La Clusaz – France

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La Clusaz has been attracting skiers since the early 1900’s and nowadays is more popular than ever as people flock here for spectacular scenery, reliable skiing on five well-connected mountains, and plenty to see and do off the slopes. At just one hour from Geneva la Clusaz (La clue-sa) is also rapidly becoming a popular short break destination, and the resort has kept pace with demand through constant improvements of its infrastructure. The Beauregard gondola that opened in 2003 is the most significant of these, improving uplift capacity to 53,000 people per hour.
The village itself is centered around a traditional church and market square, and has plenty of excellent bars and restaurants as well as three streets lined with shops. Non-skiers will find more to do here than in many other resorts and parents will find it easier to amuse younger visitors with an excellent aqua park in resort. A day trip to the nearby lakeside town of Annecy is another good option.

  1. Take an aerial view with a tandem paraglide.
  2. Swimming in the outdoor pools with views overlooking La Clusaz and the Cret du Merle Piste.
  3. Go skiing behind horses - otherwise known as ski joering.
  4. Cross-country skiing over some of the 70km of pistes on the Beauregard and Confins plateaus.
  5. Snowshoeing is a fantastic way to enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountains.

La Clusaz blogs

The roots of freestyle skiing in La Clusaz

Posted by Wendy Hollands on 7th April 2015

If you’ve seen Candide Thovex’s lateset video, you might be interested to know that he started out training in the bumps. Competitive mogul skiing was new and popular when he was a kid, and he strayed from traditional downhill racing to explore freestyle skiing.

The prettiest ski area in France?

Posted by Alf Alderson on 7th April 2015

Is Le Grand Bornand the prettiest ski resort in France? I think it may be, and if not then it’s only because its neighbour La Clusaz is just as lovely.

I recently spent three days there, and whilst I can’t claim to have skied every ski resort in France and thus be in a position to make a true comparison, I don’t imagine anyone would be disappointed at the charming combination of scenery and skiing that these two resorts offer.

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At a glance

Resort altitude1110 m
Highest lift2477 m
Lowest lift1110 m
km of piste128
Number of lifts45
Beginner pistes60%
Intermediate pistes28%
Advanced pistes12%
Snow parks2
Nearest airportGeneva
(71 km)
Lift pass price€188 / 6 days
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