With the main lift running from town up to Plan Chécrouit at mid-mountain until midnight, there's a vibrant après scene up the mountain, as well as lively bar-hopping to be done along the pedestrianised Via Roma in the village. There’s also a range of out-of-town options in the neighbouring hamlets.
Après ski is taken seriously in Courmayeur, and many of the bars lining Via Roma serve extensive complimentary antipasti alongside sparkling spritzes and local beers.
Located on the Via Roma the spacious Bar Roma is furnished with comfortable sofas and armchairs. It opens early, closes late and serves a spectacular array of free antipasti at apero time.
Contact: 00 39 340 530 9651; facebook.com/renzopallais
A fun spot up at Plan Checrouit, Super G is open from breakfast through lunch (with a choice of fast food or sit-down restaurant) to bar and drinks on the large glamorous terrace in the evening. DJs play daily from 3pm until 6pm and there are often live events too.
A cool modern place at the end of Via Roma, La Buvette has an extensive menu of beers and cocktails, and also serves light meals and salads. It’s open daily until 10pm.
Contact: 00 39 340 879 8839
A 1980s-themed venue (funnily enough), ClubHaus 80's pays tribute to the decade with club nights such as “Back to Studio 54”, complete with fancy dress.
One of Courmayeur's most expensive night-time venues, The Club hosts regular shows from guest DJs. It's located out of town in the neighbouring village of Dolonne in a building designed by architect Marco Lucchi, the name behind the Billionaire Club at Porto Cervo in Sardinia.