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La Clusaz

Ski Area

Known for being one of the most authentic-feeling French resorts, as well as one of the quickest and easiest to reach from the UK and from Geneva Airport, La Clusaz is also one of the oldest French ski destinations and has one of the most extensive ski areas for a traditional French resort. In fact, those slopes extend over five areas, largely interlinked and divided into more than 80 runs served by more than 50 lifts.

There are plenty of runs for all ability levels to enjoy, and some magnificent scenic views to take in too, including breath-taking views of Mont Blanc. Along with gentle slopes for beginners, intermediate skiers will find extensive terrain for their ability level and experts will also enjoy several classic black runs plus have the option to book a guide to tackle some of the famous freeriding here which is easily accessible from the resort.

Down in resort La Clusaz is an unspoilt mid-sized mountain town where you can be assured of fresh, locally sourced cuisine prepared on-site whether in the traditional boulangeries or the authentic restaurants. There is also a good range of lively bars and late night spots in which to round off your day.

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Transfer Details

  • Geneva : 1hr

Key Facts

Key facts for La Clusaz

  • There are some excellent beginner areas around the resort, based in both the mountains and down in the village.
  • The regional Aravis ski pass also includes several more nearby ski areas (La Clusaz, Grand Bornand, St Jean de Sixt and Manigod)
  • La Clusaz is widely renowned for its amazing cross-country skiing and boasts the largest Nordic ski area in the Haute Savoie.
  • For a spot of après on the pistes, ski back towards the village on the blue Merle run and stop for a drink or two en route.
  • Enjoy the stunning views of the valley at the Cave du Paccaly bar.