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La Clusaz Piste Map

La Clusaz Trail Map

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La Clusaz resort's trail map

The small, scenic village of La Clusaz (1100m) offers access to a surprisingly large ski area straddling five mountains. Its 132km of primarily intermediate slopes are set both above and below the treeline (1000-2600m), making it both interesting and varied.

There’s something to occupy all abilities, from nursery slopes to awesome freeriding (which makes up for the lack of advanced/expert slopes). In fact, La Clusaz is fast becoming one of the big names on the European freeriding scene. Its five interlinked sectors make for wide-ranging skiing with engaging off-piste sections set against the dramatic backdrops of the Massif de Balme and Massif de L’Aiguille.

The ski resort has one of the biggest vertical drops: from the summit of Balme to the village there is more than 1500m of altitude to ski. A shuttle bus service also links La Clusaz to Le Grand Bornand and with a Massif des Aravis ski pass, you can access an impressive 220km of slopes. While La Clusaz still has a few slow, old chairs and drags it is however home to the world’s first Telemix lift, combining chairs and gondolas.

Operating status: Open

Beginner Runs Open
Intermediate Runs Open
Advanced Runs Open
Expert Runs Open
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Terrain Overview

Beginners Runs
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
Runs in Total
82.7 km
Runs in Total
2 km
Longest Run
82.7 km
Skiable Terrain
88 ha
Snow Making
46 km
Snow Making
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