Part of the Milky Way ski area
A school ski trip to Montgenèvre in France will offer you access to the Milky Way ski area – most of which is in Italy. This opportunity to ski in two countries and experience two cultures is one your students will never forget. The snow record here is fantastic, and better even than its Italian counterparts. The village itself is ideal for school ski groups – charming and quiet, this feels like a safe place to bring a group of students. The laid-back atmosphere and lack of boisterous nightlife means you can just relax and enjoy your school ski holiday with your students. And, to make life even easier, your accommodation will be close to a lift, offering easy access to the slopes.
Interested in this resort?
Montgenèvre is part of the Milky Way (Via Lattea in Italian) ski area, so choosing this resort for your school ski trip gives you convenient access to over 400km of piste. As most of the runs are above 2500m, the snow conditions are guaranteed throughout the season. The nursery slopes are at village level which is super convenient for beginners. Plus, thanks to the altitude, there’s no issue with snow cover here as there can be at other, lower resorts. Intermediates will have great fun with the excellent variety of runs that often start above the treeline, before descending through the trees. For the expert skiers, there are nine black runs in Montgenèvre itself, with plenty more challenging terrain throughout the rest of the Milky Way.
Very good for intermediate skiers.
- Aylesbury High School