Courchevel 1650, also known as Moriond, is a beautiful French village made for those who enjoy the finer things in life. It has many of the upscale qualities of neighboring village Courchevel 1850 but with a slightly lower price tag. The village is popular among families because of its many child-friendly activities. There is entertainment for adults both on and off piste, such as restaurants and shops in the charming town centre.
Excellent snow conditions and diverse piste for skiing
Aquamotion – an indoor water park with a water slide, wild water rapids, surfing wave, sauna, and more
Courchevel has long-lasting snow conditions because of its north-facing pistes.
There are 150 kilometres of alpine ski runs.
There is a diverse set of 117 runs include green, blue, red and black runs for every experience level.
Fifty eight lifts service the ski area of Courchevel.
Relax at the Aquamotion spa and waterpark while kids enjoy the pool and water slide.
Visit ESF and New Generation ski school (both are also located in 1650’s town centre) to schedule a ski lesson or mountain tour.
Try the ropes course or zip line at Lac de la Rosiere.
Split a pizza with family and friends at L’Eterlou.
Le Bel Air is one of the most popular restaurants in the resort serving traditional French and European dishes at reasonable prices.
Enjoy Italian food with Savoyard flair at Cucina Angelina where they use locally sourced produce and prepare meats on an open range.