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Located at an altitude of 1860 m on the Italian border, Montgenèvre ski resort is a true haven of peace where you can enjoy the riches of unspoiled nature, a mountain freely accessible, the quality of the snow, exceptional sunshine. For those who love great skiing and who have already traveled the areas of Montgenèvre-Monts de la Lune, the Vialattea (or Milky Way) awaits you!
Montgenèvre ski resort being the only French resort connected to the Olympic areas of Turin 2006, you will then have the opportunity to slide on 400km of slopes shared between the areas of Montgenèvre, Clavière, Cesana, Sestrière, Sansicario and Sauze d’Oulx.
Ski the men’s Olympic downhill, and relive the turns of the women’s downhill, the emotions will undoubtedly be there.
MONTGENÈVRE, 400KM OF TRACKS SHARED BETWEEN THE AREAS OF MONTGENÈVRE, CLAVIÈRE, CESANA, SESTRIÈRE, SANSICARIO AND SAUZE D’OULX.
Vibrate like an athlete on the slopes of the Olympic sites from Montgenèvre
The alpine ski area of Montgenèvre stretches over two slopes: to the south sector Chalvet / Serre-Thibaud and to the north sector Chalmettes / Gondrans / Aigle, both are linked by ski.
Wooded, hilly, with freeride areas, the Montgenèvre area will seduce by the beauty of its landscapes and its diversity. Tracks of all levels are deployed between 1860m and 2450m altitude. The snow front which includes the Nordic ski area, a toboggan area, a beginners area of 50,000m² and a half-pipe, is also an ideal place to stroll and start your day of skiing.
Located on the Italian border, the Montgenèvre day pass still gives you access to three ski lifts on Clavière in Italy (Cime Saurel, Col Boeuf and Gimont). Located in the Gondrans sector, the new Montgenèvre snowpark is accessible by chairlift. It includes 2 freestyle lines with a length of 500 meters, accessible to both novices and initiates.
Montgenèvre also has a boardercross, located on the Chalvet and a fun path in the Gondrans sector. Also note the secure freeride area still in the Gondrans sector accessible from the Observatory chairlift.