Bardonecchia (province of Turin) is located in Alta Val di Susa, in Piedmont. It is the last town you find in Italy if you travel through the valley in the direction of France: from here, in fact, you can access the Frejus Tunnel, which connects the two countries through a 12.8 km long tunnel.
Bardonecchia offers three ski areas, for a total of about 100 km of slopes: Colomion – Les Arnauds and Melezet start from Campo Smith (1330 m) in the town center and allow you to ski on very wide slopes, mainly in the woods, up to an altitude of 2400 m.
The Jafferau area, on the other hand, reaches a maximum altitude of 2800 m, with high-altitude slopes and an unbeatable view of the mountains.
In Bardonecchia there are also a snowpark, a cross-country ski track and numerous paths to go on with snowshoes. For après-ski, the numerous restaurants and chalets at high altitude are very interesting, reachable both by the ski lifts and by snowcat. Here you can continue the fun in the snow until late in the evening.
Bardonecchia is about 95 km from Turin airport: with our private transfers by car or minivan you can easily reach this location in about 1 hour, along the A32 Torino – Bardonecchia motorway. For this season we offer discounted transfers starting from EUR 313.00 for a round trip. Turin Ski Transfers can also provide your transfer from Milan Airports (Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo Orio al Serio).
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