Skiresort ratings for Flaine compared to all other skiresorts. Based on 16 reviews.
|Overall 72||Skiing 73||Skiregion 71|
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|7.4 7.6||6.2 7.1||7.6 7.7||6.8 7.0||6.5 7.4|
|Novice 7||Advanced 7||Expert 6||Off-Piste 6||Snow 8|
|Family 8||Ambiance 6||Nature 7||Walking 7||Lifts 5|
Flaine has a microclimate and is blessed with exceptional natural snowfall. The summit of the 2450m Grandes Platières averages 15m of snow a year and is probably the snowiest skiable mountain in France. But whilst you can normally count on good snow in the main Flaine bowl, outlying areas such as Morillon and Les Carroz are lower and more exposed. Conditions in the Grand Massif as a whole are therefore much more variable....
Review by Evald from Eskilstuna on Wednesday Oct 23rd. Visited Flaine in february 2013 as couple
|Novice 7||Advanced 8||Expert 8||Off-Piste 8||Snow 8|
|Family 8||Ambiance 7||Nature 9||Walking 7||Lifts 6|
Flaine is a great ski resort with good snow record and geared for families. We have been in Flaine the last 2 years at New Year with great conditions. Can be pricey but closeness of apartments to ski runs allows time to pop back for lunch. Regular free ski bus even though most apartments in Flaine are within easy walking distance of the slopes. Lifts are adequate but I would not classify them as modern. Not much to do in Flaine if you're a non skier/boarder but that didn't bother us. ...
Review by Hernandez from Madrid on Saturday Sep 4th. Visited Flaine in march 2010 as family
|Novice 7||Advanced 7||Expert 7||Off-Piste 8||Snow 7|
|Family 7||Ambiance 6||Nature 8||Walking 7||Lifts 7|
The range of skiing was fine for advanced/intermediates with a good range of runs and off-piste - however this gets tracked out very quickly. Some lovely long red runs to get your quads burning. Generally minimal queues and uncrowded pistes, however, there were certain times and locations with huge queues - avoid anything near ski school meeting places. I thought I was impervious to resort architecture, but Flaine is the ugliest resort I have been to. Minimal queues at the mountain restaurants and a hearty bowl of soup was typically 7 Euros. Unfortunately, the cost of a pint in the village bars was also 7 Euros. If you are eating out in the evening you will be lucky to find a main course for...
Review by Elke Hoebbel from Munchen on Sunday Mar 28th. Visited Flaine in march 2010 as friends
|Novice 8||Advanced 8||Expert 7||Off-Piste 7||Snow 7|
|Family 7||Ambiance 6||Nature 10||Walking 7||Lifts 6|
Fantastic place to ski. The scenery is spectacular, layout of village is great, ski-bus not really needed unless you're staying in the Hammau up the hill, everywhere else is ski-in ski-out. Not many greens but lots of good blues and reds. Grand Massive domain is huge and too big to cover properly in a week. Cascades down to Sixt is mostly good but inexperienced skiers beware; it's tight and icy at the end. We went over the top to Morillon and Les Carroz, where there are some fantastic wide runs for the less adventurous in the family and some blacks for the dare devils. ...
Review by Sue Wade from Washington Dc on Thursday Apr 9th. Visited Flaine in march 2009 as family
|Novice 8||Advanced 7||Expert 7||Off-Piste 7||Snow 7|
|Family 7||Ambiance 6||Nature 8||Walking 8||Lifts 6|
Flaine is a beautiful place, the scenery is amazing, the skiing is fantastic, there is plenty of skiing for any level of skier. I learned in Flaine, and compared to other places I've skied, it's by far the best. I have to admit like all ski resorts the food is rather expensive, the pubs can be too, but there are plenty of happy hours to suit all. There is plenty of scope for more night life. Fantastic plenty of skiing for many years to come. ...
Review by Tj from London on Thursday Jan 1st. Visited Flaine in november 2008 as couple