World Ski Championships 2023

Courchevel & Meribel are hosting the 2023 World Ski Championships.

This exceptional ski competition will take place from the 6th of February to the 19th of February, 2023.

Second in importance only to the Olympic Games, this eventful competition held every two years is awaited with excitement in the world of professional skiing. During two full weeks, the best skiers in the world will compete in Alpine Combined, Super G, Downhill, Parallels, Slalom, and Giant Slalom both for male and female categories.
With the incredible ski slopes of L’Eclipse in Courchevel and Le Roc in Méribel as settings, this championship will result in a truly memorable spectacle.

Throughout the competition, skiing will be in the spotlight. And for those in the public bearing witness to this thrilling competition and exceptional celebration of sport, the atmosphere will be absolutely festive.
With up to 20,000 spectators per day, come and live an unforgettable experience!

The Alpine World Ski Championships in figures:

  • 75 nations;
  • 600 athletes;
  • 1800 journalists;
  • 12 days of events;
  • 6 disciplines;
  • 54 medals.

As for the opening and closing ceremonies, both will take place in Courchevel: the opening ceremony will be on the 5th of February, 2023 at 6 p.m., and the closing ceremony will be on the 19th of February, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.

Don’t miss out on this impressive expression of athleticism and this important moment in the world of professional winter sports!

Courchevel Méribel 2023 is committed to an eco-responsible approach.

With climate change, many environmental and societal changes are affecting our planet and the context in which we live. In order for sporting events to continue, Courchevel Meribel 2023 is aware that we must do everything possible to ensure their impact is positive.

Environmental and societal issues are at the heart of the World Ski Championships 2023.

Courchevel Meribel 2023 CSR commitments are based on 4 main themes and 9 strategic objectives:

  • Preserving the mountains and their fragile ecosystem by reducing the impact on the environment;
  • Organising a responsible event, which promotes the region by buying responsibly and by promoting the region and its actors;
  • Offering a festive, inclusive, and accessible event to all by ensuring access to people with disabilities and by promoting parity in our workforce;
  • Leaving a positive legacy in favour of ecological and societal transition by training and raising awareness to contribute toward changing practices.