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With nearly 70 percent of the terrain designated as intermediate to advanced intermediate and reliable snow conditions and noteworthy grooming capabilities, intermediate skiers will revel in all of Courchevel’s famed and blue and red runs. More advanced intermediates will particularly love the Courchevel 1850 skiing, and most exclusively, the several “don’t-miss” red runs off the top off the Vizelle and Saulire lifts. Less experienced intermediates will likely prefer to spend most of their time in Courchevel 1650, since the area provides higher elevation skiing, i.e. the best snow conditions. The entire 1650 area features blue and red trails only, too, making it a great area of intermediates to progress their skills.
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