Find here 2021-2022 skipass prices for the Montgenevre ski resort. All information about day tickets, multiday tickets, ski season periods and special offers.
The Montgenèvre international resort offers two distinct ski areas: Grand Montgenèvre (95 km) and the Monts de la Lune (Montgenevre - Claviere 110km) the latter is the link with the Milky Way (Via Lattea)). In total, with its 400 kilometers, The Via Lattea is the 5th ski resort in the world!
Grand Montgenevre area ski pass prices 2021 - 2022
ski season 18.12.2021 to 18.04.2022
Monts de la Lune: Montgenevre - Claviere - Cesana ski pass prices
Ski Pass Monts De La Lune - (MDL) is the standard area pass. It covers Montgenevre & Claviere for the entire period of your stay (120km). The 6 day MDL pass gives you free days in neighbouring resorts. With us, you received a discounted rate on the 6 day MDL pass. We will automatically bill you at the correct rate for your week.
*The 6 day Monts De La Lune pass includes free days in Serre Chevalier, The Milky Way (Sestriere/San Sicario/Sauze D’Oulx), Puy St Vincent, Les Deux Alpes & Alps D’Huez.
Adults: from 15 years
Juniors: 6 - 14 years
Seniors: 65 - 74 years
Infants: 0 - 5 years
Includes plastic support (worth Eu 3.00)
Montgenevre Special Offers
6 days family pack
Web special offers: 1 Day Grand Montgenèvre, 6 Days Web & 6/7/8 Days Monts de la Lune Family Pack
Montgenevre Tourist Office
Place du Bivouac Napoléon, Route d'Italie
Tel: (+33) 4 92 21 52 52[email protected]
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