Straddled between the High Alps region and the Italian county of Piedmont, the Voie Lactée area is one of the largest in the world. It is home to seven stations including Montgenevre, Claviere and Pragela.

The century-old Voie Lactée

One of the largest ski areas in the world

This area offers 244 ski slopes that will satisfy even the most athletic visitors. Enjoy the 30 green runs, 54 blue runs, 118 red runs and 42 black runs, without forgetting the 40km of cross-country tracks for hiking enthusiasts.

A historic resort

History buffs can follow in the footsteps of Julius Caesar and Napoleon in the resort of Montgenèvre, and more adventurous visitors can learn to bobsleigh on a track created especially for the 2006 Youth Olympics.

Incomparable comfort

At the heart of Montgenevre, let yourself be guided by the professionals at Au Chalet du Guide, recommended by Skiset, and enjoy optimum comfort a stone's throw from the slopes at the Hotel de le Chalvet or Le Chalet Blanc.