Flaine ski resort
Flaine is a family-friendly ski resort built at the bottom of a large glacial cirque in the late 1960s.
It has 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.
December 12, 2020 – April 17, 2021
Flaine ski resort 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 8 green runs, 26 blue, 25 red and 5 black.
The longest trail is the 14 kilometre-long Les Cascades.
It also has the largest terrain park in the Grand Massif.
Ski-in/ski-out self-catering apartments are the way to go here.
Non-ski activities and experiences
Activities include ice diving, paragliding, snowmobiling, ice quad-biking and buggy driving, snow-kiting and scenic helicopter flights.
It also has a cinema, aquatic centre, art centre, bowling alley and an ice-skating rink.
|Linked ski area|
Grand Massif (5 resorts)
Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoens, Sixt Fer à Cheval
265 km of runs
148 runs (20 greens, 64 blues, 50 reds, 14 blacks)
|Number of lifts||71|