Montgenevre Ski Resort France
Montgenevre ski resort is the 'French connection' of the Via Lattea
(Milky Way) interlinked ski region. A high altitude base ensures great snow quality all season long. A large ski resort in its own right, it has the bonus of a simple ski down the valley to cross the border to Claviere and the rest of the Via Lattea in Italy.
Montgenevre ski resort sits in a high pass on the Italy/France frontier at 1850m elevation. Access by car is via Briancon in France (N94 road) or Oulx
in Italy (SS24 road). Buses operated by Voyageurs regularly (4 per day each direction) make the journey between the train stations at Oulx and Briancon via Montgenevre. Cost is about €7.50 one way (2016/17 prices). Oulx train station makes a great gateway to the area as fast trains from Turin, Milan and Paris all stop there.
Aside from the major ski areas of the Via Lattea (Oulx
) the nearby ski resort of Serre Chevalier
is well worth a visit and is included in multi day Montgenevre lift passes.
More information about this European ski resort is coming soon.
The Powderhounds reviewed this resort in February 2017, stay tuned for more information.
Tours in or near Montgenevre