Monte Rosa

Monte Rosa Ski Resort is located in the Italian Alps and is one of the largest ski resorts in the Aosta Valley region. It offers a wide range of skiing and snowboarding opportunities for all levels of experience, from beginner to advanced, with over 180km of slopes and a total of 44 ski lifts. The resort is known for its stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the charming alpine village atmosphere.

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Length and Difficulty of the Pistes:

The Monte Rosa ski area offers a variety of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, with a total of 180km of pistes. There are 44 ski lifts that provide access to the slopes, including 3 gondolas, 13 chairlifts, and 28 surface lifts.

The ski slopes are divided into three main areas: Alagna, Gressoney, and Champoluc. The Alagna area is known for its challenging off-piste skiing, while the Gressoney area is more suited to intermediate and advanced skiers. The Champoluc area offers a mix of pistes for all levels of experience, including some easier runs for beginners.

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Hospitality on and off the Pistes:

There are several restaurants and bars located throughout the Monte Rosa ski area, offering a variety of food and drink options. On the pistes, there are several mountain huts and refuges where skiers and snowboarders can stop for a quick bite to eat or a warm drink. Off the pistes, the village of Gressoney-La-Trinité has several restaurants, cafes, and bars where visitors can enjoy a meal or a drink after a day on the slopes.

Directions by Car:

Gressoney-La-Trinité is located approximately 100km from Turin, and 200km from Milan. From Turin, take the A5 motorway towards Aosta, then continue on the SS26 towards Gressoney. From Milan, take the A4 motorway towards Turin, then take the A5 towards Aosta, and continue on the SS26 towards Gressoney.

Directions by Plane:

The nearest airport to Gressoney-La-Trinité is Turin-Caselle Airport, which is approximately 100km away. From the airport, visitors can rent a car or take a shuttle bus to the ski resort. Milan Malpensa Airport is another option, located approximately 160km away. From there, visitors can rent a car or take a train to the resort.