Brusson

Brusson is a rather well-known ski center, and guests international competitions for the disciplines of Nordic skiing and biathlon. The conformation of the land can satisfy different targets: families, children but also expert skiers. The landscape is completed by a rich nature and perfectly preserved traditional villages. The area around the slopes is very welcoming and is a loved destination for some relaxing sunbathing and panorama. Do not miss a visit to the historic gold mines of Tchamousira.

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Friday, 2nd December begins the season in Monterosa Ski Discover more

Everything you need to know. Now we are! Friday, December 2 is getting closer! Very few weeks separate us from the start of the 2022/2023 ski season in the Monterosa Ski 3 Valleys with the collaboration of Nordica, technical partner of the ski area straddling the Aosta Valley and Piedmont. Starting from Champoluc-Frachey, in the Ayas Valley, you can reach Alagna in Valsesia passing through Staffal in the Gressoney Valley. Many news for the coming winter, first of all, the reintroduction of the morning ski pass and the Cancellation Protection for those who decide to buy their ski pass directly online. But let’s go into detail. OPENING DATES OF THE SKI AREA If on 2 December the season will be inaugurated in the area of the 3 Valleys, in satellite stations will have to wait a few more days. More precisely, the Alpe di Mera lifts will open  from 6 December. The following day, Wednesday, December 7, all on track in Antagnod, Brusson, Gressoney-Saint-Jean and Champorcher. After a short break from 12 to 16 December, you can again ski the weekend of 17 and 18 December and then every day from 23 December to Alpe di Mera and 24 December in the other smaller stations of the Monterosa Ski Group. While waiting for the arrival of an abundant snowfall, from the 1st November the guns are ready to shoot snow artificially taking advantage of the conditions of temperature, wind and humidity when congenial. TARIFFS Prices for winter 2022/2023 have not been increased since last season. The purchase of the ski pass can be done either directly at the ticket office or from the comfort of home via online store. For those who choose the latter, savings are assured. Thanks to the dynamic pricing, present in the Monterosa Ski Group since last winter, buy the ticket 3 Valleys allows you to range in a range ranging from 38,00 to 60,00 euros, according to the three seasonality identified, saving even the 5 euro supplement provided at the checkout. The variables that lead the price to increase are the approach of the validity date and the number of tickets sold and therefore the greater the advance in the online purchase, the greater the savings. Prices also blocked for the seasonal ski pass ranging from 940,00 euros for the classic Monterosa Ski subscription to 980,00 euros for the Monterosa Freeride Paradise with, in addition, the possibility of skiing in the freeride area of Indren. In the resorts we find instead a fixed price that varies depending on whether you decide to come skiing on a weekday or holiday. The season passes of resorts also allow you to ski in the Monterosa Ski 3 Valli from the beginning of the season until 24 December and in the closing season. NEWS 2022/2023 Morning Ski pass To the delight of many returns this year the morning ski pass valid until 13 hours. The morning is that particular type of ski pass that allows you to enjoy the slopes in the first part of the day, to have lunch in one of the many huts on the slopes, to stay at altitude in the afternoon then returning to the valley at the end of the day. If in fact with the morning you can not use the lifts after 13 hours you can get off at any time. The price of this ticket varies from a minimum of 32,00 euros to a maximum of 51,00 euros. Cancellation Protection Another important news for the 2022/2023 ski season is the Cancellation Protection. This guarantee protects you from any last-minute mishap that prevents you from using your ticket. In fact, it will be enough to insert the Cancellation Protection in the shopping cart. The cost is € 2,00 for daily, morning and afternoon ski passes and € 1,00 for each day for the purchase of multi-day ski passes. In case of impediment the refund, which must be requested five days before the start of validity of the ski pass, will be through the release of a promocode to be used for a subsequent online purchase by the end of the next ski season.
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Monterosa Ski: winter 2022/2023 preview Discover more

As Monterosa Ski we’re getting ready for a new winter season, aiming to offer our customers over 4 months of skiing. Among the details, that you can check hereafter, we’re happy to let you know that the morning pass will be available again! OUR SEASON We foresee to open the Monterosa Ski 3 Valleys area from Friday, December 2nd to Sunday, April 16th. The season for our satellite ski resorts in Antagnod, Brusson, Champorcher, Gressoney-Saint-Jean and Alpe di Mera will be slightly different: Antagnod – Brusson – Gressoney-Saint-Jean: from December 7th to 11th, December 17th and 18th, from December 24th to March 12th, 2023; Champorcher: from December 7th to 11th, December 17th and 18th, from December 24th to March 19th, 2023; Alpe di Mera: from December 6th to 11th, December 17th and 18th, from December 23rd to March 26th, 2023; OUR SKIPASSES Our skipasses will be available for purchase on our website from mid-October. Season pass The rates of our season passes are not increased and the prices, referred to the adult category, for the main ski area are: - Monterosa Ski 3 Valleys Season Pass € 940,00 - Monterosa Freeride Paradise Season Pass € 980,00 The season pass, adult category, for Antagnod, Brusson or Gressoney-Saint-Jean costs € 449,00. In Champorcher the season pass, adult category, costs € 559,00; the Champorcher Expert season pass, that allows to access the skilift Madeleine, cost € 579,00, adult category. The season pass valid at Alpe di Mera, adult category, costs € 600,00. The category discounts are applied on the above rates: Senior (born before 31/05/1958), Teen (born after 31/10/2004), Junior (born after 31/10/2008) and Baby (born after 31/10/2014). The season passes of our satellite ski resorts allow to ski on the Monterosa Ski 3 Valleys from the beginning of the season until December 24th included and from the day after the end of the season of the chosen resort. For more details: https://www.visitmonterosa.com/en/monterosa-ski/skipass-stagionali/ Daily and several-day skipasses The prices of daily and several-day skipasses for the Monterosa Ski 3 Valleys are dynamic. The calculation basis is always the daily skipass, for which have been identified 3 seasonality with a price that swings from € 38,00 to € 60,00. These skipass will be available for purchase on our website from mid-October and the sooner one’s buy, the more one’s save. In our satellite ski resorts the daily and several-day passes have a fix rate, instead. All prices are already available at https://www.visitmonterosa.com/en/monterosa-ski/stazioni-di-localita/
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Snow and Temperatures Report

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Season: 07/12/2022 - 12/03/2023

Last update: 07-12-2022 08:00

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Come raggiungerci

From anywhere in Italy: Turin-Aosta A5 motorway as far as Verres exit, then regional highway 45 to Ayas Valley. From France: through Mont Blanc tunnel, continue on Turin-Aosta A5 motorway as far as Verres exit, then regional highway 45 to Ayas Valley. From Switzerland: through Grand San Bernard tunnel in the direction of Aosta, then continue on Turin-Aosta A5 motorway as far as Verres exit, then regional highway 45 to Ayas Valley. Along regional highway 45 after the first turns that lead from Verres to the mountain slopes, you will come to the towns of Challand-Saint-Victor and Challand-Saint-Anselme. You will then get to the centre of Brusson, the first skiing resort. After the village of Extrepieraz lies the town of Ayas. From the turn-off for Corbet you can choose whether to go off on the panoramic road that crosses the villages of Lignod and Antagnod and then down to Champoluc or to continue on the road that leads directly to Champoluc and beyond with the amazing backdrop of the Monte Rosa chain.

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