Bonneval Sur Arc Snowboarding
The 47th most popular snowboarding destination in France.
Thursday 11 January 2018 07:01 GMT
East of Grenoble and east of Modane near the Italian border, the remote Bonneval Sur Arc ski area is a hidden secret in the freeriding community. While it takes a series of three lifts to get up to the good stuff, once you’re up on the slopes of Pointe d’Andagne, there’s a huge bowl with big vertical to explore. Overall, the family-owned Bonneval Sur Arc ski area has 14 pistes served by six main lifts that access a maximum vertical descent of 1150m. It is the highest village in the Maurienne Valley.
To reach the snowboarding in Bonneval-Sur-Arc by train from Paris, take the TGV to the Modane station. In Modane, take the bus (Ligne #M12) up Bonneval Sur Arc. Another option is the shuttle bus service offered by AltiBus. Once you get to the Val Cenis area, it’s about a 30 minute bus ride up to Bonneval Sur Arc. Although Val d’Isere and the whole Espace Killy ski region is not far away to the south, the pass is closed during the winter.
Overall, Bonneval Sur Arc is the 47th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 47 snowboarding resorts in France.