Family Orientated Resort Morven Dobson, Ski Specialist

"Flaine has a great location within the Grand Massif area and thanks to its altitude it’s one of the most snow-sure resorts with a short transfer from Geneva. The “Cascade” blue slope from Flaine to Sixt which offers 14km non-stop of skiing is a must do! I also highly recommend staying at either Flaine Montsoleil or Le Centaure - both very good four star residences."

Activities in Flaine

Ice Driving

The Flaine ice driving circuit consists of a technical layout, 1000m long, recreating the difficulties encountered on a mountain road: fast curves, bends, hairpin bends, ascents and descents. For several years now, the Flaine circuit has been a training ground for well-known drivers and personalities.

Helicopter Flights

See the Alps with a bird's eye view! See the Grand Massif, the Megève valley and the Aravis mountains, the Mer de Glace or the Mont-Blanc range from the air.

Cross-country Skiing

Le Col de Pierre Carrée (1844 metres) offers the highest cross-country skiing area, with some of the best snow cover in the Alps with 5 km of marked skating of classic cross-country trails offering spectacular views. If you're looking for more, you'll find the Agy area boasts 30 kms of tracks though it is 30 minutes away from Flaine itself.

Night-time Snowshoeing trips

Night-time snowshoeing trips including a typical Savoyard meal in a mountain chalet. Guide and equipment provided.

Additionally there is dog sledding, snowmobiling, snowkiting, paragliding, quad biking on ice as well as an indoor climbing wall, bowling alley, cinema and the unmissable human table football!

The leisure facilities at the Residence Le Centaure are open to the public (at a fee) and include a heated indoor pool, baby pool, steam baths, saunas and Jacuzzi as well as a gym and a spa offering massages and beauty treatments.