Bozel is a pretty lively Savoy Village below Courchevel. In good snow you can ski from St Bon (450 meters of vertical descent), right to the les Moulns side of the village, 2 minutes’ walk from the center and its bars and restaurants. There is a free ski bus that runs in winter every hour until around 7pm, to take you back up the mountain to the Courchevel resorts.See the rest of your search results
In winter, two areas await you: The 3 Valleys (Courchevel, Meribel, Les Ménuires) and Paradiski (La Plagne, Les Arcs). All the pleasures of skiing and mountain are available to you: downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowparks, boardercross, tobogganing, snowshoeing, ...
The ski area of the 3 valleys includes the Courchevel area with Méribel, Val Thorens, Les Menuires and Tania. It is more than 600 km of slopes entirely connected by different ski lifts that make this ski area the largest in the world. Green slopes for beginners to black skiers for more experienced and snowparks for the amateurs of sensations, here, skiers and snowboarders are thrilled.
By linking the resorts of La Plagne, Les Arcs and Peisey Vallandry, Paradiski has created one of the most beautiful ski areas in the world. Culminating at 3,250 meters above sea level, it is on a variety of slopes, for both beginners and more experienced that you will enjoy the pleasures of skiing at your own pace and according to your desires.
Modern infrastructure will quickly transport you to the highest peaks for hours of uninterrupted descents along the 2,000-meter vertical. From the rock of Mio to the Aiguille Rouge, the 425km of slopes will offer you an avalanche of sensation at the height of the breathtaking panorama of our beautiful mountains.
Bozel is a town located in Tarentaise which includes eight hamlets (les Moulins, les Mollinets, Tincave, Lachenal, Villemartin, les Champs, les Monts, la Cour). Moûtiers, the Doron Valley of Bozel stretches from west to east. To the east of Bozel you can see the facade of the Grand Bec and further on we can see the Park de La Vanoise, to the west is the spa resort of Brides-les-Bains and the capital of the Tarentaise: Moûtiers. At the village level, the valley divides with the valley of Champagny-en-Vanoise and that of Pralognan-la-Vanoise. Bozel is particularly known for its proximity to Courchevel.