La Clusaz is filled with a multitude of outdoor activities and indoor opportunities from mountain biking to hiking, sunbathing at the aquapark or on the banks of Lake Annecy.
La Clusaz is a traditional alpine resort set in the Aravis mountain range. The exciting range of sporting and cultural events as well as lively, free family entertainment means its an excellent summer destination (and winter).
La Clusaz was awarded its coat of arms on October 7th 1601. The ram, a symbol of gentleness and belief, represents farming which was for many years the main economic activity for this area, which to this day still remains loyal to its cultural heritage.
La Clusaz is very close to Geneva so makes it ideal for those not wanting a long transfer from the airport and one of the easiest resorts to access from the motorway at Annecy and also amongst the shortest drive from the UK.
La Clusaz has ample restaurants and bars to suit all tastes and budgets.
There are a number of areas of outstanding beauty:
Aravis reserve - the reserve extends over 3747ha of which 629 are in La Clusaz. There is a wide variety of wild animals including, ibexes, marmots, foxes, badgers, wild boars, roes, deers and at the last count we had 600 chamois!
Aravis pass - the Col des Aravis is a mountain pass in the French Alps that connects the towns of La Clusaz in Haute-Savoie with La Giettaz in Savoie. The pass is often used as part of the route in the Tour de France. You will find there various restaurants, shops, mountain paths and a chapel. It is one of the best perspectives over the Mont-Blanc.
Confins Lakes - glacial lake located at 1450m in the natural reserve of the Aravis Mountain Range. The Lake of Les Confins offers an exceptional site and an excellent view of the surrounding mountains. Paths, pedestrians and mountain biking, around the Lake.