As well as the fantastic skiing, a school ski trip to Grand Massif offers some brilliant après-ski activities, including bowling, ice-skating, swimming, tobogganing, cinema and many excellent restaurants. As we offer accommodation in three of the five resorts that make up Grand Massif, you can choose to base yourselves in the resort that best suits your group. Flaine is the most popular among British school groups, as it’s more or less car-free, is very compact and offers excellent facilities for young people. We also offer accommodation in Samoens and Morillon.
Combined, the five resorts of Grand Massif (Flaine, Marillon, Samoens, Sixt and Les Carroz.) offer 265km of well-groomed skiable terrain. This means there’s a wide selection of challenging runs for skiers of every level – 5 for beginners and intermediates and 4 for advanced skiers. These resorts not only make up the fourth-largest skiing area in France, but are also home to some of the best snow in the country. The proximity to Europe’s highest peak, Mont Blanc, provides the added advantage of creating a natural micro-climate, giving these resorts some of the best snow records in France.