Montgenevre is a great resort if you want to mix and match different types of skiing. The resort has won an award for its cross-country skiing and has about 25kms of trails on its doorstep with bus access to another 40kms. For downhillers it offers a wide range of slopes, a constantly improving lift system, access to the massive Milky Way system and also lift pass which allows a day in other resorts including Alp D'Huez where you could ski the Sarene run which has been claimed to be the longest black run in the Alps.
Before deciding where to ski, ask the ski companies or use the web to check if the six or more day ski pass you are probably going to be buying gives you a day’s access to the lifts at a neighbouring resort for free or a reduced price and whether the ski company lays on transport to get you there and back. Many do though you will have to pay for this. If staying in a smaller resort this can really add to the variety and mileage you can get under your. Check out St Foy’s pass for free or reduced access to one of the huge five star areas of Val D’Isere, Tignes or Les Arcs. Passo Tonale’s pass gives a free day in either Madonna di Campagilo or the Brenta Dolomites and if in French Serre Chevalier you can get a taste of Italian skiing in Sestriere or other Italian resorts of the big Milky Way system.
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