Summer 2022 in Monterosa starts on the 1st of June

Nature, culture, trekking, mountaineering and outdoor experiences across Piedmont and the Aosta Valley. Here’s what awaits you!

We are planning a season full of activities and appointments, meanwhile here’s all the opening dates of the main lift area and of the small stations around Monterosa.

The first to open will be the Gressoney-La-Trinité lifts, which from 1 June will operate along the route from Stafal to Punta Indren every day until 18 September. The Stafal-Sant’Anna cable car and the Sant’Anna-Colle Betta chairlift will open every day from 24 June to 4 September, while the Punta Jolanda chair lift every weekend in July and every day from 30 July to 4 September. 

The Piedmontese access to the district, in Alagna Valsesia, will open on 2 June, and will operate from 2 to 5 June, 11 and 12 June, and every day from 18 June to 18 September along the Alagna-Passo dei Salati route, and up to Punta Indren. Access to Punta Indren will be guaranteed with a ride also on Friday 10 and 17 June, while in the months of July and August on fixed dates, lift will work all day long with no stops.

In Champoluc, the Champoluc-Crest cable car and the Frachey-Ciarcerio funicular will be open every day from 25 June to 4 September. The Crest-Ostafa cable car will be open on weekends in July and every day from 23 July to 4 September, while the Mandria and Bettaforca chairlifts will operate on weekends in July every day from 30 July to 4 September.

The Palasinaz chairlift in Brusson, the Scopello-Mera chairlift at Alpe di Mera and the Weissmatten chairlift in Gressoney-Saint-Jean are also open, while the Chardonney-Laris cable car in Champorcher will remain closed until the next winter season due to a general overhaul.

For timetables and rates of the lift facilities click here:

– Alagna;

– Alpe di Mera;

– Brusson;

– Champoluc-Frachey;

– Champorcher;

– Gressoney-La-Trinité;

– Gressoney-Saint-Jean.