Montgenèvre Town Hall
The reception of the Town Hall is open Monday to Friday from 1.30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Montgenèvre is located near the Franco-Italian border at an altitude of 1,860 meters between the Clarée valley and the Susa valley, in the Hautes-Alpes department.
Due to its geographical position, on the Italian border, Montgenèvre has witnessed past conflicts. Thus, to defend themselves and observe the passages, various fortifications have been built on the estate. The most remarkable of these is the Fort du Chaberton, culminating at an altitude of 3,135 meters.
Montgenèvre is the oldest French ski resort: it celebrated its centenary in the winter of 2007.
Integrated into the Franco-Italian area of the Milky Way (400 km of slopes), the Montgenèvre ski area has 110 km of slopes and 31 ski lifts.
In 2018, the town had 521 inhabitants.
- Parking à vélo
- Free parking
- Toll parking
- Meeting room
- accepted animals
Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Exceptional closures on January 1, Easter Monday, Ascension Thursday, Pentecost Monday, May 1, May 8, July 14, August 15, November 1, November 11 and December 25.
Updated on 07/19/2021 - Tourist Office of Montgenèvre -Suggest a modification