La Clusaz is located in the Haute-Savoie region of the French Alps, about 30 kilometers from the town of Annecy. The resort is spread across five mountains, and it has a total of 132 kilometers of skiable terrain. The slopes range from beginner to expert, and there are also plenty of opportunities for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

This picturesque village in a prime position in the Rhône-Alpes region has hosted winter sports since 1907, making this place France’s and the world’s oldest ski resort in continued use. Since its establishment, La Clusaz has set up 132 kilometers of ski runs ranging from beginners to challenging red and black runs.

As part of Aravis Valley, altogether skiers enjoy the pistes. But during spring through to autumn, La Clusaz earns fame because of the many beautiful lakes nearby.

According to skiingproperty/the Internet