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Best hit in the afternoon, this run is the main red dropping from the Courchevel lifts down to La Tania.
The run can get very crowded at the end of the day but is a really fun run, especially when the snow has fallen.
There are lots of interesting side hips and places to play at the edges of the piste and the width enables you to make wide turns at the top and then more controlled carving turns toward the bottom section – this can get very icy later in the day and at the beginning and end of the season with thin snow cover.
At the bottom of this run is the famous Le Bouc Blanc mountain restaurant which is popular for lunch or if you are staying in La Tania and want a final drink on the way home.