La Clusaz piste map

La Clusaz piste map showing all the ski runs

Discover the ski area of La Clusaz with this full-sized map

Click on the map below to enlarge it to see the ski runs and names of ski trails in greater detail. If you're looking for cross-country trail maps for La Clusaz and the Aravis, we have a dedicated page for that too. View our Nordic skiing in La Clusaz page for more details.

La Clusaz piste map - winter ski slopes and ski trails

Getting around La Clusaz ski area

Not sure how to get from La Clusaz centre to the best ski area in the Aravis ski domain for you?

Try Beauregard for beginners and family fun, complete with restaurants for those who need a break and more challenging pistes if the greens get too easy.

Crêt du Merle provides access to the snowpark and is easily accessible from town, ensuring you're never far away if you need to get back quickly.

Take a bus or the lifts to Manigod areas of Merdassier and Croix Fry for a great variety of tree-lined runs and something for all levels, including a mini snowpark.

Thrill seekers might prefer La Balme and L'Etale for off-piste powder and steeper terrain.

La Balme is where you might also spot legendary local, Candide Thovex, who has achieved World Champion status in both freeride and freestyle. Watch him front flip off natural kickers or simply enjoy the new look-out point at the top, which hangs over a cliff face looking towards Mont Blanc!

L'Etale offers a wide-open piste from the télémix lift (a chairlift with some bubbles, which offer warmth and protection on cold and windy days). For those wishing to venture to the top, there are challenging reds and blacks as well as off-piste areas to choose from.

There is also a look-out point just a short walk from the chairlift. Turn left at the top of the chairlift and walk past the 'pisteurs' (ski patrol) hut and continue up the short path to for views over the Col des Aravis and beyond. Make sure you ski back to the lift if you want to avoid the black though!

All these areas are included in the standard La Clusaz lift pass, and with such a vast ski area, many of our guests find that they have all the fun they need on whichever peak of La Clusaz is closest to their accommodation. 

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Useful tips during your days skiing

We've put together some useful tips to help you make your ski holiday in La Clusaz is the best holiday ever. 

  • Remember to always check the weather before heading out for the day.
  • Make a checklist for kids to check each morning — helmet, gloves/mittens, eye protection, snack, sunscreen, jacket, anything else they need.
  • In case you need ski patrol, dial +33 4 50 32 65 15.
  • Take a piste map with you (available from the lift pass offices) so you know where you are, as well as where there are toilets and restaurants.
  • La Clusaz is spread over five peaks, so if you end up far away from your chalet at the end of the day, look for a ski bus to get you home.

Discover La Clusaz from an OVO Network chalet

As well as all those ski pistes, La Clusaz has a large network for cross-country skiing and plenty of off-piste areas to keep every skier happy. There are also dedicated ski touring paths on L'Etale which let you skin up the snowy tracks and ski down the groomed runs. Of course, there are plenty of activities for the whole family away from the pistes too!

Skiers and non-skiers alike love staying in OVO Network chalets, which contain all the extras you wish for during your ski holidays, such as free WiFi, spacious living areas and comfortable bedding. For extra luxury, use our filters to search fo chalets with pools or family-friendly chalets with extras that the kids will love.

You're sure to find something to suit your group's needs so take a look at our self-catered accommodation in La Clusaz, Manigod and Le Grand Bornand to find your ideal holiday rental for your next trip to the Massif des Aravis.

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