Montgenevre offers more on the mountain this winter with new snow sport facilities and ski pass deals.
New additions include the Chalvet cable car, better snow machines, and a new toboggan track called the Monty Express. There will also be a 1400-metre-long slalom course through the forest, with wooden bridges and tunnels, as well as night skiing once a week on the Col ski run complete with parallel slalom race tracks.
Montgenevre has launched a range of ski pass deals. A one-day ski pass in the early or late-season (Dec. 4-17 and April 10 to May 1.) is priced at the discounted rate of €26 adults, €24 seniors, and €22 children.
A six-day ski pass now includes additional benefits: four hours' free skiing on the day of your arrival if staying seven days; one free toboggan ride; and complimentary days skiing in Serre Chevalier, Alpes d'Huez, Les 2 Alpes, Puy Saint Vincent, La Vialettea, and Bardonecchia. Those who buy a six-day pass also get a discount on the Frejus tunnel.
The resort is also offering low prices outside school holiday periods, with 10 percent off a six-day break when booked 10 days before arrival.
Montgenevre is situated at an altitude of 1860 metres on the border with Italy. It is a traditional village in the Hautes-Alpes largely comprised of wooden chalets. Skiers have access to 400 kilometres of pistes in the Milky Way ski area.