Valle d'Aosta

Ayas Valley, Gressoney Valley, and Champorcher Valley within the Aosta Valley, along with Valsesia in Piedmont, are four interconnected valleys bound together by a shared focal point: the majestic Monte Rosa Massif. Monterosa Ski encompasses a network of eight interconnected ski areas consists of Champoluc - Frachey, Gressoney la Trinite - Stafal, and Alagna Valsesia. The ski resort offers 132 kilometers of slopes and 5 kilometers of ski routes for both skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts. A total of 20 ski lifts efficiently transport guests within a winter sports area that spans elevations ranging from 1,212 meters to 3,275 meters.

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Monterosa Ski Resort is located in the Italian Alps, specifically in the region of Piedmont. It is situated across three valleys in the Aosta Valley and Piedmont regions of Italy, south of the prominent Monte Rosa massif. The resort spans the valleys of Champoluc & Frachey, Gressoney la Trinite & Stafal, and Alagna Valsesia. The primary villages and base areas within these valleys provide access to the resort’s skiing and snowboarding terrain.

Monterosa Ski Resort is accessible via several international airports, with Turin (TRN) and Milan Malpensa (MXP) being the closest options. You can take a bus transfer or rent a car to reach the resort from the airport. Private transfer services are also available.

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