Fun at altitude for your kids, thanks to Monterosa Ski a mountain holiday has never been so funny: come and discover our Summer and Winter Parks: bouncy castles, games, tubing and even a dragon… Are you ready for a magic season?
You can ski at night on the legendary “Leonardo David” track. For all fans of skiing, night opening of the Weissmatten chairlift in Gressoney-Saint-Jean: evocative and exciting descents on the international track Leonardo David Special, the legendary “black” dedicated to
For those who really want to have fun this winter, Monterosa Ski has a brand-new jewel: Colle Bettaforca Fun Slope, a dynamic adventure on the snow which will become one of your best memories in Monterosa Ski! Last winter Monterosa
Sant’Anna opens to beginners and families. The Sant’Anna area, in the Gressoney Valley, will become the training area for downhill future skiers. Starting from the 2018/2019 winter season, this beautiful natural terrace overlooking the Monte Rosa mountain will be equipped
Privileged location for entertaining little ones and providing parents with relaxation. Games, inflatables and two tapis roulants on which to experience the first sensations of downhill skiing. It’s easy to reach so no need to use the ski stations. Games
In this splendid corner of Estoul lots of entertainment for children with games and inflatables as well as unforgettable sensations on their first downhill skiing experiences. It’s easy to reach so no need to use the ski stations. Games available:
After taking the cable car to the first stop at Laris, you will reach the magical world of the Baby Snow Park where kids will find games and tapis roulants on which to baptise their skis. Games available: two tapis
Tailor-made entertainment for children at the Baby Snow Park in Gressoney-Saint-Jean. A play area for kids to enjoy themselves with the snow and tapis roulant on which to baptise their skis. It’s easy to reach so no need to use
Two alpine valleys for skiing over 100 Km of slopes which wind through three valleys that bestraddle the Aosta Valley and Piedmont from Champoluc to Alagna passing through Gressoney-La-Trinité. Significant height differences and technically and perfectly tracked slopes to guarantee
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