, and for full-on dancing and music the second sitting from 10:00 pm.
The exotic Dénali brings spice and heat to the cold ski runs with a mouth-watering selection of Asian dishes.
The international reputation of Le Chabichou is inventive, refined and generous cuisine prepared with fresh, natural produces. Menus are created by Michel Rochedy and Stéphane Buron.
The snow season gives youngsters the opportunity to learn to ski, which can be a very family orientated activity. There’s also snowboarding and snowshoeing, sledging and night skiing. For a little bit more adventure, perhaps a husky dog-sled ride. There is also an indoor ice-skating rink in Courchevel and basketball at the multi-activity sports center.
There’s fun aplenty for youngsters: sledging, ice skating, bowling, swimming, snowman building, pony rides and climbing.
Baby Sitting and Nanny Services Services are available throughout the day and night upon advance request prior to arrival.