1 Snow Park (Gondrans Sector)
1 Fun Zone (Gondrans Sector)
1 Boarder Cross (Chalvet Sector)
1 Multi-activity area (Snow Front Sector)
Exposed to the north (but not only!): the Gondrans (2,450 m) and Aigle (2,590 m) sectors. To the south, those of Serre-Thibaud (2,520 m) and Chalvet (2,580 m).
The resort of Montgenèvre is the oldest of French resorts, and this double exposure guarantees you optimal skiing conditions and the possibility of alternating between shade and sun as you see fit!
The ski slopes of Montgenèvre meander between 1,800 m and 2,590 m in altitude on a predominantly wooded and hilly terrain. They offer a great diversity (of difficulty and landscape) and will meet the expectations of skiers of all levels.
Rare French international ski area, preserved area par excellence, Montgenèvre is the family resort in the true sense of the term. A beginner’s area of more than 50,000 m 2 located on the snow front is the strength of the resort.
Seasoned skiers will not be left out with around fifty red and black runs, which give the ski area an interesting sporting character!
The slopes of Montgenèvre are varied, circulating half in larch or pine, and have been worked in respect of the natural morphology of the site, making skiing fluid and pleasant, with slopes of all levels including some very “sporty” black ones.