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Flaine (GVA)
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Skiing Flaine

Flaine a doorstop skiing resort with a pedestrian-only centre sits at an altitude of 1,600m.  The resort is spread over 3 levels – Flaine Foret, Flaine Forum and Flaine Front de Neige) which are linked by outdoor escalators and foot paths.

With its unique, contemporary architecture, the French ski resort of Flaine also offers a wonderful cultural heritage that you will have the opportunity to appreciate just by strolling through the streets of the ski resort. Works of Vasarely, Dubuffet or Picasso are represented as well as various listed buildings.

For après-ski activities in Flaine, you have a good choice for the whole family such as the toboggan run, ice-skating on the natural ice rink, footpaths for walking and snow-shoeing or relaxing and having fun in the 2,000m² aquatic centre in the Flaine resort.

Skiing in Flaine

 

The ski resort of Flaine, in the Haute Savoie, between Geneva and the Mont Blanc, is ideally located at the heart of the 4th largest ski area in France linking the ski resorts of Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns, Sixt. The ski area offers modern and highly functional equipment and its geographical situation ensures exceptional snow conditions. The Grand Massif ski area caters for all levels from first time skiers to experts who will love the off-piste skiing in the “Combe de Gers”.  There are 3 Jamparks set up in the skiing area of the Grand Massif for the greater pleasure of freestylers of all ages and all levels.

Cross-country skiing is possible in Flaine at the Col de Pierre Carrée mountain pass (1,844 m) which offers the highest altitude Nordic skiing area in the Alps.  5 km of marked tracks for skating and classic Nordic skiing are at your disposal with excellent snow conditions thanks to the high altitude.  Agy, 30 minutes from Flaine, offers a further 33.5 km of Nordic skiing tracks.

Thanks to its exceptional geographic position and its high altitude, the skiing area has an excellent snow conditions throughout the winter season.  In addition, 80% of the Grand Massif slopes are facing north, which means the snow is not only abundant, but also of excellent quality.

Grand Massif, it’s an extremely diverse ski area with vast untouched spaces and snow abundance design for nature lovers.

Free lifts – Pre chairlift, Flaine Forum bucket lift & Bissac moving walkway.

 

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