Pays de Gex – What’s new Winter 2022 – 2023

There are many ways to experience the Pays de Gex, so this press guide is dedicated to all the different things you can get up to when you are in the region.

The Pays de Gex offers a diverse  range of sports and gastronomy, town and country, plain and mountain, nature and culture, solo or family holidays.

This guide has been divided into themes to make learning all about this destination easier.

The Monts Jura resorts guide is devoted to the winter season: and if there is one thing to remember, it would of course be the panoramic views of the Jura, Lake Geneva and the Alps. There really is no better view in Europe of the Mont Blanc range. Aside from quiet ski areas, the Pays de Gex also offers an array of activities for all ages, gourmet food, as well as an intriguing history and heritage. You will know everything you need to know after reading this.

Stretching across the Monts Jura, Pays de Gex sits between 900 metres and 1,680 metres altitude. From Alpine skiing or snowboarding to tobogganing, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, it has everything to offer. Starting with its immediate proximity to Geneva International Airport, this offers clients the opportunity to take a short break or keep an eye out for cheaper mid-week flights and enjoy the quiet mountains. Throughout the season, guests can enjoy peaceful pistes, several mountain restaurants, some ski-in, ski-out places to stay and plenty of other activities.

There are three downhill ski areas; Lélex-Crozet, Mijoux-La Faucille and Mentières. For cross-country skiing head to the internationally acclaimed La Vattay-Valserine with its 130 km of trails and a superb ski school to get beginners fit to slide. Lift passes are from 32€ a day.

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