Le Grand Bornand is located in Bornes Aravis within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of Savoie Mont Blanc and boasts an expansive winter sports area spanning 90 km of slopes, serviced by 24 lifts, with elevations ranging from 1,000 to 2,100 meters. Aptly nicknamed the "Pearl of the Aravis Mountains," Le Grand-Bornand strikes a harmonious balance between its identity as an authentic mountain village featuring 400 historic chalets and its prestigious association with Club TOTFA (Top of the French Alps). As one of the 15 most esteemed winter sports destinations in France, the resort distinguishes itself through a vibrant events calendar, hosting notable festivals like Au Bonheurs des Mômes and Glisse en Coeur, along with regular appearances on the Tour de France route. Boasting both alpine (over 90 km of runs) and Nordic (43 km) ski areas, complemented by top-tier amenities, including a renowned snow park often hailed as one of the most spectacular in the French Alps, Le Grand-Bornand stands as a sought-after destination for both avid skiers and those in search of contemplative pursuits.
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Le Grand Bornand is located in the Bornes Aravis region within the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. More specifically, it is situated in the department of Haute-Savoie in the Savoie Mont Blanc area. The resort is positioned between Lake Annecy and Mont Blanc.
The nearest major airport to Le Grand Bornand is Geneva Airport (GVA), which is approximately 50 to 60 kilometers away, depending on the specific route taken. Geneva Airport is an international airport in Switzerland and is commonly used by travelers heading to the French Alps. Additionally, Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS) is another airport that can be considered, though it is farther away compared to Geneva Airport.
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