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20 linked up ski areas in the alps to discover

Your ski pass allows you to go from one resort to another without even having to take your skis off (or almost). Discover 20 ski areas in Savoie Mont Blanc which are linked together directly via ski runs or shuttle buses. 

Cœur de Chartreuse

Cœur de Chartreuse

Coeur de Chartreuse is a great place for ski lovers, where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view. Activities are available for visitors of all abilities. It is easily accessible: 1 hour from Chambéry and Lyon, and only 30 minutes from Grenoble.


- Le Désert d’Entremont 
- Les Egaux – Saint-Hugues 
- St Pierre de Chartreuse – Le Planolet 


The ski area:

35 km of ski runs




Espace Diamant

Here you can ski along the 159 pistes linking up 6 charming village resorts: Les Saisies, Hauteluce, Notre Dame de Bellecombe, Crest-Voland / Cohennoz, Praz sur Arly and Flumet.
With the benefit of a microclimate and the close proximity of Mont Blanc, Espace Diamant has exceptional levels of snow from December to the end of April.


- Bisanne 1500 
- Crest Voland-Cohennoz 
- Flumet / Saint-Nicolas la Chapelle 
- Hauteluce 
- Notre-Dame de Bellecombe 
- Praz-sur-Arly 
- Les Saisies 


The ski area:

192 km of ski runs


Espace Haute Maurienne Vanoise

350 kilometres of Alpine skiing, with shuttle buses linking up each resort available to anyone with a valid ski pass or annual pass.


- Aussois 
- Bessans 
- Bonneval-sur-Arc 
- La Norma 
- Val Cenis 
- Valfréjus 


The ski area:

350 km of ski runs

Espace San Bernardo

Espace San Bernardo

Espace San Bernardo is the only ski area in the northern Alps which is linked up across the Franco-Italian border. It boasts long, gentle, sun-lit pistes, but also more technically advanced skiing in the new Mont Valaisan section.


- La Rosière Espace San Bernardo 
- La Thuile (Italie) 
- Séez  


The ski area: 

152 km of ski runs


Evasion Mont-Blanc

Evasion Mont-Blanc is the third largest connected ski area in France offering over 220 runs covering 400 kilometres. It boasts 8 summits facing Mont Blanc. The resort of Megève lies at the heart of the ski area, offering varied skiing for all abilities.


- Combloux 
- Les Contamines-Montjoie/Hauteluce 
- Cordon 
- La Giettaz 
- Megève 
- Saint-Gervais/Saint-Nicolas de Véroce 


The ski area: 

400 km of ski runs



This ski area has something for everyone: snowparks, black runs with challenging slopes and plenty of opportunities for family skiing. The possibilities are endless and the setting charming.


- Valloire 
- Valmeinier 


The ski area: 

150 km of ski runs


Le Grand Domaine

You can play mountain hopping here at Le Grand Domaine. With 1,300 metres of elevation gain, the area links up La Tarentaise with La Maurienne. There’s everything from forests and gentle slopes through Alpine pastures, offering skiing fun for all the family, to steep slopes to please more experienced skiers.


- Saint-François Longchamp 
- Valmorel 


The ski area: 

165 km of ski runs


Le Grand Massif

Perfectly located just a stone’s throw from Geneva and Annecy, Le Grand Massif’s 142 incredibly varied pistes lie at an altitude ranging from 700 metres to 2,500 metres.


- Les Carroz 
- Flaine 
- Morillon 
- Samoëns 
- Sixt-Fer à Cheval 
- Verchaix 


The ski area: 

265 km of ski runs

Hirmentaz Les Habères

Hirmentaz Les Habères

Overlooking Lake Geneva, this ski area links up quintessential family resorts offering a comforting and enjoyable setting.


- Bellevaux Hirmentaz 
- Les Habères 


The ski area: 

50 km of ski runs


Massif des Aravis

Aravis offers 211 kilometres of pistes for those who love wide, open spaces. A ski-bus is available to link up La Clusaz and Le Grand Bornand, running every 30 minutes. The service is free of charge for anyone with an Aravis pass.


