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Flaine

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Enjoy snow sports in France, near Flaine. You have to ski on 64km slopes. You can use 22db lifts.

Height: 1600m - 2500m, difference: 1600m
Slopes: • 8km • 26km  • 25km  • 5km
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temperature top: -10°C, -6°C -10°C, -9°C -9°C, -7°C
temperature valley: -6°C, 1°C -4°C, 1°C -3°C, 2°C
snow: 0cm 0.7cm 0.8cm
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temperature -10°C, -6°C -10°C, -9°C -9°C, -7°C -7°C, -6°C -6°C, -6°C -5°C, -4°C -3°C, -2°C
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evening 01n 13n 01n 13n 13n 13n 01n
temperature -6°C, 1°C -4°C, 1°C -3°C, 2°C -4°C, 2°C -2°C, 3°C 0°C, 6°C 2°C, 8°C


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Tulajdonság
height difference (m):1600m
top (m):2500m
blue slopes (km):26km
black slopes (km):5km
freeride slopes (km):-
chairlifts (p):10db
J-bar lift (p):10db
country:France
city:Flaine
GPS:Sz: 46.004475 H: 6.696065
ski-running:Igen
halfpipe:Nem
ski resort:na
number of snowmaking:0db
1 day adult ticket:39EUR
6 day adult ticket:231EUR
description 2:Flaine sits on a forested hillside in a natural snowy bowl only 30km (18 miles) from Mont Blanc. The origin of the resort's name is rather romantic - legend has it that a huge giant slept in the mountains and valleys, resting his head on the spot where Flaine now stands. Flainoz was an old French word for pillow. Established in 1968, Flaine dates to the baby-booming years when France was building big ski resorts in big ski areas very quickly. The emphasis was on constructing resorts that were cheap to stay in but offered doorstep skiing in some of the world's biggest and best ski areas. Nothing else really mattered very much. Twenty years on, with the emphasis switching to quality, the concrete rectangles deposited in areas of great natural beauty have drawn much criticism but Flaine has hit back pointing out that its architecture is purposely stark and functional and that it was designed by Marcel Breuer, a master of the Bauhaus school. Although its design may at first appear incongruous it in fact echoes patterns of light and shade that are to be found in the rocks and crags at the base of the valley. What Flaine also points out, is that whatever your first impressions of its concrete monoliths, you should not judge a book by its cover! The resort is located at a snowsure altitude in the huge Grand Massif ski area, which has lift-links down to quaint traditional villages like Samoëns and Sixt in the valleys below. Flaine itself is also a more vibrant place than many of the purpose-built resorts dating from the same era, it is more genuinely family friendly too, with lots to do besides sliding and a car-free environment. The main part of the resort is split in to three sections - Foret, Forum and Front de Neige, linked together by pedestrian walkways and lifts - the design is very functional. There is also now the choice of staying in the new development, 'the Hamlet of Flaine' - which despite the resort's complete confidence in its original concept, is a complete architectural and design contrast. Wooden built to Scandinavian-style design using a range of delicate colours, the hamlet is fully in keeping with the aspirations of '90s skiers.
Keywords:Flaine, Haute-Savoie, Alps, Le Grand Massif, Araches et Magland
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Tulajdonság
valley (m):1600m
ski slopes (km):64km
red slopes (km):25km
freeride:Igen
ski lifts (p):22db
T-bar lift (p):0db
continent:Europe
region:Haute Savoie
gondola lift (p):2db
web:www.flaine.com
funpark:Igen
night skiing:Nem
green slopes lenght:8km
1 day children ticket:29.3EUR
6 day children ticket:173.3EUR
description:Popularly regarded as an ugly, but functional, purpose built resort, Flaine has in fact been designed to the Bauhaus school of architectural design and is the only modern ski resort to be recognised as an architectural treasure . Lifts radiate out in a skier-friendly natural basin, extending to Les Carroz, Morillon, Samoëns and Sixt.
Heliskiing:Igen
mountain:Le Grand Massif
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