Sixt Fer a Cheval Ski Chalets and Apartments for Sale

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Sixt Fer a Cheval Ski Resort

Sixt Fer a Cheval is part of the Grand Massif ski region with 265kms of slopes, ranging from breezy wide open ones to technical and challenging ones. The area is exhilarating with spectacular scenery over the Mont Blanc region.

 

The village boasts a fantastic 14km blue run from Flaine back into the village. There are a few restaurants in and around the village and also has sport shops, boulangeries and a local supermarket. For a bit more action, Samoens is just a 5 minute drive.

 

In the summer months, there is plenty on offer. With the Giffre gorge and river hosting white water rafting, canyoning, kayaking and rock climbing. On the doorstep, there is also hangliding , parapenting , mountain biking down mountain trails and if you’re looking for a little lower key, there is the Morillon lake for bathing and swimming.


Le Grand Massif Ski Area

The Grand Massif ski region incorporates the ski resorts of Morillon, Samoeons, Flaine, Clusaz, Sixt and Les Carroz.


The Samoëns ski area offers a varied playground accessible to all. For expert skiers there are black and red pistes at the top of the resort and a vast off-piste area to indulge your enthusiasm. Beginners will improve on the lower, more gentle blue and green slopes which were entirely re-designed in 2003. Small children are welcomed at the children's ski area (jardin d´enfants) at the top of the Grand Massif Express cable car.


At 2 500 m, the summit of the Grandes Platières... A breathtakingly beautiful landscape. Mont Blanc seems to be just a couple of steps away, so impressive is its presence. The Désert de Platé, a vast snowy territory with a unique geological curiosity; a genuine stone glacier over 40 million years old!


Flaine offers wide open spaces with 140 km of pistes of all levels, marked and made safe. Just a few oases where you can eat and drink punctuate the landscape which is otherwise an untouched natural space.


Morillon is the perfect place to enjoy relaxed snowsports with the whole family, in welcoming and authentic natural surroundings. Among the 72 pistes of the Grand Massif, Marvel, the beautiful green run is a must for those who wish to combine the pleasure of skiing with the discovery of local fauna, as explained on the information boards along the edge of the piste. It even has a local hero… Did you know that Morillon is the home of Antoine Dénériaz, the 2006 Olympic downhill champion ?