Perched at an altitude of between 1,600 and 2,500 m, affording the most wonderful views of the Mont Blanc mountain range, the resort of Flaine, listed an historic monument and whose architectural design was influenced by Marcel Breuer, is a monumental masterpiece in a gem of a setting.
On a virgin site, the American architect Marcel Breuer designed the resort of Flaine in the 1960s. An urban model in the mountains raised to the status of an artwork by those who love this exceptional place.
Get a taste of transcendence with a professional ice driving course, bolster your team unity during a ski-touring session or strengthen team spirit in harmony with the cultural activities offered by Terminal Neige - Totem and dynamic Flaine.
Half a century of piste grooming and ski hospitality combined with the vast terrain of the Grande Massive make Flaine a popular French Alps destination in winter. The resort is high enough for snow to provide a cool white blanket early and late season, making it a reliable choice for families looking for an active Christmas or spring break. But it’s the stark architecture that grabs your attention and won’t let go, particularly during a snow fall.