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Address: Frazione Staffal 17 | Ayas, 11020 Gressoney-la-Trinite, Italy
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Freeride Paradise

My tru favorite in the whole Alps. Italian charm and definately not crowded fantastic for snowboarding

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

My tru favorite in the whole Alps. Italian charm and definately not crowded fantastic for snowboarding

Thank Monica F
Milan, Italy
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64 reviews
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Reviewed 5 March 2017

I like to immerse myself in these valleys. Great mountain traditions such as Walser (in Gressoney and Alagna). Long slopes, you can ski in 3 valleys. Numerous path off track. Great hospitality along the slops with excellent local food. Here you can live a great mountain. Summertime is great as well!!!

Thank Gianni B
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56 reviews
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Reviewed 4 March 2017

We have visited this ski region several times in past 20 years. Convenient for Turin and Milan, lots of long runs with a good lift system. It is rare to queue for a lift, unless you go during a holiday period, such as Easter. It is normally crowd free which is part of the charm and attraction for us. The... More 

Thank Travelledallaround
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

Awesome Ski area, much bigger than piste map would have you believe. Massive off piste potential is snow was better. Fabulous mountain restaurants. Bit of a trek to Antagnod (from Champoluc) and also Bieltshocke (from Gressoney) - only downside is they are too keen to close lifts with a bit of wind which severly limits the skiing.

Thank DP1970
Cirencester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

Great skiing on pistes which are crowd free. Plenty of choice between the three valleys to keep you occupied for six days. We never queued for any of the lifts although you may have to wait for the cable cars to move between the stations. This however, was not very long. Lovely establishments to eat in up the mountain that... More 

Thank Oakridge_9
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Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

First time we came here, but we were pleasantly suprised how good it was definatley would come skiing here again. Would highly recommend to anyone who goes skiing. Although not great for begginers and some of the runs are graded too hard than they actually are. E.G some red runs are more like blue runs. Would definatley come again.

Thank Ben C
Mont Tremblant, Canada
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Reviewed 20 February 2017

Big mountain, great skiing. best kept secret in Italy. The year I had time to discover the ski area from Gressonney to Alagna and St-Jacques. Skiing with a mountain guide is recommended if you want to go hors piste, actually you should not go without. Absolutly beautiful

Thank Paul D
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Monterosa is a charming ski area. Generally quiet pistes & no queues except at the weekends. Not ideal for beginners, it is an intermediate paradise on piste and offers AWESOME off piste! There is a marked itinerary off the Indren lift, & lots of options from easy piste-side adventures to the very extreme.

Thank Jackie L
Winscombe, United Kingdom
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7 reviews
Reviewed 8 February 2017

We've been here four times now and can't get enough of it - going back next year - always brilliant ski conditions. Amazing mountain restaurants. Slopes are always quiet and no lift queues. Pistes are excellently groomed. A hidden gem. Loads of different slopes. Not a beginners' area though. Definitely for the intermediates to advanced with plenty of off piste... More 

Thank lauracroker
Vilnius, Lithuania
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7 reviews
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Reviewed 7 February 2017

Very good for average level skiers. Not much people on the slopes comparison with other ski resorts - it is very good advantage. Slopes always are in great chape. In snowy days there are planty space for off-piste/off-road skiing - recomend to try it one day. :)

Thank MykolasLT

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