The Monterosa ski area is linked to five other ski resorts ensuring that those who choose to visit have a wide array of slope levels open for their use.
Found in Aosta, Italy the Monterosa ski area is linked to five Italian resorts including the slopes of Brusson, Gressoney Saint Jean, Antagnod, Champoluc and Gressoney la Trinite. Most people choose to fly to access the Monterosa ski area with six airports that are a two hour drive away and the Turin Caselle Airport which is only a one hour drive in good weather.
The slopes of the immediate Monterosa ski area are varied by skill level with something for everyone especially for immediate skiers since the ski areas offer 51 runs. Additionally, the pistes offer five expert runs for those looking for a challenge and eight beginners’ runs for young children or those who are new to skiing. Parents may also enjoy the wide variety of ski schools to help teach children at the resort and give the adults a chance to check out the expert slopes.
Snowboarders also enjoy the expert slopes as well as off piste opportunities and a terrain park where they can practice their tricks. With altitudes that range between 3500m and 1220m a vast majority of the snow is natural with snow cannons to supplement the mountains when needed on the slopes.
The Monterosa region has plenty of après ski activities in the surrounding vicinity due to the fact that it is made up of several different ski resorts and villages. From hotel bars to bars, pubs, restaurants throughout the area there is plenty to do for those who want a change in pace after hours. There is also plenty to do in the Monterosa area from bakeries and local shops that offer tourist attractions as well as festivals, sleigh rides, tobogganing and many more activities depending on what you want. The villages also have a few cinemas for those who simply want a chance to sit down and take a breath.