Winter mountain holidays don’t always involve strapping planks to your feet and going hell-for-leather down a snowy hill!

Snow Holidays for Non Skiers

There are many ways to enjoy the beautiful scenery at a much slower pace. Many of our guests enjoy snow-shoeing through tranquil forests, spotting animal tracks and snapping away with a camera. We can put you in touch with a snowshoe guide if this is of interest.

Pedestrian lift passes are a great value way to access the peaks and meet up with others in your group at a mountain restaurant. Using the free buses to travel between the different levels of the Courchevel valley, it’s easy for non-skiers to access the different lifts and go on a snowy adventure! Ask our concierge for recommendations whilst you’re in resort and reserve your pedestrian pass in advance so that it’s ready and waiting for your arrival.

For swimming and pampering, try the spa at Le Chabichou in 1850: A large multi-sensory pool, a hammam, polar bath, ice fountain, salt grotto and chromatherapy rainforest shower. Click here to visit the page.

The Courchevel Centre Aquatique between Courchevel Village and Moriond is also a spectacular space to spend a day. The impressive building contains a wellness space, children’s area, slides and a surfing pool as well as a beauty treatment area.

There are many other activities on offer aside from skiing. A hot air balloon rises regularly from the altiport in 1850 and floats up to the peaks with incredible views. Another way to see the mountains from the air is tandem paragliding with a qualified instructor, which is a popular activity from the top of La Tania’s La Loze.

Closer to the snow, you could try a ride on a piste basher up near the Altiport, or maybe try your hand at driving a snowmobile. Dog-sledding is a magical way to whizz through the forest. Our concierge can recommend and book any activities during your stay.

Up in 1850 you’ll find an ice-rink in the Forum centre which is open in the afternoons, as well as a climbing wall and bowling alley. There’s a cinema which has showings in the afternoon on bad weather days, or you could simply enjoy wandering around and enjoying the shopping and ambience of resort life.

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