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Montgenèvre Piste Map

Montgenèvre Trail Map

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Montgenèvre resort's trail map

Montgenèvre has a total of 59 slopes, covering 100km of pistes and served by 38 lifts. Of the pistes, 25 are beginner runs, 23 are intermediate runs and 11 are advanced runs. The ski resort has several runs of decent length, the longest being 7km.

Beginners

Piste-wise the resort is perfect for beginners who are in their element with a wide selection of easy green runs from the top of Les Gondrans all the way back down to the village. There’s a wonderful nursery slope at the foot of Les Gondrans complete with magic carpet. Crowds are not an issue making Montgenèvre an excellent resort to learn in.  Once beginners have practised their turns they should head to sunny Le Chalvet which has the long gentle Phare blue run.

Intermediates

Intermediate skiers can take advantage of nicely varied blues and reds above and below the tree line and even more cruisers in the vast Milky Way area. The overclassified blacks (in the Chalvet sector) are perfect for confident intermediates, and there are some nice reds – such as the narrow wooded runs to Claviere from Pian del Sole, and from Colletto Verde back towards Montgenèvre. Popular descents include the runs down from Les Anges and Le Querelay.

The terrain is diverse with open bowls and long groomed runs and intermediate skiers can confidently explore the whole resort. Shy intermediates have some excellent long runs on which to build confidence on both the Gondrans and Chalvet areas.

To access some fast reds and wide blues, hop aboard the Chalmettes cable car lift.  From there, take the green La Crete to the Col Des Gondrans ski area. They all lead back to the foot of the two main lifts; Les Gondrans and Observatoire.

Experts

Montgenèvre is better geared towards advanced skiers and snowboarders who enjoy freeriding more than downhill skiing, as the marked terrain isn't the steepest. That being said, there are some decent red runs to carve and cruise.For exciting off-piste descents and bumps, head to the virtually untouched powder in the Col de l'Alpet area. Rocher de l'Aigle offers the most challenging descent and backcountry guides from nearby La Grave and Serre Chevalier regularly bring their clients here.

Operating status: Open

9/11
Beginner Runs Open
18/24
Intermediate Runs Open
31/45
Advanced Runs Open
7/17
Expert Runs Open
Yes
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Terrain Overview

11%
Beginners Runs
25%
Intermediate Runs
46%
Advanced Runs
18%
Expert Runs
97
Runs in Total
99 km
Runs in Total
5 km
Longest Run
99 km
Skiable Terrain
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