Val Cenis Lanslevillard: a traditional and welcoming village
The resort of Val Cenis was formed by an association of the villages of Bramans, Lanslevillard, Sollières-Sardières, Termignon-la-Vanoise and Lanslevillard-Mont-Cenis. With its warm and typical Savoie atmosphere, this is the ideal destination for families or skiers in search of a cosy night in.
Having said that, its après-ski scene is just as broad and diverse as in a larger resort. Once the slopes close and you hang up your ski rental, you’ll be free to indulge in a tasty snack at one of eateries, or you could even try one of the village's restaurants serving regional specialities.
Activity-wise, you are spoilt for choice. Your options include snowshoeing outings, dog sled rides, trying your hand at mountaineering, or even taking your first flight in a microlight.
Ski area in Val Cenis Lanslevillard
On your holiday in Val Cenis Lanslevillard, you can enjoy a skiable area consisting of 58 pistes: 5 black runs, 21 red runs, 19 blue runs and 13 green runs. There are 125 km of downhill skiing served by 29 ski lifts to discover with your ski rental.
If freestyle is your passion, then Val Cenis Lanslevillard boasts two snowparks and two boardercross areas. Fans of cross-country skiing can also enjoy their holiday here. A free shuttle bus serves the Nordic area in Bessans, which features 133 km of trails for both classic cross-country skiing and skate skiing, and is one of the finest facilities in France.
As part of the Espace Haute Maurienne Vanoise ski area totalling 350 km of descents, Val Cenis Lanslevillard is also connected to the slopes in Aussois, La Norma, Valfréjus, Bessans and Bonneval-sur-Arc.
Good to know about Val Cenis Lanslevillard:
· Picturesque village for a magical holiday;
· Tranquil atmosphere;
Access to one of the France’s best cross-country skiing areas.