Thinking of skiing in La Clusaz? La Clusaz is a traditional & friendly mountain village. One of the most easily accessible resorts from Geneva (1hr) and one of the shortest drives from Calais too.
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Why La Clusaz Ski Resort?
- Short transfer from Geneva airport - just 1 hour away
- One of the quickest drives from Calais
- A dynamic international resort boasting an exceptional ski area
- The centre of the village has been improved in order to improve pedestrian access
La Clusaz (Aravis-Lake Annecy) Information
The Lake Annecy Ski Resorts represent and bring together the four resorts of the Massif des Aravis: La Clusaz, Le Grand-Bornand, Manigod and Saint-Jean-de-Sixt.
At the crossroads of Europe, La Clusaz is a charming village with traditional architecture - a friendly mountain village that’s retained its charm and is one of the most accessible resorts from Geneva (just an hour away) and one of the closest to Calais too.
A dynamic international resort, La Clusaz boasts an exceptional ski area and offers a unique journey in an unspoilt setting. From the most serious skiers and boarders to après-ski enthusiasts, everyone will be happy with their choice of La Clusaz.
The centre of the village has had a facelift in order to improve pedestrian access. There are now two paved areas in front of the church and town hall, with large terraces in front of the arched arcades and shops. Small trees, sourced from local area, have been added to the area and are gently lit in the evenings.
Peak Retreats offers a range of La Clusaz accommodation options. All of La Clusaz' ski apartments and hotels have been hand-picked and are of a very high standard (3, 4 & 5*), providing the ideal base for a La Clusaz ski holiday.
Journalist Rob Freeman gave La Clusaz a 'perfect ten' in his recent review - read his article here!
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La Clusaz ski facts:
- No. of slopes: 135
- Green slopes: 36
- Blue slopes: 45
- Red slopes: 44