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A 60m x 30m outdoor ice rink, a curling rink, and a 250-seat restaurant. Such was the face of the ice rink in the beginning. The space was designed in 1967 before becoming technically obsolete, and a new infrastructure was created for the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville.
Located in Courchevel 1850, the rink enjoys an elaborate architecture designed especially so that it can transform into a conference room, performance space or sports centre as and when required.
Lovers of winter sports are bound to appreciate skating in a space once used by the world's great athletes!
With Snow Biker, Méribel is offering you the chance to discover snowmobiling.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert, get on board for a small group outing, supervised by an instructor. You can choose to drive your own vehicle, or just be a passenger.
You can also opt for an exclusive tour, not in a group but with a guide.
Children also get the chance to drive their own mini snowmobile on a special circuit.
Val Thorens Snowpark is located on the resort's plateau area. Stretching over 70,000 sqm,
this fun activity area is equipped with tables, rails and boxes, allowing visitors to improve their riding and work on their freestyle on skis or snowboards. Secure structures like the Air Jumps mean you can try this activity in complete safety.
The snowpark is also the stage for many events and freestyle competitions throughout the winter.
Bowling de Courchevel invites you to relax and enjoy some time in its complex. While there’s plenty of classic bowling on offer with 8 lanes equipped with bumpers for children from 4 years, you can also enjoy billiards and a room full of arcade games.
It also has a restaurant and bar which offer a range of evening options during the season. And for those who have an event to celebrate (birthday, stag or hen party), don’t hesitate to contact the venue.
Created in 2011, the Cha'Banya, the multi-sensorial aqua-relaxation area of the Le Chabichou hotel, offers a range of experiences, from relaxing to invigorating. Within the venue’s 1100 m² dedicated to well-being, a range of pools await you (at different temperatures) as well as a sauna, hammam, salt cave, an invigorating ice fountain...
Massages and other treatments are also on offer to help you relax and loosen up your muscles after a hard day’s downhill skiing.