Easy-access ski areas in the French Alps

Easy-access ski areas in the French Alps

If you are looking for a French ski resort that is accessible for those with a disability or limited mobility then check whether they have the adpaté label. These are the Savoie Mont Blanc resorts with the label

The adapté label shows that a ski resort has specialist equipment and instruction, as well as adapted accommodation and accessible restaurants. Within the Savoie Mont Blanc ski area, 32 resorts have the adapté label:

Aillons-Margériaz, Bauges Natural Regional Park, Savoie

Arêches-Beaufort, Savoie

Aussois , Maurienne valley, Savoie

Bessans, Maurienne valley, Savoie

Bonneval-sur-Arc, Maurienne valley, Savoie

Les Carroz, Grand Massif, Haute-Savoie

Chamonix, Mont Blanc Massif, Haute-Savoie

Champagny-en-Vanoise, Paradiski area, Savoie

Châtel, Portes du Soleil, Haute-Savoie

Combloux, Mont Blanc Massif, Haute-Savoie

La Clusaz, Avaris range, Haute-Savoie

Les Gets, Portes du Soleil, Haute-Savoie

Le Grand-Bornand, Avaris range, Haute-Savoie

Les Houches, Mont Blanc Massif, Haute-Savoie

Les Karellis, Maurienne valley, Savoie

Megève, Mont Blanc Massif, Haute-Savoie

Les Menuires, Trois Vallées, Savoie

Méribel, Trois Vallées, Savoie

Morillon, Grand Massif, Haute-Savoie

La Plagne, Paradiski, Savoie

Pralognan-la-Vanoise, Vanoise national park, Savoie

La Rosière, Savoie

Saint-François-Longchamp, Savoie

Saint-Sorlin-d’Arves, Savoie

Les Saisies, Savoie

Samoëns, Grand Massif, Haute-Savoie

Savoie Grand Revard, Bauges Natural Regional Park, Savoie

Tignes, Tarentaise Valley, Savoie

La Toussuire, Savoie

Val Cenis, Savoie

Val Thorens, Trois Vallées, Savoie

Valmeinier, Savoie

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