Aosta Valley Ski Resorts
Home to the towering peaks of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa, the Aosta Valley ski area is surrounded on all sides by awe-inspiring scenery. There is a wide variety of skiing for all ability levels across it's ski resorts. Gressoney, the home of Italian off-piste skiing, has some challenging slopes for those looking to push themselves and La Thuile has lots of easy slopes as well as a dedicated children's run and play area with small jumps and bumps.
The Aosta town, an old Roman provincial capital, is the largest town in the valley and features much Roman history and architecture. The Cathedral and San'Orso both feature brilliant Ottonian frescoes as well as a treasure museum and breathtaking medieval cloisters.
In true Italian style, the mountain restaurants offer great food for an even better price. A long lunch in the sun sampling the local delicacies is a definite must within the Aosta Valley. The region is renowned for its quality of local salamis and meats which have inspired dishes like Carbonada stew. The region's climate enables vines to grow up to a staggering 3,937 feet and the valley produces over 20 different wines including Donnas and Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle.
Within each ski resort, there is plenty of accommodation, from more budget-friendly options right through to extravagant, luxury five-star hotels and chalets. The options are endless, making it accessible for every skier.
Take a look at our hand-picked collection of hotels, chalets and apartments in the Aosta Valley ski area and discover the holiday of a lifetime by calling our ski experts, or making an enquiry online.
- Beautiful scenery
- Ski tours
- Italian food
- Culture and tradition
Cervinia ski resort is blessed with plenty of high-altitude, snow-sure skiing and easy access to the slopes of neighbouring Zermatt.
Still largely undiscovered by the rest of Europe, Champoluc ski resort is one of the last hidden gems in the Aosta Valley.
Courmayeur ski resort is a charming medieval ski resort that extends a warm Italian welcome with plenty of excellent skiing.
Gressoney ski resort offers warm Italian hospitality, rich cultural tradition and fantastic skiing in one of the largest ski areas in Italy.
Both tranquil on the slopes and in the picturesque village, La Thuile ski resort is a wonderful alternative to the more mainstream European resorts.