Torgnon is an ancient village at 1500 meters of altitude in Valtournenche. Skiers can enjoy 23 kilometres of slopes between 1500 m (where Torgnon is) and 2246 m of altitude. Here we find modern ski lifts: a gondola lift for eight people, two four-seat chair...

Valtournenche is a village lying at 1500 m of altitude in the homonymous valley. Its history is deeply related to Cervinia, to which it is connected and it dues much of its success. Indeed, thanks to a fast gondola lift going from the village to...

Pila is a famous ski resort overlooking Aosta. It is simple to reach, and its success is due to the fast, brand new gondola lift connecting it directly with Aosta Valley main city. This is a wide ski area: 71 Km of slopes going from...

A mountain chain that runs for twenty-five kilometres at around 4000 meters of altitude… that is Monte Rosa Massif. At its foot, we find Monterosa Ski resort, a place where you can practise many sports on high-altitude snows, and covering three valleys full of century-old...

In Gressoney Saint Jean, it is quite impossible to not remain stunned by local architecture and views, and by the charm of this alpine village, living in the present without losing its ancient magic. Its Walser villages, the XIVth Century church, the XVIICentury villas, the...

Gressoney-La-Trinité lays at the foot of Monte Rosa, in Lys valley, at 1637 m. It’s known as a vacation destination for all seasons. This town has a long history, and amazingly succeeds in keeping a balance between a modern resort and an ancient alpine village,...

La Thuile is one of the most beautiful ski resorts in Aosta Valley and in Italy. Thanks to the international ski facility taking to the French resort of La Rosiére, it is part of Espace San Bernardo and can offer 160 Km of slopes with...

As a well-renowned town for Nordic skiing, Brusson hosts first-level international games. In Vollon plateau there are two rings of slopes, long 5 and 7.5 Km respectively, both approved for World Cup games. Cross-country skiing slopes follow Evançon creek from Arcesaz to Extrepieraz, crossing Vollon...

On a wonderful plateau, at 1815 meters, in front of Matterhorn, here lays Chamois. It’s a typical alpine town, quiet and unpolluted, since there are no cars; you can arrive there taking the cable car – it takes 5 minutes from Buisson, near Antey Saint...

At the end of Ayas Valley, if you climb up following Evançon creek, you will find Champoluc, the liveliest town in this area, which also is an international alpine station. From Champoluc – 1568 meters - you can take the gondola lift to the Crest...