Whether you're holidaying with advanced skiers or as part of a family with small kids, visiting La Clusaz at Easter time will delight skiers of every ability, plus plenty fun away from the pistes too!
Less than an hour away from Geneva airport, La Clusaz ski resort is perfect for a family holiday at Easter time, or for anyone looking to get away for a short break without wasting too much time on travel.
La Clusaz has a great snowfall record thanks to its proximity to Mont Blanc, so skiing at Easter is possible, even when it falls late in the season. Warm sun, forgiving snow — and often some fresh snowfall — makes skiing a treat for every age and ability. Go sledging with the kids, or keen skiers might enjoy fresh snow at the north-facing and high altitude area of La Balme, where freestyle and freeride skiing legend, Candide Thovex, is often spotted filming his next video!
And with longer days, you can enjoy an après ski drink in the warm sunshine or simply enjoy the views that only the French Alps can offer. Don't forget to check when the 'full moon skiing' nights take place in case there's a full moon during Easter: you can ski under the light of the bright moon and stop for a meal or a drink at the many restaurants and bars dotted down the Crêt du Merle.
Although the ski resort of La Clusaz offers everything you're likely to need during your ski holiday, you can explore the entire Aravis ski area with an Aravis lift pass, which includes Le Grand Bornand in the skiable area. Lift pass, skis and ski schools — everything you need for skiing at Easter. We recommend sunscreen too!
For the widest range of Easter ski chalets in La Clusaz, look no further than OVO Network. Choose from options such as an outdoor pool or jacuzzi so you can enjoy the views from your terrace. And for anyone who enjoys mountain biking, don't forget to pop into the tourist office to ask for a summer bike trail map so you can enjoy another stay at one of our chalets.