- La Clusaz 
- Le Grand-Bornand 
- Manigod 
- Saint-Jean de Sixt 


The ski area:

213 km of ski runs


Montagnes d’Evian

Perfectly located just a few minutes from Evian and Lake Geneva, the ski area offers a whole host of advantages for skiers of all abilities, such as breath-taking landscapes, free parking at the foot of the slopes, and shuttle buses. 


- Abondance 
- Bernex 
- Thollon-les-Mémises 


The ski area: 

100 km of ski runs



Fly from one mountain range to another with the incredible Vanoise Express cable car. Paradiski® is an extensive ski area culminating on glaciers at over 3,000 m, with ideal snow conditions, an infinite variety of landscapes and skiing experiences to try out over 425 kilometres of pistes.


- Les Arcs 
- La Plagne 
- Peisey-Vallandry 


The ski area: 

425 km of ski runs


Les Portes du Soleil

This is one of the most varied ski areas in the world, located on the border between France and Switzerland. It takes you to new horizons and offers a complete change of scene from one mountain top to another, from one valley to the next, with each resort connected via a network of ski lifts. 


- Abondance 
- Avoriaz 1800 
- Champéry (Suisse) 
- La Chapelle d’Abondance 
- Châtel 
- Les Gets 
- Montriond 
- Morgins (Suisse) 
- Morzine-Avoriaz 
- Saint-Jean d’Aulps 
- Torgon (Suisse) 
- Val d’Illiez-Les Crozets-Champoussin (Suisse) 


The ski area:

600 km of ski runs

Praz de Lys Sommand

Praz de Lys Sommand

Set in natural surroundings in the heart of the Giffre valley, this site enjoys exceptional levels of sunshine and snow. It is a family resort located opposite the Mont Blanc range offering a wide variety of skiing.


- Praz de Lys 
- Sommand 


The ski area: 

55 km of ski runs


Roc d’Enfer

This site offers an unspoiled, wild setting, winding forest pistes and the magnificent landscape of La Combe de Graydon, Les Dents du Midi in Switzerland, and Lake Geneva. Enjoy the family atmosphere and a warm welcome, as well as the Roc d’Enfer beginners’ circuit.


- Bellevaux – Roc d’Enfer 
- Saint-Jean d’Aulps – Roc d’Enfer 


The ski area:

50 km of ski runs


Savoie Grand Revard

Total enjoyment on a magnificent plateau in the Massif des Bauges regional nature reserve, offering exceptional panoramic views over Lake Bourget, Aix-les-Bains and the Mont Blanc range. In addition to family Alpine skiing, this is also the leading Nordic ski area in France.


- La Féclaz 
- Le Revard 
- Saint-François de Sales 


The ski area:

36 km of ski runs


Les Sybelles

As the largest ski area in Maurienne, Les Sybelles connects 6 different resorts over 393 hectares of snowy slopes. 


- Les Bottières 
- Le Corbier 
- Saint-Colomban des Villards 
- Saint-Jean d’Arves 
- Saint Sorlin d’Arves 
- La Toussuire 


The ski area:

310 km of ski runs


Tignes Val d’Isère

Located in the heart of the Alps, the ski area connecting the resorts of Tignes and Val d’Isère is one of the most extensive and most beautiful ski areas in Savoie. There’s something to suit every style, from piste skiing to freestyling, from freeriding to freerando!

- Tignes 
- Val d’Isère 


The ski area:

300 km of ski runs




Les 3 Vallées

The most extensive connected ski area in the world, which you can link up without taking your skis off. It offers almost as many green and blue runs for beginners, as more challenging ones for experienced skiers. 


- Brides-les-Bains 
- Courchevel 
- Les Menuires 
- Méribel 
- Orelle 
- Saint-Martin de Belleville 
- Val Thorens


The ski area:

600 km of ski runs


Vallée de Chamonix

The world-renowned Chamonix Mont Blanc, the capital of skiing and mountaineering, is also and most importantly a multi-faceted ski resort. Its ski areas are suitable for any type of skiing and for all abilities.


- Argentière 
- Chamonix 
- Les Houches 
- Vallorcine 


The ski area:

150 km of ski runs