La Féclaz - Le Revard

Push your limits and take to the skies in landscapes that seem to go on forever.

One of France’s biggest nordic ski resorts turns into an natural kingdom with a whole host of sports and activities in the great outdoors.

Savoie Grand Revard gives you a total change of scene with its stunning scenery and fabulous views. But there’s more to it… The resort towers above Bourget Lake, the biggest natural lake in France and a fantastic playground for adventure-seekers.

To each their own adventure

In the tracks of the champs

Have a once in a lifetime experience at one of Martin Foucade’s training sites (multiple world championship winner and Olympic medallist). The Alexis Bœuf biathlon stadium, its international firing line and 4.5km tarmac piste will make you a strong contender whether it be in rifle shooting or roller skiing.


Slide and soar at Le Revard

If you’re missing the snow, go tubing in Le Revard. Snuggle into a giant doughnut and zip along a 180m piste with lots of twists and turns. If you want a real rush then you can fly metres into the air off a springboard before you land on a giant air cushion!

Forest canopy expeditions

How about taking a leaf out of D’un Arbre à l’Autre’s book in La Féclaz for a treetop adventure? D’un Arbre à l’Autre brings you 10 fun-filled and sporty trails suitable for all ages to experience with family or friends in a beautiful woodland setting. The harness-free Ninja trail is ideal for little ones. Unleash your inner adventurer and explore the treehouses, trampolines and zip-lines.

Spectacular outdoors and fresh air

150km of trails for a deep breath of fresh air

Whether it be hiking, horse riding, mountain biking in the mountain pastures, forest or on the ridges, families and keen sports fans will love the 150km of signposted trails.

Have a stab at climbing, canyoning and paragliding in a staggering setting and make magical memories.


Outstanding views

Drink in the 360° views at the top of Mont Revard and gaze at the scenery from Bourget Lake to Mont Blanc on the belvedere and 3 bridges hovering over the drop. A sight for sore eyes!