Discovery Italy Ski Resort
We are specialized in the Vialattea ski area where we can offer you numerous services for both individuals and groups. Our experience, expertise and network of contacts, however, also allow us to create interesting group proposals for other ski areas in Piedmont and the Aosta Valley.
Sauze d’Oulx, Sestriere-Pragelato, Cesana-Sansicario, Claviere & Montgenevre
With 400 km, 247 runs, 70 lifts, Vialattea is like no other place in Italy. Stretching from Sauze d’Oulx in Italy to Montgenevre in France, skiers will find 70 lifts, some amazing off-piste areas to explore, and a lift system that connects the whole area.
Each village along the way has a unique look and feel. From the modern venues in Sestriere, the lively pubs of Sauze d’Oulx, to the charming restaurants of throughout the area, there is something for everyone amidst the beautiful backdrop of the Alps.
100 km, 22 lifts, 39 slopes, and 1 snow park with the only Olympic half pipe in Western Europe, Bardonecchia has several skiing areas, each with something different to offer: the main area of Colomion-Les Arnauds; Melezet, with wide runs that spin out through the woods; Jafferau, which is just 5 minutes from the centre of the city.
There is a free ski bus that runs from the city to Jaffreau where the skiing is mainly on open runs with amazing views over the surrounding mountains.
Breuil - Cervinia
Together with Valtournenche on the Italian side, Breuil-Cervinia offers 150 km of slopes and 19 lifts. Connecting with Zermatt the International area boasts 350 km, 53 lifts, 150 slopes & 2 snowparks, and becomes one of the biggest ski areas in Europe.
Dominated by Monte Cervino on the Italian side, known as the Matterhorn on the Swiss side, apart from great skiing the area also offers spectacular views.
100 km, 18 lifts & 33 slopes, Courmayeur is on the sunny side of the Mont Blanc. Perfectly groomed slopes run along off-piste areas for those chasing virgin snow after the last snowfall.
Monte Bianco, or famously known as Mont Blanc, is the highest mountain in Europe, and each year enthusiasts set out to conquer its high slopes.
Courmayeur also offers an International skipass that covers the various ski areas of Chamonix. Both areas are especially well known for the off-piste.
160 km, 39 lifts, 85 slopes, 2 snowparks, La Thuile has always been a “must go” destination for those who love skiing in wide spaces.
La Thuile is part of the International ski area of the Espace San Bernardo. Thanks to the direct link to the La Rosière ski area, you can ski between Italy and France with only one skipass.
For lovers of Heliski La Thuile offers both the Rutor and the Miravidi glaciers.
Champoluc, Gressoney & Alagna.
The 75 km, 27 lifts & 51 slopes, of the Monterosa ski area embraces the three valleys that form the range of Mount Rosa. You can ski from Champoluc, in Val d’Ayas, to Alagna, in Valsesia, passing through the Valley of Gressoney, or you can decide to experience the area in a more intimate way, skiing in the little resorts of Antagnod, Brusson and Gressoney-Saint-Jean, all easy to reach by public transport.
This area offers skiers and snowboarders a big variety of slopes and a modern web of lifts that take you all around the ski area. Alagna, in particular, is very popular for off-piste skiing.