On Thursday, 7 December, the first ski lifts of the Vialattea ski resort will open. The recent snowfalls and temperatures suitable for the production of programmed snow have allowed some slopes to be prepared. People will start skiing in Sestriere, in the Alpette and Borgata areas.
Do you want to experience something unique in Vialattea? Download our official VIALATTEA SKI APP and enjoy your next mountain experience! Monitor your on-slope performance, receive real-time information about the area, and immerse yourself in an interactive experience with our new 3D skimap.
From 7 to 10 December 2023 SNOW WEEK will bring 4 days of events and music to Sestriere! Over 2,000 boys and girls from all over Italy will come to Sestriere for a weekend full of music, skiing and events to celebrate 2023/2024 ski season opening!
THE ESSENTIAL IN ONE HAND
Do you want to live a unique experience in Vialattea? Download our official APP and enjoy your next Vialattea Mountain Experience! The APP offers you a set of features designed to optimise your Mountain Experience before, during and after your stay. It’s very simple: plan your ski day and get real-time information on the opening status of slopes and lifts. Create your Skitude profile and record your performances on the slopes to get detailed statistics of all your activities. And it doesn’t end there! Participate in challenges and compete with the whole community.
Ski in Italy without limits and borders, this is Vialattea! A wide and varied skiing offering, with ski slopes of all levels and difficulties, capable of satisfying the needs of families, athletes, and winter sports enthusiasts: this is the best ski resort in Italy!
Vialattea, one of the largest ski resort in Europe, is the point of reference for all ski and snow lovers. Hundreds of kilometers of groomed and well-maintained slopes, connected by modern ski lifts, make Vialattea the best place to ski in Italy.
5 GREAT REASONS
TO COME SKIING IN VIALATTEA
Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Claviere, Oulx, Pragelato, and Montgenèvre host the most famous ski slopes in the Alps, where the world’s greatest ski champions have competed and where, every season, millions of enthusiasts gather to spend a day on the snow or a wonderful white week.
All the locations within the ski resort are easily accessible and are conveniently connected to Turin’s international airport by train, bus, and a convenient highway.
Come and realize the dream of skiing in Italy! Vialattea offers skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts 295 ski slopes for a total of over 400 km of skiable area!
70 ski lifts connect the ski slopes and the different ski resorts, offering a unique experience in the panorama of the italian ski resorts. Snowparks, Baby Fun Parks, areas dedicated to the little ones and 800 ski instructors are waiting for you to make your stay even more enjoyable and safe.
The resort winds over a large section of the Cottian Alps, involving the Susa, Chisone valleys, and the nearby French resort of Montgenèvre. Unique and ever-changing panoramas, slopes that reach up to 2800 meters in altitude, gentle slopes ideal for families and children, and challenging slopes that can test even the great champions: our ski resort in Italy represent the ideal territory for skiing in the Alps!
Are you planning a wonderful snow holiday dedicated to winter sports? Why not discover the ski slopes of the Vialattea resort, the jewel of the Piedmont Alps? We have an offer tailored to your needs! You can also purchase your ski pass online, either from the comfort of your home or hotel, thus skipping queues at the counter, ensuring you don’t waste a single minute and fully enjoy your skiing holiday!
Among the ticket types available we have daily ski passes Vialattea, Montiluna, Montiluna-Monginevro, international and multi-day passes from 2 to 15 consecutive days.
Where to ski in the Alps, if not in the Vialattea resort? We offer our guests a 360-degree experience, consisting of skiing, unique slopes, and many opportunities to spend free time. Each of the resorts in the area offers those who come to ski in Italy various accommodation options, a dense network of services, and different possibilities to have fun and relax after a pleasant day on the slopes: après-ski, musical and cultural events, international competitions, exhibitions, refuges, and restaurants where you can immerse yourself in the gastronomic traditions of the area.
What could be better than a dinner featuring traditional dishes, accompanied by some of the world’s finest wines?