|Just 2 kilometres from the Italian border stands the picturesque resort of Montgenèvre-the only French departure point among the 400 kms of pistes in the "Via Lattea" region. Although the return to Sestrières, the central resort of this ski area, is quite… more »|
|From the end of November to the end of April La Thuile offers an extensive choice of slopes for all difficulty, from numerous and gentle "blue" slopes for beginners to the more challenging and fun varieties of "red" slopes for intermediates, to the most difficult… more »|
|Monterosa is the collective name of three valleys in Italy, hard up against the Swiss border, which share their ski lift system. To help decide which valley will suit you best as a base, you need to follow this rule of thumb: Champoluc, in the west is for confident,… more »|
If it's your dream to leave your car keys in a drawer and have a holiday with your skis on your feet, then Pila can make that dream come true. Lying above the city of Aosta in a bowl-shaped depression lined with fir and larch trees, Pila was built as an "integrative" ski resort, perfectly equipped for sport and entertainment. As well as boasting a breath-taking view across the most important mountains: Mont Blanc, Grand Combin, the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, at Pila you can avoid those tiring treks carrying your skis on your shoulders as it's so easy to reach your hotel with your skis still on your feet.