Snowboarding

100 km of ski slopes. 23 ski lifts

5 black; 18 red; 16 blue. 50% of the runs have snowmaking capabilities
Snow park, Snow tubing, Cross-country skiing, Snowshoeing
Ski and snowboarding schools, Coordinated first aid services, Bars, restaurants, cafeterias in the ski areas
Ski, snowboarding and accessories rentals

The site for all the snowboarding competitions at the 2006 Turin Winter Olympic Games, Bardonecchia has become a point of reference for snowboarding on a global scale, thanks to an avant-garde snow park and numerous runs that are ideal for snowboarding.

Snowboarding fans can find descents and structures in Bardonecchia of all types and at all levels, appropriate for those trying snowboarding for the first time as well as those who are at an advanced level. Moreover, international champions, national instructors, trainers and experts are part of the staff of the Ski School and are available to those who are interested in snowboarding or in perfecting their technique and style.

The Colomion area is mainly a wooded ski environment. The Jafferau one is predominantly a high-altitude ski area (the highest point reaches 2,807 metres) and offers a breathtaking landscape.

Ski lifts

The ski area of Bardonecchia is made up of the following areas, each of which has different but complementary characteristics.

The Colomion-Les Arnauds and Melezet ski areas have wide well-marked ski runs mainly in the woods, where a dense and creative web of routes which depart from the centre of the town – at Campo Smith, at just over 1,330 metres above sea level – reaching the vast treeless plateau of Vallon Cros at 2,400 metres.

Just 5 minutes from the town centre, thanks to the free shuttle buses, you can reach the Jafferau ski area which reaches a maximum altitude of 2,800 metres. Here you can mainly ski without woods in a high-altitude environment, with an incomparable vista of the surrounding mountains.

The area consists of:

  • 23 ski lifts able to transport 30,000 people/hour
  • 100 km of runs of which 5 are black, 18 red and 16 blue
  • 50% of the runs have snowmaking capabilities
  • Snow park
  • Indicated snowshoeing routes
  • Ski and snowboarding schools
  • Coordinated first aid services
  • Bars, restaurants, cafeterias in the ski areas
  • Ski, snowboarding and accessories rentals

For more information:
UFFICIO SKIPASS
P.zza Europa, 15 – 10052 BARDONECCHIA
Tel. 0122.99137 – fax 0122.902266
www.bardonecchiaski.com

A unique and untainted landscape

Comune di bardonecchia - Ufficio del Turismo

Contact

Tourism office

Piazza de Gasperi 1/a - Bardonecchia

Email: info.bardonecchia@turismotorino.org

+39 0122 99032

 

 

By car

via the A32 Turin-Frejus toll highway or using the SS 24, SS 25 and SS 332 state highways in Susa Valley.

 

By train

via the international Milan-Paris railway line, Bardonecchia is the last Italian station at the entrance to the Frejus tunnel and the Turin-Bardonecchia-Modane line.
More information:
www.trenitalia.it - Tel. 892021
www.sfmtorino.it
it.oui.sncf/it/tgv-italia-francia

By airplane

The nearest airport is the Turin Caselle international airport (95 km away) but the Milan Linate, Malpensa, Chambery and Geneva airports are at a convenient distance.