The Grand Massif ski area is home to 148 ski slopes: 20 green slopes for beginners, 64 blue slopes and 50 red slopes and 14 black slopes for experienced skiers. Thanks to its exceptional geographic position near Mont blanc and its high altitude betw. 1000 and 2600 m, the skiing area has a excellent snowsure conditions throughout the winter season. Access is easy, only 15 minutes from the motorway and 1 hour from Geneva International airport.
Relax in a 38°C heated outdoor swimming pool surrounded by snow, beautiful mountains and views. The Aquacime at the other side of the village also has jacuzzis, sauna facilities and steam baths. It has a large parking area.
Les Carroz is a paradise for snowshoeing and cross-country ski. It is the best way to access the most secluded and untouched corners of the Grand Massif mountains. It gives visitors a fascinating insight into the magical winter landscape and is a great way to get out and about in the fresh alpine air.
There are many trails in the forest or walks above the cloud range. You can go by yourself or take a group tour with a guide during a day or evening followed by a warming wood fire fondue in a refuge (forest cabin) or a teepee.
Dog Sledding in the forest in a sledge with 8 dogs!
The hot breath of the huskie pack fogs the crisp winter air and they pull you with focused determination across the glistening landscape. Imagine you're racing against another team, over the same frozen terrain that explorers did long ago.
This age-old activity, consisting of being pulled along on skis by a horse, is made for all those animal lovers who are also passionate about rich experiences. The speeds can be impressive and it's important to know when to let go to enjoy it fully.
A complex dedicated to relaxation, sport and wellness, with a view on the snow-covered mountains and slopes of les Carroz from the outdoor pool as a bonus... Enjoy this moment at night since Aquacime is open every day until 8 pm in the winter.
Ski- or snowboard lessons for everyone. Private or class lessons.
Explore the mountain at night. Breathtaking scenery through forests and along slopes with the rush of cold night air to sharpen your senses... Groups can dare to book an evening followed by a warming wood fire fondue in a refuge (forest cabin) or a teepee.