Gressoney is included in the Monterosa Ski area and located in north-western Italy. Gressoney is located at the foot of Monte Rosa at 1,644 meters. Winding roads take you from the highway far down in the valley up to the mountains. Signs en route remind you that you are on mountain roads and that you should equip your car with snow chains.

Gressoney is closely connected to Alagna and Champoluc, over the mountains only and not by road. Together, they form Monterosa Ski, which spreads across the valleys of Ayas, Lys and Sesia.

You primarily come here for off-pist skiing but there are some slopes for children and beginners too. The area has 35 lifts and 200 kilometers of pistes. The ski area is varied and challenging and once you have arrived here you don't really want to go back home. When you do, though, prepare to be tanned as the areas mostly faces the south and the weather is often good and sunny.

Note that there are two Gressoney ski resorts, and the one we are writing about here is Gressoney-La-Trinité. The other one is Gressoney-Saint-Jean, which is about 5 kilometers south of Gressoney-La-Trinité and is its own small ski resort with five lifts and about 10 slopes. You pass Gressoney-Saint-Jean on the way up to Gressoney-La-Trinité.

Activities in Gressoney

You don't really ever get bored in Gressoney. If you, however, get tired and want to rest for a day there are lots of exciting activities. Climbing (alpine and ice), indoor sports, horseback riding, snowshoeing and a lot more. In case of bad weather there is a cinema available.

Book accommodation in Gressoney

Gressoney is divided into two villages: La Trinité and Saint Jean. Altogether there are about 40 hotels / residences and bed and breakfasts. There are also seven refuges in the area, which Rifugio Guglielimina at 2,900 meters altitude is a very exciting destination for an overnight stay.

Travelling to Gressoney

Flight and rental car
There are several possible airports when you want to get to Gressoney. The cheapest option is usually to fly with Ryanair to Bergamo. You can also fly to Milan, Turin and also Geneva. In case you fly to Geneva and rent a car you need to pay the toll fee for the Mont Blanc tunnel, which is quite high.

Don't forget to book snow chains with your rental car. It is both illegal and often impossible to get to Gressoney without them.

Flight and bus
Catch a flight to Milan or Turin. There are some coaches that head to the Aosta valley. Travel until Stafal (a change of buses is usually required in Pont Saint Martin).

Trains
Get off the train at Pont Saint Martin and continue to Gressoney by bus. Check travel times carefully to avoid long waiting times.

Ski areas Gressoney form part of

Gressoney is part of the ski area Monterosa Ski together with 2 other ski resorts.

Rent ski equipment

Rent your skis, boots and snowboard online and save up to 50% compared to rent in the village and save both time and money.

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Restaurants

There are 25 restaurants in Gressoney with 15 different types of kitchens, the most popular being Italian, European and Mediterranean.

Hotel & accommodations

Here you will find in total 32 hotel, apartments and chalets/houses in Gressoney.
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