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The Grand Massif ski area is one of the largest in the French Alps. It's the perfect destination for discovering or rediscovering the pleasures of the snow, whatever your level of ability, thanks to its wide range of pistes and activities. And in each of its 5 resorts it takes on a new look, but always covered in a beautiful white coat full of promise and freedom.
Located between Chamonix and Geneva, the Grand Massif ski resort offers 139 pistes for all levels of ability, all of which benefit from an abundance of snow.
Every year, the resort attracts thousands of visitors, from ski enthusiasts who come to enjoy the 40,000 hectares of playground, to mountain lovers who venture out in search of the best views of Mont Blanc.
The Grand Massif ski area is made up of 5 resorts that allow you to immerse yourself in an incredible world in the heart of the French Alps and Haute-Savoie. Each of these resorts has its own identity and invites you to discover the Grand Massif from different angles. Here are just a few of the destinations where you can stay in this resort:
Flaine is the resort that offers you a natural, typically Savoyard charm for a unique and complete change of scenery.
Les Carroz d'Araches is the most accessible resort. Situated at an altitude of 1,200 metres, it offers a wide range of activities both in summer and winter.
Samoëns attracts tourists mainly because of its rich historical heritage. You can also discover an unspoilt natural environment that invites you to relax while you enjoy the various slopes.
Discover all of the resorts below:
Le Grand Massif is the first resort in the world to be awarded Green Globe certification for its slopes, lifts and ancillary services.
This certification is awarded when the resort complies with certain principles approved by around a hundred governments, as part of a programme covering 40 themes. The emphasis is on supporting the local economy and protecting the environment through sustainable development. A follow-up audit is carried out every two years to reassess the resort's commitments.
The Domaine du Grand Massif is involved in a number of initiatives, such as the monitoring of biodiversity over an area of 1,400 hectares and the promotion of the local economy with the creation of the "Origine Grand Massif" label in 2014. A series of measures have also been taken to reduce the impact on the environment, including the removal of old infrastructure, the distribution of pocket ashtrays to all holidaymakers, the installation of waste bins at ski lifts, the introduction of selective sorting on the slopes, the use of organic oils for snow groomers, etc.
Educational activities are also carried out to raise awareness of the local fauna. These actions contribute to the preservation of the environment and benefit everyone, residents and tourists alike.
Samoëns is not only a ski resort with many slopes and top quality facilities, but also a village with a rich historical and cultural heritage. World famous for its stone carvers, the village of the seven mountains is now full of sculptures, each more beautiful than the last.
In the heart of a welcoming and unspoilt natural environment, the resort of Morillon welcomes you to a charming traditional village. It's completely pedestrianised so you can get around on your skis.
A magnificent village in Haute-Savoie, Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval is famous for its incredible architectural heritage, but above all for its breathtaking listed natural sites such as the Cascade du Rouget, the Cirque du Fer-à-Cheval, the Gorges des Tines, its 12th century abbey, etc.
Les Carroz d'Araches, a charming ski resort, offers a picturesque setting with a distinct character. Nestled at different altitudes, from the village center to higher elevations, it provides a diverse skiing experience. The resort's layout invites exploration, with key points like Les Carroz Village, Les Molliets, and the Hameau de Flaine offering unique atmospheres. The village unfolds as a delightful panorama, showcasing a blend of traditional architecture and modern amenities.
The Flaine resort was designed and created by world-renowned architect Marcel Breuer. The ski-in/ski-out resort is spread over 5 levels, with Flaine Front de neige at an altitude of 1,500 metres, Flaine Forum at 1,600 metres, Flaine Forêt at 1,700 metres, Flaine Montsoleil at 1,750 metres and the Hameau de Flaine at 1,800 metres. A veritable open-air museum, Flaine invites you to discover its many listed buildings and works by Dubuffet, Vasarely and Picasso.
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