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Safety concerns everyone!

On the ski slopes, we don’t fool around with safety!

Safety on the ski slopes is managed in each resort by the piste services, staffed by specially trained and qualified personnel: ski and rescue patrol, piste grooming machine operators, snow-makers, avalanche controllers, snow-weather observers, avalanche dog handlers, and piste control operators.

To give an example, over 2000 rescues were carried out on the Grand Massif slopes during the 2021-2022 winter season.

But safety is also a matter for everyone!

To ensure that your holiday goes as smoothly as possible, we have revised the code of conduct on the slopes, which is based on 10 rules.

Download the piste code of conduct and see how much you know about each of these 10 rules.

GREATLY IMPROVING SAFETY ON THE SLOPES

At the end of the 2022 winter season, a survey was sent to our clientele on the subject of safety on the ski slopes. We had 13,250 responses for which we would like to thank you.
Following analysis of this survey and after a year of teamwork within the Grand Massif as a destination, in collaboration with the Isoskele agency, a large-scale awareness-raising campaign was launched in all 5 resorts: Flaine - Les Carroz - Morillon - Samoëns - Sixt. The aim of this campaign is to raise awareness and change behaviour so that skiing along with others in our ski area remains a pleasure for everybody.