Gressoney, Italy

Team Slava Monterosa Off-Piste Adventure

The Monte Rosa massif straddles the Swiss, Italian border above Zermatt and constitutes the end of the Western Alps. There are more than 38 peaks above 4000m, so an impressive sight from any direction, and it is no surprise that the Monte Rosa area is a ski-mountaineering hotspot. The area is also home to some of the wildest glaciers in the Alps and the vertical descent on skis from some of the peaks is huge, which makes this area popular with ski tourers. The peaks aren't the only draw, however, with resorts like Zermatt, Cervinia, Gressoney and Alagna nestled below the peaks, all of which are big hits with off-piste skiers.

Day Itinerary

  • Arrive in Staffal.

    Check-in and stay overnight in the hotel Nordend.

  • This is a free-ski warm-up day.

    Klemen will meet you in the evening in the hotel around 6pm. 


  • Off-piste skiing with your guide in the Monterosa area from Monday to Friday.

    The exact itinerary will be decided by Klemen on daily basis depending on weather and snow conditions. 

  • Departure after breakfast.

The price includes: 
7 night HB accommodation
5 guided days with Klemen


The price does not include: 
travel and airport transfers
ski passes
lunches and drinks
uplift costs
£50 returning customer discount (this will be applied to a balance invoice)


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The Italian resort of Gressoney is part of the Monte Rosa ski region and is an emerging resort with a reputation for some superb off-piste skiing.  Huge, deserted off-piste snowfields and scenic, wooded descents are all set in impressive scenery. The area has some great heli-skiing opportunities too.

The resort itself is very small and split between the main village of Gressoney St Jean and Gressoney La Trinite, which is where the main lifts are found. Nightlife in the area centres around a handful of restaurants and the hotel bars.

The resort is situated at 1,625m and the highest lift takes you to 3,550m.

Gressoney, together with Champoluc and Alagna make up the Monterosa ski area, one of the largest linked ski areas in Italy.

Our top reasons for visiting Gressoney

  • Charming Italian ambience
  • Minimal touristic development area means the slopes are often deserted especially during the week
  • Easy access from Turin airport make it a viable weekend or short break destination
  • Extensive off-piste terrain and a reputation for great freeriding
  • One of the best heli-skiing resorts in the Alps

Resort height: 1,625m

Highest Lift: 3,275m

Nearest Airport: Turin or Milan Malpensa 

Accommodation in Gressoney 

We work with a number of hotels in Gressoney La Trinite these are all comfortable 3* hotels located a short walk from the village centre and next to the Bedemie-Seehorn chairlift so access to the main ski area is fast.  You can also ski back to the hotel via the red piste.

We also work with the Hotel Nordend in Staffal Hotel Nordend another comfortable 3* hotel in a good location next to the main ski lifts and pistes in Staffal.  

Recommended Travel Options 

The nearest airport is Turin with a 90 minute transfer time by road to the resort. Easyjet from Luton, Ryanair from Stansted and BA from Gatwick are the most convenient flights. Indirect flights are available from other UK airports.

The trip includes a return group transfer from Turin Airport. 

Milan Malpensa is slightly further away but can also be used.  Public transport to the resort is possible by bus or a combination of train and bus.  Some travel information is available here Travel from Turin Airport

Bus timetables for the Aosta Valley can be found here Aosta Valley Bus timetables

Pont St. Martin is the town at the bottom of the Gressoney valley, from here you can get the bus to the resort a copy of the timetable is available here Pont St Martin - Gressoney - Pont St Martin Timetable

To get to Pont St. Martin from Turin Airport or City Centre you can use this link to find bus and train links and timetables Turin - Pont St. Martin - Turin Travel

Car hire from the airport is also an options, journey time is 1hr 30mins.  There is parking available close to both hotels. 

  • Insurance

    It is a condition of booking that you are insured for your chosen activity and the cover must include medical expenses, personal accident, personal liability, third party risks and rescue (including helicopter rescue). You are strongly advised also to take out cover against cancellation and curtailment.

    For UK residents Ski Club Travel Insurance may be a suitable option.

    For more details and to purchase a policy online visit
    If you need assistance arranging your personal insurance please let us know.

  • Travel to Staffal

    You want to arrange to arrive in Staffal by late afternoon on the first day. 

    The most convenient airport is Turin a 1.5hrs by road or you have a choice of Milan Malpensa (2hrs by road) or Milan Linate airports. There are train connections from all the airports to the town of Pont Saint Martin, which is in the main Aosta valley at the point where the road towards Gressoney/Staffal turns off the motorway.  Journey time to Pont Saint Martin from Turin is approximately 1hr 20mins by train. For train connections visit 


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