About the Resort
A French ski resort right on the edge of the Italian border, you’ve got the best of both worlds here; enjoying the wonderful slopes and culture of both countries. Perfect for families and benefiting from excellent snow conditions, Montgenèvre is a great relaxed location to visit. Getting to Montgenèvre When you’re looking
The Montgenèvre piste map offers lots for skiers of all abilities. It’s not surprising it’s such a popular location as one of the best in Europe, thanks to its huge range of runs through winding forests, with its stunning landscape views. Read more
Montgenèvre has seen lots of change in recent years. They’ve made the resort a pedestrian zone and added some swish new lodgings which has helped boost its reputation. Read more…
When you’re looking at Montgenèvre ski accommodation, you’ll find that most of the choices are reasonably priced. Read More…
You’ve definitely come to the right resort if you’re looking for good après-ski. There’s lots to do for non-skiers in Montgenèvre too. You’ve got lots for thrill-seekers here. Read More…
We really like Montgenèvre as it’s a pretty and quieter village which offers lots both on and off the slopes. You’ve got a high-altitude location with north-facing slopes, which means that you’ll get to benefit from the best snowfall in the Milky Way snow area. Read More…
+Sitting on the Italian border, with access to the Milky Way ski area.
+Good snow record.
+Versatile slopes and terrain for all abilities including off piste.
Things to think about
-Lifts need work, some are very slow.
-Sauze d’Oulx and Sestriere arent the easiest resorts to access.
Ski Pass for ski area Monts de la Lune.
Childs Pass 6-14 Years
1012km 9hr 38min
Travel from Calais
Turin | 110km | 1hr 28min