Courchevel: ‘Last run down’

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Artist: Katrine Köhli
Item Ref: PEL130
Unframed, 100% cotton paper.
Limited edition of 280
Dimensions: 97 x 65.5 cms

Price £395.00

Pure powder: Away from the crowds, in search of freshly fallen powder snow, Courchevel provides the ultimate off-piste adventure. Chosen as the location for the pre-credit sequence of the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies, it is one of the most acclaimed resorts in Les Trois Vallées. Spread over five towns, each named for their altitudes in metres, true village life exists in harmony with majestic Olympic jumping slopes and some of the best forest skiing in France. Courchevel 1850 is the highest and most famous part of the resort, as well as being the first resort in France to be constructed from scratch, rather than developed from an existing village.

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