Skiresort ratings for Flaine compared to all other skiresorts. Based on 160 reviews.
|Overall 73||Skiing 75||Skiregion 72|
|8.1 7.6||7.5 7.7||7.3 7.2||7.1 7.0||7.5 7.6|
|7.5 7.8||6.2 7.1||7.6 7.7||6.8 7.0||6.8 7.1|
|Variety slopes||Snowparks||Crosscountry||Slope preparation||Slope orientation|
|10.0 6.7||8.0 7.9||8.0 7.6||10.0 8.7||8.0 7.7|
|6.0 7.7||10.0 7.4||8.0 7.3||6.0 7.5||6.0 7.5|
Flaine is a friendly resort that I'd definitely recommend for families. There's a great range of skiing for beginners and intermediates in particular. We visited this 1960s purpose built resort in Jan 07 when snow conditions across Europe were v poor. We skied every day with great snow at the top, Not a place for apres ski and not the most fashionable of resorts, Flaine does have a certain retro charm and is a fantastic place to learn to ski. Definitely worth a look.
Review by A. Nonymous from The City on Wednesday Sep 12th. Visited Flaine in february 2007 as couple
Ja. Flaine is sneeuwzeker: het sneeuwt er dan ook vaak dagen achter elkaar. De schaduwzijde van 'sneeuwzeker'! Wij vonden de liften behoorlijk aan de magere kant, te oud, te langzaam. Ook de pistepreparering was duidelijk weer eens met de Franse Slag: het duurde vaak te lang voor er geveegd werd en veel verbindingen bleven ondanks de overvloedige sneeuwval de hele week dicht. Verder: typisch Frans: kleine appartementen, weinig gezellige pistenrestaurants, een afgetrapte uitstraling. Ook weinig te doen buiten het skiën en helaas veel schreeuwende Hollanders die denken dat ze 'leuk' zijn. Als je aan dit alles maling hebt is het best leuk daar in Flaine.
Review by Aukje Hille from Utrecht on Saturday Sep 1st. Visited Flaine in february 2007 as friends
Plus: easy transfer from Geneva, great snow, modern fast ski lifts, ski to the door, good ski schools, cracking off piste, lots of runs for all levels. Great restaurants (White Grouse, Perdrix Noire) VERY cheap outside the school hols, but isn't everywhere these days... Minus: exposed to bad weather so lifts get shut down, normal problems with ignorant twits jumping the lift queues at busy times. can be a bit pricy to eat on piste, but hey, its France.
Review by Simon Bailey from 'franfurt on Saturday Aug 11th. Visited Flaine in january 2007 as couple
Flaine the resort is a place that one will either appreciate for the inventive use of concrete or loath it. I thought that it blended well and while not a picture post card Tyrolian resort it has its own charm. Its a quiet resort and smaller than a lot of people imagine. Split into two levels and linked by two elevators, Flaine Forum is where you will find the centre of the resort. While the snow conditions were not the best, it was still great skiing. The runs were well prepared and were great for cruising. We were there during half term and it was very busy. Because a lot of the linked resorts lower down than Flaine were suffering for snow there was a mass exodus from these resorts to Flai
Review by Jack from Liverpool on Thursday Mar 8th. Visited Flaine in february 2007 as family
The variety of the terrain throughout Le Grand Massif is fantastic and the scope for off piste and its accessability looks outstanding. I would advise using a guide as we witnessed more avalanche debris on this trip than we had ever seen. Flaine itself is a bit sixties looking but from the mountain it blends in to the cliffs on that side of the valley. We were there at the start of the French holidays and apart from the Sunday we found it quite quiet with the only real queue of about five minutes for the poma for the Jam park. There is something for everyone on the slopes of Flaine.If you are looking for lots of Apres then there is not a lot! We spent a night in the white bar which was good,
Review by Mark from Raalte on Wednesday Jan 31st. Visited Flaine in december 2006 as couple