Courchevel is a municipality in the Savoie region of Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, home to the winter sports resort of the Tarentaise Valley. Courchevel is the first French resort converted into a virgin site in 1946, it is part of the Trois-Vallées ski area.
Its ski area starts at 1,100 meters above sea level, below the summits of the Croix du Verdon (2,738 m), the Saulire (2,668 m), the highest point of the resort and the Aiguille du Fruit (3,051 m). m). The villages of the resort and the estate are thus established on a set of valleys whose streams lead to the Torrent de la Rosière, which flows further down into Bozel’s doron.