Grand Massif Ski Area

It's right at the center of the Alpes, halfway between Chamonix and Geneva, that Grand Massif welcomes winter sports enthusiasts on a ski area of character and contrasts.

From the green slopes, perfect for beginners, to the black slopes for experienced skiers and snowboarders, Grand Massif fulfils snow fans of all levels. Located in the Haute-Savoie and facing the Mont Blanc, the area offers a preserved environment and a breathtaking panorama.

The Grand Massif ski area is home to 67 ski lifts and 142 slopes:

- 23 green slopes,
- 60 blue slopes,
- 47 red slopes,
- 12 black slopes.

Thanks to its exceptional geographic position and its high altitude, the skiing area has an excellent snow conditions throughout the winter season. In addition, 80% of the Grand Massif slopes are facing north, which means the snow is not only abundant, but also of excellent quality.

Grand Massif, it's an extremely diverse ski area with vast untouched spaces and snow abundance design for nature lovers. Born more than 30 years ago during the 1982-1983 winter, Grand Massif is an exceptional destination both for its environment and for the quality of its ski area. This immense area of almost 40 000 hectares was born from a liaison created between La Tête des Saix and the four ski resort that form it : Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon and Samoëns.

In addition, Grand Massif's history is closely linked to the history of winter sports in France. Les Carroz, one of Grand Massif's gems, hosted in 1939 the first ever ski lift. 1600 meters long, it erected this resort to the rank of first French ski resort. Find furthermore information about our 5 resorts : FLAINE - LES CARROZ - MORILLON - SAMOENS - SIXT


Flaine, the adventurous resort

Experience the resort of Flaine

Les Carroz

Les Carroz, the family resort

Experience the resort of Les Carroz


Morillon, the user-friendly resort

Experience the resort of Morillon


Samoëns, the traditional resort

Experience the resort of Samoëns


Sixt, the authentic resort

Experience the resort of Sixt