Located in the Mont-Blanc region in Haute-Savoie, Praz-sur-Arly is an authentic family village that has preserved its traditions and revitalized its tourist offer. It welcomes you summer and winter with a complete offer of outdoor activities for the whole family.
In the summer, Praz sur Arly in the Mont Blanc region offers almost 100 km of trail-running, hiking and mountain bike routes for all levels and the whole family.
In winter, Praz sur Arly, the gateway to the Espace Diamant, offers downhill skiing and all types of snow sports over 192 km, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, ski touring and a white trail to discover.
All winter season, come and challenge the clock on our white trail course accessible to all!Voir le parcours
Registrations to participate in our 1st Trail Blanc are open! Set off on a unique 7km and 270D+ course which will take you to discover the balconies of Praz sur Arly.Registration
The ski area as well as the trail, snowshoe and winter hiking trails will open from December 22, 2024En savoir plus
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Come to discover an authentic family village that has preserved its traditions and revitalized its tourist offer. In summer, the village is a playground and a sports and nature destination with 17 hikes and trails adapted to all levels, mountain biking with FFCT-labeled trails, paragliding, a leisure park with tennis, mini-golf, climbing wall, petanque and beach volleyball! In winter, the resort unfolds its festive and white clothes with a wide range of activities, starting with skiing and other snow sports at the gates of the Espace Diamant. This area links 6 resorts and offers 192 km of trails! A cross-country skiing loop is easily accessible. Praz-sur-Arly has become famous for its hot air balloon flights, you can fly here all year round. In terms of cheese, Praz-sur-Arly is the commune in France with the largest number of cheese appellations, 7 in all: Beaufort, Reblochon, Abondance and Chevrotin, Tomme, Emmental and Raclette.