Flaine

Flaine

Things to do - general

Flaine ski resort

Built at the bottom of a large natural cirque in the late 1960s, Flaine is a family-friendly resort with a car-free village centre featuring a large sculpture by Picasso and other artworks. While its modern concrete buildings aren’t as charming as more traditional resorts, it has magnificent scenery and excellent skiing.

Season

December 16, 2017 – April 15, 2018

Ski area

Flaine is part of the 265 kilometre Grand Massif ski area, which rises in altitude from 1,600 to 2,500 metres. Flaine itself stretches across 140 kilometres, with eight green runs, 26 blue, 25 red and five black. The longest trail is the 14 kilometre-long Les Cascades. It also has the largest terrain park in the Grand Massif.

Accommodation

Ski-in/ski-out self-catering apartments are the way to go here.

Off-piste

Activities include ice diving, paragliding, snowmobiling, ice quadbiking and buggy driving, snowkiting and scenic helicopter flights. It also has a cinema, aquatic centre, art centre, bowling alley and an ice skating rink.

CountryFrance
Languages spokenFrench
Currency usedEUR
Transfer time

Cluses train station: 45min

Geneva airport: 1hr 15min

Resort altitude1,600m
Linked ski area

Grand Massif (5 resorts)

Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoens, Sixt Fer à Cheval

Skiable area

265 km of runs

148 runs (20 greens, 64  blues, 50 reds, 14 blacks)

Number of lifts71

Video

Flaine ski video

Trail maps

Grand Massif trail map

Location

Where to stay in Flaine

Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Eos

Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Eos

Flaine
Price per person $920
Weekly ski package incl lift pass – Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Terrasses d’Eo More info
Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Helios

Premium Residence Les Terrasses d'Helios

Flaine
Price per person $1,019
Weekly ski package incl lift pass –  Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Les Terrasses d’H More info

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