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Combloux Resort Overview

Situated in the heart of the Haute-Savoie region, Combloux is a charming, traditional French resort with stunning views of Mont Blanc. The resort sits at 1,100m and the highest ski lift takes you up to 1,930m. Combloux is part of the Evasion Mont Blanc ski area, boasting 445km of diverse, skiable terrain.

The resort radiates authenticity, with its beautiful, wooden chalet-style accommodation, many of which are ski-in-ski-out. The snow record is impressive with the season typically running from mid-December to mid-April. Combloux offers a range of accommodation from luxury hotels to self-catered apartments and chalets, catering to all tastes and budgets.

Skiing in Combloux

Combloux caters to skiers of all abilities, with an impressive 100km of local pistes. The resort offers two lift pass options, a Combloux-only pass and the full Evasion Mont Blanc ski pass which offers an impressive 445km of pisted terrain.

The resort is perfect for beginners with gentle, wide slopes and the Bouchet area is particularly well-suited for those finding their feet. Intermediate skiers have a wealth of runs to choose from, with the slopes around Jaillet and Giettaz providing some great cruising terrain.

Advanced skiers can test their mettle on the steep, challenging runs of Cordon and Giettaz. For those looking to go off-piste, Combloux offers plenty of opportunities, with the terrain around the Veleray and Pertuis sectors providing some fantastic powder.

Combloux is not just for skiers, snowboarders will also find a lot to love with several snowparks in the Evasion Mont Blanc area, including the Jouty Snowpark in Combloux itself.

Is Combloux Family-friendly?

Combloux is an ideal ski resort for families with its relaxed atmosphere and wide, gentle runs. The pedestrianised centre is safe and welcoming with a range of family-friendly amenities such as sledging areas and an ice rink. Combloux also offers excellent value for money with child discounts on lift passes.

Après-Ski Scene in Combloux

While not as lively as some bigger resorts, Combloux still has a good après-ski scene with a selection of bars and restaurants to enjoy. L’Etincelle is a popular spot for a post-ski drink with its sunny terrace and live music. For those looking to carry on into the night, Le Trappeur is a lively bar offering a range of cocktails and live DJ sets.

Dining in Combloux

Combloux offers a range of dining options to suit all tastes. L’Atelier offers a gourmet menu featuring local produce, while Le Petit Cuchet serves traditional Savoyard dishes in a cosy setting. For a lunch with a view, Le Chalet du Bachais is a mountain restaurant with a large sunny terrace offering stunning views of Mont Blanc.

How to Get To Combloux

The quickest way to get to Combloux from the UK is to fly into Geneva Airport, which is a 1h transfer from the resort. Other nearby airports include Chambéry Airport (1h30m) and Lyon St-Exupéry Airport (2h10m). If you prefer to travel by train, Sallanches is the nearest station (10m transfer). If driving, there is ample parking available in the resort.

Combloux Insider Tips

  • Grab a drink at Le Petit Cuchet, a cosy bar with fantastic views of Mont Blanc.
  • For something different, try the ice climbing on the frozen waterfalls of Combloux.
  • Don’t miss the weekly market every Wednesday, perfect for picking up local produce.
  • Head to Le Chalet du Bachais for lunch, the views of Mont Blanc are not to be missed!


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