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SKI & SNOW LA CLUSAZ


LA CLUSAZ


Smarter The La Clusaz app is a must, offering offline piste maps, GPS location tracking, live webcam feeds and weather updates, and an activity and events calendar, as well as resort information and rental options.


Better The Aravis mountain ski pass, including Le Grand-Bornand and St-Jean-de-Sixt, works out at only about €10 to €15 more than the La Clusaz-Manigod pass. It’s a no-brainer for anyone barring the most inexperienced skier or boarder.


Fairer Savoie produce is abundant in La Clusaz – proudly served in the village’s restaurants and sold in its shops – so clients can support local producers by eating what’s seasonal and even taking some home.


difference when it comes to that last run of the day. Go for the slopes; stay for the bonhomie.


BOOK IT Inghams offers a seven-night B&B ski holiday at St-Alban Hotel and Spa in La Clusaz from £879pp, based on two sharing in early December 2019. Price includes flights and airport transfers. Equipment hire and six-day lift passes can be pre-booked with Inghams. • inghams.co.uk


For more information visit: • laclusaz.com • legrandbornand.com • annecymountains.com


JAMES CHAPPLE @TTGJim


James is TTG’s deputy news editor. He’s been skiing since he was eight, but this was his first time in La Clusaz.


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