Val-Cenis is a ski resort in the heart of the Vanoise National Park. About 150 km of slopes make it a true paradise for skiers in winter.
The resort consists of three mountain settlements lying close to each other. It is characterized by traditional alpine buildings and an excellent cuisine combining French and Italian influences. It is quieter here than in the leading alpine ski stations, and the conditions do not differ from them.
In Val-Cenis, you can use 150 km of pistes and approximately 30 km of cross-country ski runs. Both advanced and beginner skiers will find a descent here. In addition, there is a snow park, ski schools for children and adults, and extensive dining facilities.
The apres-ski offer in Val-Cenis includes restaurants, bars, clubs as well as tobogganing tracks, dog sledding, gyms and fitness rooms, snowshoe tours and a large aquapark with wellness center.
In summer, you can go hiking, cycling, climbing by yourself or with instructors, and paragliding.