The Grand Massif is the 4th largest ski-linked area in France. It rises up to an altitude of 2500m. Surrounded by grandiose scenery, the Grand Massif affords a truly breath-taking panoramic view of the French side of the Mont Blanc mountain range.
The 5 linked resorts - Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt - are set in remarkably diverse, yet complementary locations.
Altitude resorts, ski-in ski-out resorts, car-free village and village resorts; each offering amazingly quick access to the Grand Massif's 144 pistes.
Beginner and Green Mouse Beginner skipass all the week
Bronze Mouse and Cristal Beginner skipass the first two days
Crtstal Bronze Beginner skipass the first day
Silver Cristal to Diamond Massif Skipass
Run Grand Massif skipass
Each of the 5 ski resorts in Grand Massif has its own specificities, thus forming a set both harmonious and complementary. All linked together, Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval each offers various accommodation options, from small family cottage to the 5-star residence.
It is these contrasts and the constant search for balance that makes Grand Massif a ski spot suited for everyone. As a couple, with friends or family, visitors have the opportunity to encounter the typical Savoyard charms of each ski resorts. Grand Massif will delight all lovers of skiing in the wilderness.
Area limited to the Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt-Fer-à-Cheval stations and the Vernant valley.
Warning: the Massif package does not include the Flaine ski area.
Access to only 93 tracks and 42 lifts, between 700 and 2200m.
Highest resorts in the area, Flaine towers Grand Massif with its 1600m altitude. This resort, listed as an historic monument, is one of the most legendary resort and can be find in the center of a vast natural amphitheatre.
Flaine has an extraordinary environment. In addition, the resort allows visitors to directly access slopes, where exceptional snow waits ahead, without having to take off their skis.