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La Voie Lactée Ski Resorts

The Milky Way ski area, site of the 2006 Olympic Games, includes several French and Italian ski resorts, nestled between the Frano-Italian border. Sauze d’Oulz, Sancicario, Cesana, Claviere, Montgenevre (the only French resort which accesses the 410km of groomed ski runs in the area) and most famously, Sestriere.

The Franco Italian ski area, which links 145 ski runs, 94 lifts and 950 snow cannons, also enjoys sunshine and exceptional natural snow throughout the season.

The Milky Way is the perfect place for all skiers, from amateurs to professionals, joining France and Italy and ensuring a great skiing experience for all!

The Milky Way key facts:
- 6 stations,
- Olympic venues,
- 400Km of tracks,
- More than 1000 snow cannons,
- Heli-Skiing from Sauze d'Oulx



Resorts with more than 20cm of powder