UPDATE ON SKI SLOPES OPENING
Following the government decision that prohibits skiing activities to amateurs until March 5th,
the opening of the resort announced for February 18th is canceled.
SKI PERFORMANCE.Discover more
Discovering the Aosta Valley.
Visit the official website of tourism in Aosta Valley.Discover more
“Ski Wellness”: the ways to wellbeing.
In Aosta Valley, wellness starts with the pleasure of feeling welcomed in a hospitable region.Discover more
“Ski Gourmet”: the best wine and food of the region.
The culinary specialities of Valle d’Aosta offer an experience that lingers long in memory, taking the mind back to wonderful occasions.Discover more
SkyWay Mont Blanc: the eighth wonder of the world.
Aosta Valley offers a unique experience, the extraordinary ascent to Mont Blanc aboard the new SkyWay cable car.Discover more
Skiing takes various forms: snowkiting.
Skiing by exploiting the natural energy of wind! The kite pulls you uphill, along the flat and downhill for surfing on the snow, going up and down the snowy slopes far from the beaten tracks: a 100% environmentally friendly personal ski lift.Discover more
Skiing takes various forms: freeride.
For those prefer zigzagging on soft fresh powder to going on groomed tracks: climb by the ski lifts and descend along the pristine slopes in the silence of the mountain.Discover more
Skiing takes various forms: snowboarding.
When snow means more than just sport and offers freedom, fun and pure excitement, it’s snowboarding we’re talking about.Discover more
Our services at a click.
"Safe Ski Project-Vallée d’Aoste" was born in 2014 to increase moral responsibility, for the good of skiers, Mountain and skiing.
… avoid the queues, right on tracks with the new Teleskipass. Valid on all lifts in Aosta Valley, the service allows you to ski right away without having to purchase the skipass at the cash desks.
Find out all reductions on skipasses aimed at families valid both on single ski resorts and all Aosta Valley area.
#Aosta Valley Skipass.
"Aosta Valley Skipass" is a unified system that enables you to ski on the same ticket, directly accessing the ski lifts. The tickets are valid at all the region’s resorts and those connecting to Zermatt in Switzerland, La Rosière in Savoie, France, and Alagna Valsesis in Piedmont, Italy. Find out which ski resorts form part of the Valle d’Aosta Ski Pass system. Find out the ski resorts belonging to Aosta Valley Skipass
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How to reach Aosta Valley
The A5 motorway connects Turin to Aosta Valley (95 km). Coming from Milan on the A4 (150 Km), you can cross the motorway at Santhià. The SS26 road from Chivasso and Ivrea crosses the central valley parallel to the highway. The SS27 road, from the Gran St Bernard Tunnel, leads from Switzerland to Aosta.
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Caselle Torinese (TRN) Geneva airport
Le Grand-Saconnex (GVA) Malpensa airport
Ferno (MPX) Bergamo airport
Orio al Serio (BGY) Genoa airport
Sestri (GOA) Milan airport