Skiing in La Clusaz
Picturesque village in the Haute Savoie
This small resort owes its popularity to its Savoyard charm and character
Low altitude but excellent snow record
For a small resort, La Clusaz has a total of 220km to explore within the Aravis ski area and although a low altitude, the resort has excellent snow records.
Skiing for all abilities
Great for all abilities, La Clusaz has runs to suit everyone. Beginners will be particularly well taken care of with 63% of runs being green and blue. Advanced skiers should head up to the La Balme and Torchere bowl for steep runs and free ride terrain
Fantastic for foodies
La Clusaz has a great select of mountain restaurants, bars and cafes. Not to mention, it is also famouns for its local produce available in restaurants, shops and the local weekly market including wine, cheese (reblochon and chevatin, pastries and ham.
Where to Après
Not renowned for its après, La Clusaz is still a lively resort. Check out Aves du Paccaly, a delightful rustic bar in the village centre with scrubbed tables and old wood decor. Pressoir, has a vast selection of international beers and is a great sporting venue.
Where to Eat
As mentioned, La Clusaz has a great selection of restaurants. For mountain dining, Chez Arthur is a good choice. Within resort, Le Chalet du Lasc is an excellent fine dining experience, Restaurant le Carlina offers great views of the ski area while, Grenier, a high-end cocktail bar serves great Mexican and traditional French sharing platters.
In Resort Activities
Best things to do/additional activities in resort:
• Ice Skating
• Swimming pool
• Ski joering