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…

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La Thuile

La Thuile is located in Val d ‘Aosta, in north-west Italy, in a particular position: we are in fact at the foot of Mont Blanc, at an altitude of 1450 m, along the international road that connects Val d’ Aosta and France through the Piccolo San Bernardo pass (accessible only in summer!). Someone defines La Thuile as the “wild side”…

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The two villages of Saint-Jean (1385 m) and La-Trinité (1635 m) come together in a territorial and cultural unit commonly called Gressoney. They are located in Valle d’Aosta, north-west Italy, in a smaller valley called Valle del Lys (from the river that flows through it). We are at the foot of Monte Rosa, the largest mountain massif in the Alps…

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Champoluc is located in the Aosta Valley, in North West Italy, at an altitude of 1568 meters. It is the most important town in a small valley, called Valle d’Ayas, crossed by the Evancon river and dominated by the Monte Rosa massif and its high peaks. The landscape is very varied, with glaciers and rocky walls, but also gentle slopes…

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We at TurinSkiTransfers do not only deal with transfers to the mountains: during the rest of the year we work, with the usual commitment and dedication, for people who, for tourism or for work, are in Turin and its surroundings. Turin is a beautiful city, which in recent years has been able to enhance its many artistic, cultural and environmental…

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Courmayeur is one of the most famous tourist resorts, both summer and winter, of all the Alps. It is the last town in Val d ‘Aosta (in the North-West of Italy) and is located at the foot of the Mont Blanc massif (the highest mountain in Europe, 4810 m) in a basin where two side valleys converge: Val Ferret and…

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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…

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Sauze d’ Oulx

Sauze d ’Oulx is a town in the province of Turin, in Piedmont. It is located at 1503 m in the upper Susa Valley. It consists of an ancient village typically in Alpine style, and a new part, where hotels and holiday homes are located. Sportinia (2137 m), on Mount Triplex, is the intermediate station: several slopes and lifts start…

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