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Last update: 17/03/2020

Sansicario


Sansicario is a hamlet of Cesana Torinese, that is 3.4 Km away from it. From Sansicario Borgo, you can reach Sansicario Alto (on the west side of mount Fraiteve, in the Northern Susa Valley), where are the ski lifts starting points. Alpine skiing slopes are almost only in the woods and are connected upstream to Sestriere and Sauze d’Oulx, and downstream to Cesana Torinese. The experts can reach 2700 m on Mount Fraiteve, while the beginners have easy slopes nearby the village. Kids can enjoy themselves in the baby park. Two strong points of this resort are the lack of…


Sansicario is a hamlet of Cesana Torinese, that is 3.4 Km away from it. From Sansicario Borgo, you can reach Sansicario Alto (on the west side of mount Fraiteve, in the Northern Susa Valley), where are the ski lifts starting points.

Alpine skiing slopes are almost only in the woods and are connected upstream to Sestriere and Sauze d’Oulx, and downstream to Cesana Torinese. The experts can reach 2700 m on Mount Fraiteve, while the beginners have easy slopes nearby the village. Kids can enjoy themselves in the baby park. Two strong points of this resort are the lack of crowding on the slopes and the excellent sun exposure. Besides skiing, you can choose among freeriding, ski-mountaineering, backcountry skiing, routes for snowshoes walking.

Sansicario is located at 1700 m and was built at the end of the 60s, based on a project of the French architect Laurent Chappis, to a ski total skiing resort. Here you will find a peculiar monorail, a funicular designed by Mr. Pininfarina, connecting the centre to the lower residence, with two terminus and a stop in the middle.

Sansicario hosted the women Super G and Downhill during the 2006 Olympic Games. For this occasion, it was built a very technical slope, the Fraiteve Olympique, that we recommend.

With its ski lifts, Sansicario is part of Via Lattea, a large ski area which offers 400 Km of slopes on the frontier between Italy and France.

Other Via Lattea ski resorts: Sauze d’Oulx, Clavière – Cesana Torinese, Montgenèvre, Sestriere

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Km OF TRACKS

120

blue

200

red

80

black

70 TOTAL FACILITIES

1

Ropeways

3

Cableways

0

Funiculars

37

Chair lifts

21

Skilifts

8

Tapis roulant