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Courmayeur 2018-10-30T10:55:41+00:00


Lying in a basin in the Aosta valley and towered over by the majestic scenery of Mont Blanc, Courmayeur is perhaps the most famous and certainly the oldest, Italian resort.  It offers two ski areas with a total of over 100 kilometres of slopes with a vast complex of lifts.  There is skiing for any level, though intermediates may be the most happy here.  There are two main ski areas, Checrouit-Val Veny, which is mostly for beginners and intermediates and Mont Blanc, which is geared toward the expert skier.  Off the slopes, this quaint medieval spa town is home to naturally heated thermal baths and waterfalls, has cobbled, car free streets and stylish shops.  Add to that a good measure of bars, restaurants, cafes and bistros and you have a great all round resort.

Gateway City             Milan 188km  / Geneva 219km

Why Courmayeur

  • Located on the sunny side of Mont Blanc, Courmayeur is best suited for intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders
  • Part of the Aosta Valley ski areawith access to 352km of downhill skiing, with 180 individual pistes, served by 62 ski lifts
  • The village is a pedestrian zone only area, with history and charm, offering a wonderful variety of shops, restaurants and bars.
  • Courmayeur lift pass also covers Chamonix and Argentière ski areas

Courmayeur Mountain Statistics

Summit 2755m
Base 1224m
Vertical 1531m
Lifts 22
Runs 41km
Average Snowfall 700cm
Beginner 35%
Intermediate 52%
Advanced 13%