In the heart of the French Alps, the village resort of Samoëns welcomes you in a preserved natural setting. Endowed with a rich and diversified heritage, Samoëns promises a total change of scenery and a unique experience at the gateway to the Grand Massif. Nestling in the Sixt-Passy nature reserve, it is situated at the heart of two glacial circuits where wide open spaces and waterfalls blend harmoniously. As soon as you arrive, Samoëns will plunge you into an authentic atmosphere bathed in charm and tradition. At the turn of a bend, let yourself be surprised by a breathtaking panorama and a privileged view of the Mont-Blanc. It is in this protected and typical area that you will be filled with sensations!
The ski resort of Samoëns is part of the Grand Massif ski area which includes 5 resorts, Flaine, Les Carroz, Morillon and Sixt. With family or friends, Samoëns offers varied ski slopes as well as fully equipped and secure play areas. Come and discover the Mysterious Forest or the ZouzouPark to indulge in the pleasure of skiing! And for freestyle fans, the snowpark will welcome you to try new tricks and test the latest modules!
Offering nearly 1800 m of vertical drop, this resort has slopes for all levels, from a beginners' area to black runs on the high sector. Thanks to the Grand Massif Express gondola lift, you can access from the village resort to a ski area rich in discovery and a family zone for young and old.
Finally, a large Nordic area located in the Haut Giffre Valley will delight cross-country skiing enthusiasts. Nearly 46 km of groomed tracks await you to cross large authentic and wild natural spaces. To make the most of this great ski area, discover our ski rental shops in Samoëns. For every level, there's a ski equipment to suit you !
At 1h30 from Lyon and 1h from Geneva, the ski resort of Samoëns is easily accessible from major cities on the A40 motorway. Only 20 km away, the train serves the Cluses train station and then buses take you to Samoëns. In addition, direct TGV lines are available at weekends and in high season. All the information here.