Territorio

Val d’Ayas, Gressoney Valley and Champorcher Valley in the Aosta Valley and Valsesia in Piedmont….. four valleys united by one common denominator: Her majesty the Monte Rosa Massif.
In the summer, Monterosa offers its guests all the sights of its mountains.
Let yourself be surprised by how the glacier changes from four different angles: three from the lower valleys and one from further away.
Once you go up you can’t but be dumbfounded when faced with the scintillating spectacle of the ice and snow which for years have remained encased between the rocks like precious gems….a breathtaking sensation!
The ties between Ayas, Gressoney and Alagna, the discovery of the culture of the Walser population, the villages with their characteristic architecture and the uncontaminated places where there is still nature to charm visitors.
Champorcher, the small pearl nestled in the heart of the Mont Avic Nature Park instead offers places to dream of from its splendid and numerous small alpine lakes with crystalline water, green fields that host a myriad of flowers, centuries old woods and imposing summits.
Finally, there is no lack of mountain activities from classic mountain activities and new relaxation trends to fine dining. To sum up, a holiday which your will always remember from the moment you return home!


Alagna Valsesia

Alagna Valsesia and Riva Valdobbia are the two twin towns of Upper Valsesia. Holding hands thanks to the 2 kilometre Schenine path which joins them over the Sesia River, they share in the pleasure of welcoming guests to admire the...

Ayas Valley

Would you like to discover the widest and sunniest valley with the most beautiful panoramas in the Monte Rosa range? Then come and visit the Val d’Ayas! In the heart of the Aosta Valley, caressed by the second highest range...

Champorcher Valley

Turbulent torrents, exquisite castles, soft snow, expressive alpine meadows,  coarse hemp, stone bridges, aromatic honey, walking in snowshoes in the moonlight, dark red rhododendrons, legendary wolves, genuine cheeses, majestic eagles, solitary oratories, audacious ski mountaineering, silence, fields in bloom, old...

GRESSONEY VALLEY

Due to its altitude variations (from 345 metres in Pont St. Martin to the 4,634 metres of the Monte Rosa) and for its special formation, the territory of the Lys Valley brings together spectacular nature which differs greatly from one...