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Skiing in Valfréjus

General information

Valfréjus is a small, atmospheric ski area in the Maurienne Valley, close to the Italian border. It features 70 kilometres of slopes (mainly blue slopes) and offers great off-piste opportunities for advanced skiers. Another advantage of this somewhat smaller ski area is that its prices are relatively affordable.


From the village of Valfréjus, which is located at an altitude of 1,550 metres, two ski lifts connect to the sunny Plateau d'Arrondaz. You can then take a gondola to the highest point: Punta Bagna, which is located at an altitude of 2737 metres. From there, there is an amazing black piste and many off-piste trails that lead back to the plateau. For those who like a bit of excitement, there is also a boardercross slope and two bobsleigh slopes to enjoy. If that's not enough, you can go heli-skiing just across the border in Italy: a truly unique experience!

Unlimited skiing

In addition to skiing in Valfréjus, you can also enjoy unlimited skiing in La Norma. A total of 135 kilometres of slopes await your arrival! With a ski pass of 6-, 7-, or 8-days duration, you can also ski for 1 day in Aussois, 1 day in Val Cenis, 1 day in Bonneval Sur Arc, and 1 day in Bessans (within the validity of your ski pass).


The Aussois ski area covers a total of approx. 55 kilometres of slopes. These lie between an altitude of 1350 - 2750 metres. From the village, two chairlifts can take you to the top. For advanced skiers, the Balmes black slope is a great descent. From the top, there are several amazing red slopes that you can take back to the village. Closer to the village, there are also several blue and green slopes to enjoy. Aussois offers something for everyone, from beginners to advanced skiers.

La Norma

The ski area of La Norma is largely surrounded by forest and is very snow-sure since most of its slopes are north-facing. It consists of approximately 135 kilometres of varied slopes between 1350 - 2750 metres altitude, for both beginners and advanced skiers. Advanced skiers can enjoy the Mezelet descent or the La Norma II black slope. The Repose run is suitable for skiers of all skill levels, and you can test your agility on the slalom run.

Val Cenis

Val Cenis has a total of 125 kilometres of wonderful slopes, for beginners and advanced skiers, from an altitude of 1300 metres. For example, there is l'Escargot, the longest green slope in Europe. By the Col de Mont Cenis, on the border between France and Italy, 19 ski lifts connect the villages of Val Cenis Lanslebourg and Lanslevillard. The lower slopes are easy and mainly run through forests. From the middle station at an altitude of 2,100 metres, spacious, varied slopes offer a snow-sure area up to an altitude of 2,800 metres. The Arcelle is highly recommended: a beautiful itinéraire from l'Ouillon de la Tomba, the top of the area, back down to Lanslevillard. Snowboarders can enjoy themselves in one of the two snow parks, located on the Familiale and St. Pierre slopes. Val Cenis also has a number of beautiful off-piste descents.


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