Sledding in Courchevel

Any winter sport is a good one, and everyone has their own way of speeding down the snowy mountain slopes. These slopes attract winter sports lovers to share delightful times with family and friends. Among the less obvious – and most enjoyable – ways to get down that slippery slope is the irresistible sled. Nestled within a speeding bullet, your hands steering the sled, you’re off for a thrilling, breathtaking trip.

Moriond Racing, a sledding track worthy of Formula One racing

Accessible from the Ariondaz ski lift in Courchevel Moriond, a racing circuit worthy of the most skillful F1 race drivers is open every day for Grand Prix competitions from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. 3 km (1.8 mi) of pure, intense downhill speed along a 450 m (131 ft) slope where curves, straight lines, tunnels, and a sledding lift give you a chance to express your racing instincts. Pure enjoyment for you (and payback time for your friends)!

A free sledding track departing from Courchevel 1850

On the Croisette across from the Chalet Hôtel de La Loze in Courchevel 1850 is the Les Tovets ski lift. At the peak, you’ll find a free sledding track open every day from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Departing from the Les Tovets slope, you’ll enjoy 2 km (1.2 mi) of pure slopes at the heart of the forest where you can race with your family, children or friends. During the day, enjoy the snowy setting of the forest as you enjoy this leisure activity. When the night falls, pick up the pace and be the first to cross the finish line!

The night sled experience among twinkling chalets

As soon as the ski slopes of Courchevel 1850 close, take a seat on the ski lift of Le Jardin Alpin and enjoy a night sled run. Accessible to all ages, the tracks departing from Le Jardin Alpin offer you a magnificent setting for your run among the shimmering chalets of Courchevel.

Contact us to organize your activities throughout your stay at our establishment in Courchevel 1850, Chalet Hôtel de La Loze.