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Ski by night

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

Bettaforca Fun Slope

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

Three valleys on skis

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

Antagnod

Tailor made for the family, this ski station has a Baby Snow Park and is also perfect for those wishing to enjoy a day’s skiing at one of the sunniest places in the Aosta Valley.

Brusson

In the Estoul basin, the ski stations are located at altitudes of over 1,700 metres. The easy and average difficult levels make the ski lift facilities ideal for baptising your skis and perfecting the techniques you will need to enjoy

Champorcher

In the heart of the Mont Avic Nature Park Valley, the Champorcher slopes are highly appreciated by both beginner and expert skiers and over the years, they have fallen in love with this location. When you arrive at the 2,500

Gressoney-Saint-Jean

Well known for its famous “black” Leonardo David Special slope, one of the most beautiful in the entire alpine range, Gressoney-Saint-Jean and the Weissmatten ski lifts are the perfect destination for those who are looking for a challenge on technical

Ski alp routes Monterosa Ski

For those looking to conquer the routes provided by the ski lifts, Monterosa Ski offers perfect solutions. Well maintained and safe ski runs for practising on dedicated routes. In the Val d’Ayas, one route leaves from Ciarcerio and goes up