Flaine

Ski resorts in France
Welcome to the winter sports resort of Flaine
Reignite your passion for the snow...

Flaine is located in the Haute-Savoie region, between Geneva and Chamonix Mont-Blanc, nestling at the summit of one of the largest linked ski areas in France, the Grand Massif.
A functional "ski-in/ski-out" resort, where everything is designed to make your holiday hassle-free.
Ski resort: Flaine
Clear your mind ... immerse yourself in a universe of pure pleasure.
Cars are not allowed here. Shops, services and ski lifts are on your doorstep.
Put your skis on and set out to discover an exceptional resort: a melting pot of genres, Flaine successfully combines the past and the present.
Devour 265 kilometres of the most beautiful ski runs in France, try your hand at the snowpark, take to the skies with a
Flaine belong to Le Grand Massif.

Flaine Snow forecast

  • Sunday
    0 ft
    Sun/clear sky
    39°F
    1 mph
  • Monday
    0 ft
    Sun/clear sky
    36°F
    2 mph
  • Tuesday
    2 in snow
    Sleet
    32°F
    2 mph
 

Facts about Flaine

Number of slopes:65
Learning / beginner Green slopes:8
Easy Blue slopes:27
Intermediate Red slopes:25
Advanced / Expert Black slopes:5
Evening skiing:4 number of slopes
Artificial snow:30 number of slopes
Total length of pistes:164.7 miles

Lifts (Total: 25)
Gondola lift:2
Aerial tramway:1
Chair lifts:10

Vertical drop
Flaine Vertical drop
Highest Point: 8202 ft
Vertical drop: 2953 ft
Base Point: 5249 ft

Season
Start: 9 December
End:20 April

Areas
Snowparks:3
Childrens area:6
Country: France
Rhône-Alpes

Reviews for Flaine

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Ortsgrisen
Ortsgrisen (Guest)
25/03/2019
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For us, Scandinavians must be one of the most underrated ski resorts in the Alps! We have just completed a "minitour" where Megeve, Avoriaz (Port Du ... Read more (94 words)
Karin
Karin (Guest)
02/10/2018
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Snow-proof and top-fine skiing both in the slopes and outside

JohanA78
20/03/2014
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Firstly, the village is awful. The houses are in gray concrete. However, there are nice and nice cabins to rent (via www.ski-france.com for example). ... Read more (126 words)
Gubbåkare
Gubbåkare (Guest)
27/01/2011
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After five skiing days in Flaine last week, it landed in a surprisingly high grade. Our expectations were extremely low after having been intensive wa... Read more (285 words)
Allimac
24/02/2006
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Flaine is a good ski area. No lift queue, no people and you can go to the powder in the Gers valley a week after the last snowfall when nobody else d... Read more (47 words)
Farfar
18/05/2004
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Flaine or Le Grand Massif with the villages Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoens and Sixt is perhaps France's most underrated ski resort. I found he... Read more (249 words)
Fritzan
06/03/2002
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France's third largest ski area where Flaine is one of the cities. Flaine is built in concrete and there are lifts on rails between the city's levels.... Read more (56 words)

Most popular photo

Rider: Morten Johansen Photo: Jeg

Trail map

Trail map Flaine

Nearby ski resorts

Les Carroz D'araches2.5 miles
Sixt5 miles
Samoëns5 miles
Morillon5 miles
Combloux8.1 miles
Saint Gervais Mont-blanc8.1 miles
Les Houches9.3 miles
Chamonix9.9 miles

Airports near Flaine

Genève Aéroport
Driving time: 1 hour, 21 minutes (58 miles)
Distance: 32 miles
Chambery Airport
Driving time: 1 hour, 40 minutes (83 miles)
Distance: 46 miles
Lyon–Saint Exupéry Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 18 minutes (131 miles)
Distance: 79 miles
Grenoble Alpes-Isère Airport
Driving time: 2 hours, 23 minutes (133 miles)
Distance: 79 miles
Torino Airport
Driving time: 3 hours, 2 minutes (143 miles)
Distance: 73 miles