00:56,
Thursday,
19 September 2019.

Les Carroz, Skiing & Snow...

Le Grand Massif is reputed to be France’s fourth largest ski area with over 265 kilometers of marked piste. Les Carroz is found at the end of one of Le Grand Massif’s limbs a couple of lifts ride away from the central hub of Flaine. Les Carroz and Le Grand Massif offer a wealth of sport for riders of all abilities both on and off-piste. The area is particularly suitable for families.

Find Accommodation

Number of rooms: Adults (18+): Children (3-17): Infants (0-2):
Room 1:
Date From:
 
Activity: Country: Resort:
Accomm Type: Rating: Board:
Please wait!  Loading, please wait!

Beginner

ski rating

Gentle nursery slopes accompanied with top notch instruction followed by a serving of wide blue runs should see beginners advance quickly up the mountain. Le Grand Massif has a wealth of slopes suitable for developing beginners into early intermediate skiers.

Intermediate

ski rating

With over one hundred runs graded either blue or red the intermediate rider is simply spoiled for choice. The slopes range from wide and gentle to steep and challenging encompassing a wide variety of terrain from the open sunny slopes of Grand Platieres to the tree lined routes down to Morillon and the other satellite villages.

Advanced

ski rating

Advanced riders will relish the on and off-piste pleasures that await them. With over 15 black runs accompanied by some reasonably challenging reds, piste-bashers will find enough to keep them going for quite sometime. There is also numerous back country trails throughout Le Grand Massif. To make the most of it you could hook up with a guide.

Freestyle, Skier and BoarderCross

ski rating

Le Grand Massif offers three Jampark’s for freestylers, two for all and one specifically set aside for kids aged between 5 and 12 years. Beyond the park the back country has some excellent natural hits including some sizable drop offs.