Ski area Samoens

Le Grand Massif

Mountain range Chablais Alpen
Vertical drop 900 - 2500 meters
Descent 1600 meters

Mountain(s) Tete des Saix 2099m

Ski slopes

133 ski slopes, 266km
  • novice118km
  • intermediate107km
  • expert41km

Ski lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
Total lifts 67
capacity: 85603 persons/hour

Ski pass

Currency: euro
Daycard adult 48.50
6-day card 255.00
Daycard child 36.40
6-day card 191.40


Low (<1000m)6%
Intermediate (<=2000m)70%
High (<=3000m)24%
High alpine (>3000m)0%

Slope angle

Bit steep 11%
Steep 7%
Very steep 4%
Extrem. steep 1%


North 41%
East 15%
South 13%
West 31%

Samoens ratings

Ski resort ratings for Samoens compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 172 reviews.

Overall 67 Skiing 72Skiregion 71
6.6 6.97.7 7.67.3 7.76.3 7.17.3 6.8
6.7 7.68.3 7.87.3 6.78.0 7.77.7 7.0

Samoens reviews

Skiers can enjoy the well groomed, tree lined inter-linked pistes down to Morillon, Les Carroz and Sixt, and with north facing slopes heavy snowfall attracts off piste skiers to the areas above Samoens, Les Molliets and Vernant. Immediately above Samoens at the top of the new cable car, lies the purpose-built satellite, Samoens 1600, with its own small ski area beneath the 2120m Tete des Saix. Perfect for beginners there is a sizeable area of nursery slopes and some pleasant reds, and one steep and bumpy black. More expert skiers will head over to Flaine and explore the Grand Massif area, but beginners and early intermediates are best off staying here. The nursery slopes are north-facing and
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Samoens Haute Savoie France
Website: euro

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