Altitude: 1200-3275 Meters

Monte Rosa in short

  • High altitude skiing
  • Ski resort extends over three valleys
  • Modern, efficient lift system
  • Magnificent views of the Monte Rosa (4034 meters high)

The Monte Rosa ski area was literally brought back to life in the 2003/04 winter season when the Funifor cable car started running and finally completed the long awaited link in the huge skiing circuit between the Valsesia and Gressoney La Trinite resorts which are themselves connected to Champoluc. The result of these links is over 190km of wonderful ski slopes spread out over the 3 valleys which are now managed by one tourist board. Regardless of these connections, the ski resorts here remain quiet and still demonstrate many signs of region's traditions.

The modern lift system takes you up to over 3500 metres where it's not just the altitude that will leave you feeling dizzy! The views across the Aosta Valley and Piemonte are simply astounding! To ski on the slopes of this giant, the Monte Rosa, with its peak at 4000m of altitude, is a truly unique experience! A lot of the high altitude runs are challenging and are therefore reserved for the more experienced skiers. There is also some excellent off-piste terrain, in particular at Alagna. Here you have the chance to practice heli-skiing if the ski area doesn't offer enough for you!!

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Monte Rosa


Ski lifts

Additional information

Blue slopes42 km Drag lifts6Start of the season
Red slopes114 km Chair lifts14End of the season
Black slopes18 km Gondola lifts9Glacier
Off-piste0 km Train1Min. altitude1200 m
Total174 km Capacity54034 Pers./HourMax. altitude3275 m

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Off-piste & freestyle in Monte Rosa

Snow parks 1Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Monterosa Ski EUR 137.00 EUR 196.00

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Monterosa Ski EUR 151.00 EUR 216.00

Blogs about Monte Rosa

20 July 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Hordes of skiers flock to the best-known resorts in the Alps every year. There's a reason they're so popular, and you know you're guaranteed to get top-notch skiing, après-ski and accommodation. But you also know there's no way on earth you'll have the pistes to yourself. You know you can expect long queues at the lifts, and you know you'll be lucky if you get a spot on the crammed mountain terrace. So, why not try out one of these ski resorts off the beaten path? They may not have hundreds of k... More ›

25 April 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas''

Turin (also known as Turin-Caselle) isn’t the first airport you think of when you’re planning your ski holiday in the Alps, but this airport in Piemonte is actually within reach of some of the best ski resorts in Italy, France and even Switzerland. What’s more, the ski resorts near Turin Airport generally boast high-altitude slopes with stunning mountain views and no crowds, making it a fantastic skiing destination no matter what your level. Turin itself is a lovely city worth spending a day or ... More ›

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Monte Rosa

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The information applies for the ski area of Monte-Rosa-Ski. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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