Monterosa Ski... Snow Feelings
A fifteen miles long mountain-chain at about thirteen feet altitude: the Massif of Mount Rose. At his feet, the area of Monterosa Ski for high altitude sports, broken down into three valleys and rich in age-old traditions: Ayas Valley with Champoluc, Antagnod and Brusson, Gressoney Valley with Gressoney-La-Trinité and Gressoney-Saint-Jean, Valsesia with Alagna.
Here, the quiet, beautiful views are interlaced to many, various proposals and activities for all seasons.
When the mountain is Monterosa Ski, your holiday is no ordinary holiday.
Gressoney's Margherita Camping & Resort is 1 km from the town centre and 10 km from the Monterosa ski area. It offers solar-powered chalets with kitchenette.
Each chalet is energy-efficient and features floor heating...
Located in Gressoney Saint Jean, in the heart of the Aosta Valley, Hotel Lyshaus offers free parking, spacious rooms, and a traditional restaurant serving local specialities.
Local honeys and freshly baked cakes are part of breakfast, along with cold meats, cheeses and eggs cooked to order...
Set at an altitude of 2500 metres, Rifugio Arp is near Brusson in the Val d'Ayas. Surrounded by Alpine lakes and footpaths, it offers rooms and dormitories and an à la carte restaurant.
This charming property has a stone facade and wooden interiors...
Terrain: - cm
Slope: - cm
Altitude: 1376 to 2023m
Total piste: 12 km
Snowboard/Jibbing Park: No
Monterosa Ski Promotion OfficeRoute Ramey 69I-11020 Champoluc-Ayas-AOItaly
Phone: +39 (0)1 25 30 31 11
Fax: +39 (0)1 25 30 31 45
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