Vialattea is an Italian-French ski area composed by seven resorts located in Piedmont, and belonging to the Alta Val Susa and Val Chisone: Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Pragelato, Claviere, and the French resort of Monginevro.

The international ski resort offers a total of 400km of skiable area, modern ski lifts and an altitude of up to 2800m. A real dream for all snow lovers. All this makes Vialattea one of the best “ski in/ski out” resorts in Europe. It features over 250 ski slopes catering to the needs of expert skiers and beginners alike. The difficulty level ranges from the very steep runs of Banchetta to the gently winding slopes of Sansicario. With such an extensive offer, the ski resort is suitable for everyone, from young skiers looking for an adrenalin fix to families who enjoy spending time together on the snow.



Vialattea is not only synonymous of skiing and winter sports; every spring, in fact, the area undertakes an incredible metamorphosis: the snow-white slopes turn into bright green fields; the ski area comes alive again, becoming the scene of guided hikes, adventurous treks and mountain bike rides, immersed in a unique natural landscape.