Do you want to ski in one of the largest French ski resorts? Then Grand Massif is what you are looking for.
This ski area is located in France and is very close to Chamonix and Geneva. It has 265 km of slopes and this makes it the 4th largest ski area in France.
It has tracks for all levels: 20 green tracks, 64 blue, 50 red and 14 black. In addition, thanks to its geographical location and high altitude, it allows the snow to last throughout the winter season, which runs from late November to late April.
Another important fact about Grand Massif is that 80% of its slopes are oriented to the North, which causes very abundant snow depths and exceptional quality.
Thanks to the wide ski areait covers, you can ski through hundreds of hectares and in a very varied area, through forests and unspoiled nature.
In which ski resorts can you ski with Esquiades.com?
Grand Massif is made up of 5 ski resorts and with your ski pass you can ski through all of them: Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval (which is the set of towns most little ones).
In addition, the lowest point of the resort is 700 meters, while the highest point is 2,500 meters, so it is impossible for you to get bored in this domain.
- Flaine : This is the highest resort in the ski area and all accommodations are directly on the slopes. In fact, it is forbidden to drive a car or motorcycle in this town. Skiers and snowboarders have preference over any motor vehicle.
- Les Carroz : It is located very close to the town of Flaine and at an altitude of 1,140 meters. This picturesque village is characterized by its architecture typical of the Alpine landscapes and, thanks to its tranquility, it is ideal for a family ski holiday. Before tourism was the engine of this place, its inhabitants were dedicated to the manufacture of watch parts.
- Morillon: It is located at a lower altitude than the two previous resorts, between 700 meters and 1,100 meters. In this town you can enjoy the characteristic architecture of the region such as its chapels and church. In addition, it offers activities with music, theater or folkloric evenings that make up a luxury après-ski.
- Samoëns: It is the only area that is designated as a World Heritage Site since it has numerous historical buildings. It is characterized by its union with ancient tradition and care for the environment, which makes this ski resort one of the most attractive in the domain.
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