Leaving from Courchevel Moriond, this downhill trail will take you to the heart of the unspoilt forest of Courchevel and contact with well-preserved nature.
Watch out for hard snow or even iced snow in the forest, according to weather conditions.
max. 1578 m
min. 1113 m
Styles : DiscoveryMountainForest
Public : FamilyOccasional hikersExperienced hikersSchool
From the Courchevel Tourism offices in Courchevel Moriond, take the stairs down into Vieux Moriond (cross Rue du Marquis then the B-road leading to Courchevel 1850).
After the steep descent of the alleyway between the houses, cross the B-road and go straight on to join the path leading to the village of La Corbière through the snow-covered fields.
In the village, continue on down the path that leads into the forest. At the first hairpin bend, you will see the Silver Fir, a few metres further on, the oldest tree in the Saint Bon Courchevel forest. After returning to the path, continue downhill, past a second hairpin bend and then, in the straight section, turn left onto a little path. Follow the footpath around the hill as far as path intersection, then go down to the right.
A few bends further on, you arrive on the Lake Rosière footpath (from here, you can link up with circuit n° 1 from Montcharvet).
Turn left and walk as far as the old saw mill (with the water mill).
Along a level road, you will reach the typical Savoy hamlet of La Jairaz; the walk ends on the road leading to Saint Bon.
Return by free Ski Bus