La Clusaz

Ski resorts in France
Lifts (17/49)
Slopes (38/83)
Snow depth
2600 m
1100 m
230 cm
50 cm
0°C
-3°C
La Clusaz and Manigod are located on the north-west flank of the Aravis massif. This favourable position gives them a combined average snowfall of more than 6 metres at an altitude of 1,860 metres.

The La Clusaz ski area extends over 4 massifs: Beauregard - Étale - Aiguille - Balme.

The Manigod ski area includes the La Croix-Fry and Merdassier sectors.

These two connected areas comprise a total of 84 runs and 49 ski lifts, the tops of which reach up to an altitude of 2,600 metres,and
provide 1,500 metres of descents, as well as breath-taking views of Mont Blanc.

The La Clusaz and Manigod ski areas are connected to the Grand-Bornand ski area in the Aravis massif via special ski passes.

Snow forecast

  • Monday

    13.9 cm snow
    Lätt snöfall
    -10°
    1 m/s
  • Tuesday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy
    -11°
    1 m/s
  • Wednesday

    0 cm
    Fair
    -12°
    1 m/s
What do you think about La Clusaz?
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Carocero
Carocero (Guest)
10/10/2017 (Modified: 10/10/2017)
Home ski resorts of the biggest freeride champions as Candide Thovex, Seb Michaud and Loic Collomb Patton! A nice place for eating, chilling.... party! Brand new ski lifts also...Unmissable!


JohanA78
20/03/2014
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Very nice to be France (French ski resorts tend to lean the bunker-way otherwise). The Engels verkara has brought a nice and somewhat luxurious Ibiza feeling to the place, though it is still cheap.

When we were there it was incredibly warm and the snow was flowing out and it is too low for any longer season. However, there are good-quality off-piste of good quality and with good snow conditions it can be really good.

As mentioned, there are many jibs here and if you are lucky you can see really sick jumps in the park.

(Guest)
24/01/2013
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Just returned home, my first review here at Freeride. Writing because I've been lurking around here for a few years and they are good at helping me a little.

That said, very French. Really good family resort, riding for everyone. Good much more readily available than in many other places, I imagine (three valleys + Ischgl I have been in earlier). Something for you looking for a smaller place, snap lower prices for most and good skiing. A lot of snow there now, over 3 meters. The neighboring Le Grand Bondant is a tip.

I am a creative rider with regard to type 10 years far from ride, frequency and age, 42 years now and drive freeride but always looking for loose if there is.

With turbines you do not have to go far to find pristine areas ...

Peacefrog
28/12/2006
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Really good about a little laid coat. Kant for its couloirer and many talented jib fransoser. Bike an average nightlife and nara to Geneva. Hallows with, French, French, good and bad.

nikofransk
27/10/2006
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the low pressure system re-pump in the Leman Lake, and hit us just before Chamonix. That is one of the last winters secrets of aravis mountain range.

den oskyldige
den oskyldige (Guest)
29/05/2006
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Awesome place, sick nice offpiste, no Swedes, unfortunately there are some English tourists. Devilish French.

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