For a high and very tricky approach, courchevel is one that will test nerves and skill. In real life you need a mountain flying rating before flying into these airports
Courchevel is most famous for its flattened out z appearance. In that the threshold and end of runway are flat with a very steep gradient in between.
I think from memory standard FSX displays Courchevel as only a steep sloping runway, however there is a very good and detailed FREE add on that maps the area and surroundings. This will replicate the runway better.
A video of take off and landing at Courchevel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNFNFZq2BFY
Once you have that one all worked out and what an even better challenge, Lukla is your next stop in Nepal (is it at the base of mount everest ?) Very high and very short with a steep runway. Again there is a brilliant FREE and detailed add on for this airport which is gorgeous. Very very difficult.
I tried this in the Dornier do-27 and if you don't put in full throttle on the up slope, she just does not give enough power to get you over the hill !!!, then you are in real trouble !!!!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqgZvb37 ... re=related