Alpine skiing

The alpine ski area is closed, see you in winter 2024/2025!


90 km of groomed slopes (47 slopes: 5 black, 12 red, 15 blue, 15 green).
- 47 runs: 5 black, 12 red, 15 blue, 15 green, including a freeride area and a 1,100 m slope.

24 lifts: 2 gondolas, 10 chairlifts, 9 drag-lifts, 1 rope and 2 carpet lift.
- A snowpark with 4 jump lines for all levels (from XS to XL), multiple rails for all levels, 1 boardercross for red level, 1 free Big Airbag, 1 boardercross for blue level at the Chinaillon snow front and fun areas.
- 3 beginners' areas: at the top of the Rosay gondola lift, there is a large beginners' area with the Alpage Express carpet and the Les Raîches ski lift. There are also two safe, signposted toboggan runs. At the top of the Joyère gondola, a plateau of gently sloping runs served by a chairlift and two ski lifts, with a magnificent view of the Aravis mountains. At Grand-Bornand Chinaillon, on the snow front: at the foot of the Charmieux chairlift, the Outalays carpet, with free access. At the foot of the Floria and Châtelet chairlifts, a free-access Le Castor snow line.

- 2 fun areas with the Môm'Park, a freestyle area for children, and a themed fun track: the Défi Môm'.
- 5 signposted ski touring routes, including 1 by night.
- 1 service centre designed to facilitate the customer experience, including an ESF reception point, ski lift ticket office, ski lockers, a nursery and public toilets all under one roof.
- Areas for rest and relaxation on the slopes: the "Zzzzz'ones" at Lachat, Snowpark and Maroly
- A night skiing experience from 5pm to 8pm on Tuesdays (subject to change)... and always the chance to extend the pleasure of skiing by an hour with sunset skiing.

- 300 snow guns, i.e. almost 50% of the Grand-Bornand ski area covered by artificial snow.
- 10 snow groomers (including 4 winches) equipped with SNOWSAT software, which provides snow height information at every point in the resort to optimise grooming and snow production.
- 12 automatic ski pass terminals (CB payment 24 hours a day)
- 1 "ALPINA EXPERIENCE" timed run where you can measure yourself against the times of the champions.
- Amount of CO2 emitted: on average, each customer spending a day on the resort will emit 215g of CO2 by using the ski lifts.

And over 200 seasonal workers ready to welcome you with a smile!

Aerial view of the ski area

(Resorts of Le Grand-Bornand,
La Clusaz, Manigod, Saint-Jean-de-Sixt, link by skibus): 230 km of slopes*

* According to the recommendations of Domaines Skiables de France, the mileage corresponds to the length of the piste measured in the middle of the piste, increased by 30% to take account of the trajectories taken by skiers. This measurement is consistent with that provided by GPS and smartphone applications used by skiers.
Ski lifts opening and slopes access may change at any time depending on weather, snow and security conditions and various maintenance operations. Outside opening hours, the ski area is strictly prohibited.