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Discover La CLusaz

"La Clusaz is an exceptional place where both pride in tradition and local history and a love for winter sports, is shared across the generations. This is where tradition joins with the vibrant «Outdoor» lifestyle and forms the beating heart of the village, where you can make an early morning stop off on your skis to get a fresh Reblochon from a farm along the slopes and then spend the afternoon on a freeriding circuit. The villagers are delighted to welcome visitors and share their love of their village, set deep in the magnificent heart of nature. La Clusaz is much more than just a mountain resort, it is a guarantee of an amazing experience."

Image by Eirik Uhlen


La Clusaz, is the ideal destination for quality ski experiences and offers a large diversity of slopes, tracks and descents. The resort is also reknowned for the variety of its outstanding off-piste opportunities, through forest or high mountain, either south-facing or northfacing.

There are 5 interconnected mountains by piste and lifts and as you move from one to another in an anti-clockwise direction the level of difficulty rises. The first mountain offers wonderfully long, tree lined easy slopes, perfect for beginners or nervous intermediates to build up their skills and confidence. Mountains two, three and four are ideal of confident intermediates and those looking to progress whilst the La Balme areas of Mountain five offers high Alpine, steep and deep challenges for advanced skiers and boarders. 

The Village

The town of La Clusaz is a genuine mountain village, littered with old buildings, tastefully built new chalets and with a rustic and charming centre. Despite being far from small, the main village has been careful to preserve its traditional Savoyard look and feel. The skyline is still dominated by the 18th-century belltower of the Eglise Sainte-Foy. The beautiful village of La Clusaz has its roots in the Middle Ages and recently celebrated a century of winter sports. 

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Image by Greg Rosenke


Discover the forests, the snow-covered pastures and the superb panoramas of the Aravis, thanks to the 30 km of groomed circuits of La Clusaz and the 95 km of marked snowshoe trails of the Massif des Aravis.

On a fine day, you can admire the Mont Blanc from the Plateau de Beauregard, or enjoy the 360° panorama facing the Aravis valleys from the Tête du Danay! From easy family walks to day outings, there is something for everyone.

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