Modern, efficient and environmentally friendly, the Grand Massif ski area is suitable for skiers of all levels, solo, group or family.

Close and accessible, from Lyon, Annecy and Geneva, the Grand Massif combines several ski areas located 1100 to 2500 meters above sea level in Haute-Savoie. There are five ski resorts: Samoens, Flaine, Les Carroz d’Araches, Morillon and Sixt-Fer-a-Cheval. In the heart of the Haute-Savoie and facing Mont Blanc, this incomparable ski area includes, in addition to classified sites, 23 green slopes for beginners, 61 blue runs and 44 red slopes for medium-level skiers. The 11 black runs are dedicated to the most experienced skiers. In all, 265 kilometers of skiing, connected by a modern, efficient and comfortable network of ski lifts.

Access the map of the slopes here.

Explore the ski pass options available at Samoëns/Grand Massif:

  1. Samoëns Beginner Ski Pass: This gives access to Samoëns 1600 and use of the lifts in the beginner sector: 2 return Grand Massif Express or Vercland gondolas – Pendant, Château, Babuches and Plateau lifts – Damoiseaux and Demoiselles chairlifts. Beginner skiing is free on the Oratoire carpet.
  2. Vill4ges Pass: This pass is perfect for those wishing to explore more broadly. It grants the freedom to ski at Samoëns, Morillon, Les Carroz, and Sixt Fer à Cheval, offering a diverse and enriching skiing experience.
  3. Grand Massif Pass: For the ultimate skiing experience, opt for the Grand Massif pass. It encompasses all the offerings of the Vill4ges pass, adding the slopes of Flaine. This pass is designed for those looking to maximize their skiing experience across the entire Samoëns/Grand Massif ski area.

These passes are tailored to meet the needs of skiers at all levels, from beginners to experts, by offering a variety of options across the beautiful Samoëns/Grand Massif ski area.

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