My passions are downhill and cross-country skiing, so where should I train this winter? Discover the Monts Jura resort in order to take advantage of four ski areas with unique landscapes on Lake Geneva and Mont-Blanc.

Ski in front of Mont Blanc

The Jura Mountains are located in the south of the Jurassien massif in the department of Ain, 10 kilometres from Geneva.

The resort sits at the junction of four winter sports areas: three alpine skiing areas, Lélex-Crozet, Mijoux-La Faucille and Menthières-Chézery as well as the Nordic area of La Vattay-Valserine. To explore the landscapes of the Jura, what better way to explore than by snowshoeing or Nordic skiing. Many trails offer breathtaking views of the Alps, Lake Geneva and the Bay of Geneva.

A place to enjoy many sensations!

Want to have fun? You’ve come to the right place! Take advantage of the 47 slopes, 28 ski lifts and 900 metres of altitude difference to ski with complete peace of mind!

The Jura Mountains is an ideal area to take your first steps in a ski school as well as for free riders that will also find plenty to make them happy!

A real playground for sports enthusiasts and ideal for family holidays, all the slopes offer a real festival of sensations. As part of the Jura Mountains, the resort offers ski areas between 900 and 1680 metres above sea level with activities suitable for all!

Take your time!

The ski area offers activities and events on a regular basis, to share some lovely moments with the locals! First step: participate in the welcome drink on arrival, followed by a night skiing trip and finally enjoy the local cuisine.

Sporting events are organised much to the delight of skiers and snowboarders. Come and participate in the snowboard competition to show off your talents, or if you prefer, simply admire their performances from afar.

Families and seniors will also find many activities to enjoy in winter… without skis: museums, gastronomy, dog sledding, spa treatments….

For more information on holidays in the Jura Mountains, click here.

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