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In the far eastern region of France is the city of Cluses. Situated deep in the mountains, the city and the surrounding area is a winter wonderland with countless options for the passionate downhill skier. Hiking and marvelous natural sites such as the Cirque de Fer a Cheval compliment the winter sports and Lake Annecy serves as a good alternative to those that would rather not brave the mountain's peaks. Whatever you wish to experience in this rugged and beautiful country, look to the travel agents of for all of your hotel needs. offers a wide range of accommodations ranging from simple one star hotels all the way up to luxurious five star options so no matter what you're looking for, you'll find it on's website. So book now, grab your skis, and enjoy all that Cluses has to offer.

What's Cluses Like?

Near Cluses is several world renown ski slopes. The famous Mount Blanc is especially popular and slopes are available for those of all difficulty levels in the winter. In the summer the mountains turn into excellent terrain for mountain climbers with a variety of trails to chose from. A spa and cable car is also available near the mountain for those looking for a more leisurely vacation. The stunning Cirque du Fer a Cheval is also nearby with an impressive 500 to 700 meter tall series of cliffs with magnificent waterfalls and 3000 meter tall mountains in the background. For those that would rather spend time on the water, Lake Annecy serves as a good option. Tours circumnavigate the lake daily in the summer and a water taxi allows you to visit the cities that surround the lake.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cluses

A variety of cuisines is available in Cluses with fruits and vegetables being popular. Poultry and fish from the many streams in the area serve as the primary meat dishes. Specialty cheeses of the area include Beaufort, Abondance, and Tomme. As you would expect, French is the native tongue of Cluses. Learning a few simple phrases to use when conversing with locals will go a long way to getting a friendly response to your questions. For as long as you stay in the mountainous town of Cluses, make the most of it by staying in a hotel.'s website includes high resolution photos of every hotel offered as well as pin pointed maps so you can chose the accommodations closest to what you want to see the most. To make reservations, visit them online or download their free smartphone app.