The largest resort of Haute Maurienne with strong welcoming customs of hospitality.
Your ski holidays in Termignon
Discover the slopes of the domain of Val-Cenis Termignon!
Termignon is the name of an old French commune of Savoie, in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. In January 2017, this commune merged with the towns of Bramans, Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis, Lanslevillard and Sollières-Sardières. Today, they form the commune of Val-Cenis which owns the largest skiing resort of Haute-Maurienne. Warm, convivial and authentic, the Val-Cenis domain attracts more and more tourists each year. It offers a lot of sports and cultural activities. Discover its rich regional heritage!
The Val-Cenis domain contains 61 slopes covering 125 kilometers with a majority of red slopes. The domain offers a 10 km-long slope to fully enjoy the landscape. Located at 1,300 meters in altitude, the resort culminates at 2,800m above sea level, offering a 1,500-meter vertical drop. The ski season usually starts around mid-December to the end of April.
For the past 70 years, we have shared the passion, knowledge and history of many of the real experts of the mountains. French Mountain Trip continues to acknowledge and provide a gateway to these mountain experiences for your pleasure.