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One of the largest ski areas The Grand Massif is one of the largest ski areas situated at the heart of the Upper Savoy region of the Northern Alps, between Geneva and Chamonix. 5 linked ski resorts ranging from 700 m to 2500 m in altitude: Flaine...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Route du Telecabine, 74300 Les Carroz-d'Araches, France
We generally prefer Austria to France but Our trip to Les Carroz has definitely changed our view! We had a fabulous week of skiing over Easter and were very lucky with the quality of snow so late in the season. Empty slopes and no queues...More
We don't usually rate the skiing as France as well as Austria but I have to say that our experience this year (Champagny en Vanoise at Christmas and Les Carroz at half term) have changed that somewhat. We chose France because we could drive (saves...More
We love Les Carroz and I can't understand what people are talking about when they say the people in the village in the shops etc are unfriendly - that is not our experience at all! All very helpful and very appreciative of our attempts to...More
My partner was already up the mountain skiing with friends. I wanted to take my two children (aged just over two and a half and eighteen months) on the Telecabine as foot passengers to meet her for lunch. Children under the age of 5 travel...More
If you search for ski location near Geneva with kids: this is our favorite. Easy and quick to reach. All levels of ski. Connected to the vast grand massif system. Plenty of nice restaurants. On powder days , many nice hidden and not so hidden...More
The ski area is quite ok, not really easy to get to Flaine Area (where ski slopes are amazing) although it is part of the same domaine.
The really down side is the village of Les Carroz, it is not that pretty but what really...More