Montgenevre is a French village, located in the Hautes-Alpes department, right at the border with Italy. This locality takes its name from the Monginevro pass, an ancient road between France and Italy, which was already traveled in pre-Roman times. Being positioned on a hill, at an altitude of 1860 meters, the snow is always abundant, and the ski season here starts early and ends last. Furthermore, the climate is often windy and there are many sunny days.
The ski slopes are great especially for beginners and intermediates. We have 38 ski lifts for a total of approximately 100 km of slopes. But there’s more: Montgenèvre is part of the Via Lattea, the famous Italian-French ski area (which also includes Sestriere, Sansicario, Cesana, Oulx, Sauze d’Oulx and Claviere) which offers over 400 km of slopes.
In Montgenèvre there is also a snow park and a large off-piste area.
Despite being a small town, Montgenèvre offers excellent hospitality at reasonable prices: there are several restaurants and bars for after-skiing and shops for shopping.
Furthermore, access to the slopes is very easy and fast.
The nearest airport is Turin, which is about 110 km away. The best way to reach Montgenèvre from Turin is with a private transfer. In fact, it takes less than an hour and a half, taking the comfortable A32 motorway up to Oulx, then passing through Cesana and Claviere (the last town in Italy).
We at TurinSkiTransfers offer private transfers by car and van: we await you at the airport (we can also pick you up at Milan airports) and take you directly to your accommodation. Ski transport is free. Please check the rate on our price list, fill out the form to make a request, or write to us for more information!