book online

Winter season 2016/2017
December 16, 2016 to Easter mondat April 17, 2017

The following booking conditions apply: Minimum lenght of stay: 3 night. Arrival and departure: daily

[contact-form-7 id="765"]

Courmayeur

RESORT DESCRIPTION FOR Courmayeur / Chécrouit - Val Veny

The ski resort Courmayeur – Chécrouit/Val Veny is located on the Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) (Italy, Aosta Valley (Valle d’Aosta)). For skiing and snowboarding, there are 41 km of slopes available. 17 lifts transport the guests. The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,205 and 2,755 m.

Source: skiresort.info

 

RESORT INFO

Courmayeur / Chécrouit – Val Veny
Europe, Italy, Aosta Valley (Valle d’Aosta)

https://www.lovecourmayeur.com
courmayeur@turismo.vda.it
0039 0165 84 20 60
Season: depending on snow conditions – depending on snow conditions
Ski pass price: 46 €
User rating :

MOUNTAIN STATS
MOUANTAIN TOP
2755 m
MOUANTAIN LOW
1205 m
MOUNTAIN ELAVATION
1550 m
BEGINNER SLOPES
16 km
INTERMEDIATE SLOPES
21 km
DIFFICULT SLOPES
4 km
T-BAR LIFT ETC.
4
CHAIRLIFT ETC.
8
GONDOLA ETC.
6
SNOWPARK
Yes
NIGHT SKIING
No
SNOW CANNONS
280
CURRENT WEATHER
CURRENT SNOW REPORT
Last updated: 17. April 2018
CURRENT SNOW DEPTH UPPER
0 cm
CURRENT SNOW DEPTH LOWER
0 cm
LIFTS OPEN
0%
LAST SNOWFALL
no report
CURRENT FRESH SNOW
no report cm
NEXT 9 DAYS
0 cm
Snow history for Courmayeur / Chécrouit - Val Veny

Has the climate crisis and the higher temperatures affected snow conditions in Courmayeur / Chécrouit – Val Veny?
Look at the statistics and graph of historical snow depths for the ski resort.
For the last 5 years, week 10 has been the most insecure with 132 cm snow depth on average in Courmayeur / Chécrouit – Val Veny.
The measurement is made as an average of the snow depth at the highest and lowest point of the mountain.

Webcam
Ski map
Best tips for Courmayeur / Chécrouit - Val Veny

Courmayeur is a great place for a short midweek break or for a day trip to escape bad weather in Megève and Chamonix – we have used it for this several times. Excellent restaurants both on and off the mountain plus village bars among the most civilized in the skiing world are important factors for us too. The piste skiing is tricky to recommend for more than a day or two, though, because it best suits competent intermediates, who are likely to have an appetite for mileage that Courmayeur will arouse but not satisfy. Courmayeur is a traditional old mountaineering village that has retained much of its character. La Thuile is an easy drive or bus ride away; Aosta/Pila and Chamonix are not far, and Cervinia and Monterosa are reachable; all are covered by various lift passes.

PROS:

  • Charming old village; car-free centre with stylish shops and bars 
  • Stunning views of Mont Blanc, which can be reached by a new (for 2015/16) rotating cable car 
  • Some good off-piste and heli-skiing 
  • Comprehensive snowmaking

CONS:

  • Very small area of pistes

     

  • Lots of drawbacks for beginners

     

  • No really tough pistes

     

  • No runs back to the village, only to Dolonne (where you catch a bus)

Source: Ski Club of Great Britain

Video presentation of Courmayeur / Chécrouit - Val Veny
Users best instagram photos
Cannot get other user media. API shut down by Instagram. Sorry. Display only your media.
Find way to Courmayeur / Chécrouit - Val Veny
Featured ski & snowboard resorts
Saalbach Hinterglemm
Val Thorens
Whistler

Whistler
Canada