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Courchevel

Courchevel Guides
Even hedonists need a helping hand on the slopes sometimes, which is where Courchevel Guides comes in to have you skiing with confidence in no time.
Aiguille de Peclet
Aiguille de Peclet is the perfect day away from the resort, with a 50-degree slope to strike fear into the hedonistic heart of even the most seasoned skiier.
Roc Merlet
Roc Merlet offers wonderful off-piste skiing for those who make the half-hour climb; snowboarders enjoy the top of the trail.
Vallee des Avals
Vallee des Avals offers bumps and grinds along picture-postcard perfect scenery; be sure to pack your camera.
ESF Courchevel
L'école de ski Français de Courchevel is the biggest ski school in the area, with more than 600 instructors on its books and a range of courses to suit any level.
Magic in Motion
Magic in Motion is the ski school of choice for would-be instructors, which is a very good sign indeed.
Saulire/Creux Noirs
Saulire/Creux Noirs both offer challenging routes; go before lunch before the powder's ruined.
Alan Hutchinson
With over 10 years on the mountain, Alan Hutchinson knows a thing or two about Courchevel; his teaching techniques are excellent.
Col de la Loze
Connecting Courchevel and Meribel, Col de la Loze is the perfect place for first-time off-pisters to practise.
Supreme Ski & Snowboard
Supreme Ski & Snowboard School is a British-run school that offers both group and private instruction; with no language barriers, it comes highly recommended.

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