Welcome to our Stories, a special blog, where our friends write about their experiences and adventures in the Monterosa area. If you would like to visit Champoluc, Gressoney, Alagna or other villages in the Aosta Valley, trek or ski in the Monterosa, discover Sardinia or other places we offer, contact us!

Posted: May 30, 2018

Monterosa Yoga Festival

A summer gathering at the foot of the Monterosa massif.  Yoga Monterosa invites us to a festival with yoga, nature, hiking, climbing, music, dance, talks wokshop and wellness, 6-8 July, 2018.
Posted: May 14, 2018

Ayas Welcomes Summer

It has become quite of a tradition now when the event ”Ayas Welcomes Summer” returns for the third year in a row. A couple of days in the beginning of June, 1st to 3rd to be correct, to present and promote the summer activities and products offered in Champoluc and in the rest of the Ayas Valley. At the same time as being a promotional event it is a get-together for the locals to start off the summer and the summer season.
Posted: Nov 29, 2017

Monterosa Ski introduces a ski pass for ski touring

Monterosa Ski introduces a ski pass exclusively for ski touring the winter season 2017/2018. This to grant access both to selected lifts, beaten tracks dedicated for ski touring, and the marked ski runs for descending.
Posted: Oct 10, 2017

Time to buy a book and book a guide

From easier runs near the lift system, to secluded places you can reach only by climbing with your skins. In the iconic guide book Polvere Rosa, Andrea Gallo climber and a mountain guide, offers us the opportunity to explore it all.
Posted: Sep 8, 2017

The toughest race in the world

The whole Aosta valley is waiting for the eight edition of the endurance trail race Tor des Géants. The name, meaning Tour of Giants, in the local language Valdôtain patois, refers of course to the region’s many Four-Thousanders sourronding the trail.
The tour follows the two high-level treks Alta Via 1 and 2, passing through both Gran Paradiso Natural Park and the Mont Avic Regional Park, covering a total of 336 km with an altitude range of 24,000 meters (like climbing the Mont Blanc five times).
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