Things to do on Monte Rosa in the wintertime
Spending a holiday in Alagna in the wintertime means having the opportunity to explore the Alps by every possible means. It’s the perfect place to engage in sports like skiing, climbing and snowshoeing. A stay in our resort offers the perfect opportunity to climb Piedmont’s highest peaks, and to ski some of the best slopes in the area.
The Monte Rosa Ski area and its lifts allow guests to reach high altitudes, and to enjoy a wide range of fun and exciting ski slopes.
For the more fearless, there’s even off-trail skiing, while for novice skiers there’s the beginners’ slopes at Camposcuola Wold.
For more experienced skiers, the slopes of Monte Rosa are ideal for freeriding.
From the Indren glacier there are several itineraries available, both on the Gressoney side and on the Alagna side, with a change in altitude of 2000 m. For cross-country enthusiasts, there are 10 km of trails winding along the left banks of the River Sesia.
Monterosa Ski is a secret to discover. The District is located in the heart of the Italian Alps, at the foot of Monte Rosa, the second highest massif in Europe, which is divided between Piedmont and Aosta Valley. 175 KM of slopes, 27 lifts and a maximum altitude of 3,275 meters are just some of the numbers that make the Monte Rosa area a real paradise for all ski lovers.
More adventurous visitors can try their hand at snowshoeing excursions, which make for easy, fun and affordable adventures. In addition to enjoying the silence of the forest in the wintertime, participants can also learn the various secrets of the mountains in the snow, including how to recognise animal tracks.