Aosta Valley Ski Area

A paradise for skiing with a rich Roman history at the heart of the Alps

The smallest region of Italy located in the Northwest of the country, Aosta Valley boasts spectacular scenery, world-class skiing and snowboarding, food of the highest quality and a history stretching back to Roman times.

Ski Holidays in Aosta Valley

Bordered by France and Switzerland, the Aosta Valley is surrounded by some of the highest peaks in Europe: Cervino (Matterhorn), Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and Mont Blanc. At the foothill of these iconic mountains are 20 resorts, over 800 kilometres of slopes, and 10 snow parks.

Professionals or beginners, there is something to discover for everyone in Aosta Valley, from the international resort of Cervinia, nestled between Italy and Switzerland, to the challenging resorts of Monterosa (Champoluc and Gressoney).

Extensive cross-country skiing is available throughout the Aosta Valley, offering a great way to connect with nature while taking in the fresh mountain air and beautiful alpine landscapes.

Prebookable ski guiding

In Champoluc you can enjoy a stress-free tour of the local ski area and get your bearings on the first morning day of your holiday with a local qualified guide. Get insight into the best runs and places to ski on the mountain as well as some useful pointers along the way to improve technique.

Ski guiding is available to prebook with Inghams on your Champoluc holiday.

Why book a ski holiday to Aosta Valley with Inghams

A rich Roman history - Aosta is full of history and culture, from spectacular Roman ruins, beautiful churches and fascinating archaeological sites, to the ancient castles dotting the valley.

Thermal springs in the mountains - Aosta Valley is home to magnificent spa facilities. Wellness is not new to Aosta, with the Romans appreciating the healing properties of its natural thermal springs for hundreds of years.

Monterosa Spa - One of our favourite spas in the valley, located in Champoluc. Set at the foot of Monte Rosa, the spa is facing one of the most imposing glaciers in the Alps. It features indoor and outdoor pools with panoramic views and multiple whirlpools and saunas. 

Inghams has over 85 years of experience providing winter enthusiasts their ski and snowboarding holidays - We can assure that your holiday is in safe hands.

We provide support on your holiday from start to finish - With access to our team in the office as well as in resort representation, your questions can be answered at any stage of your winter holiday.

Images provided by Aosta Valley UK Tourist Office.

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Ski resorts in the the Aosta Valley

  • from£879pp
  • Area: 180km
  • Altitude: up to 3275m
Skiers Enjoying Mountain Views

Without a doubt, the most popular resort in the little-known Monterosa ski area in Italy. Champoluc is a haven for those who are looking to take their skiing and snowboarding off the beaten track.

  • from£919pp
  • Area: 180km
  • Altitude: up to 3550m
Gressoney Centre

The Monterosa ski area is renowned as one of the largest skiing areas in Italy, spread across the three valleys of Gressoney, Champoluc and Alagna. There’s plenty to challenge boarders and skiers alike, with a great selection of high-altitude skiing, some testing off-piste descents and the glacier area with spectacular scenery.

  • from£769pp
  • Area: 350km
  • Altitude: up to 3883m
Matterhorn Views

Dominated by the mighty Matterhorn and surrounded by outstanding scenery, the village of Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Alps. The extensive ski area is served by an impressive lift system which connects Cervinia with Valtournenche as well as Zermatt in Switzerland. The village offers a great choice of shops, bars, nightclubs, pizzerias and restaurants.

Skiing in the Aosta Valley

Beginners and intermediates will love the wide, cruising runs of Cervinia. The resort holds the best snow record in Italy and has access to the highest lifts in Europe. The ski area is linked with Valtournenche and Zermatt in Switzerland so you can enjoy inter-country skiing.

Intermediate and advanced skiers are well catered for in Gressoney with a diverse range of runs through the valley of Ayas. The area is ideal for working on your ski techniques whilst soaking up the amazing scenery.

Off-piste skiers can't beat the untouched powder of Champoluc. There are a variety of off-piste trails, both marked and unmarked. The resort is snow-sure and is relatively empty during the week. In bad weather, head to the Mandria forest area about Frachey for powder.

Skiing levels
Cross country
Mountain facts
Area 822 km
Ski Alt. From 1205m
Ski Alt. To 3899m
Length of blue runs 230 Km
Length of red runs 510 Km
Length of black runs 82 Km
Whole Area Pass Lifts150
Snowpark Info

10 Snowparks

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Ski touring
  • Snowshoeing
  • Dog sledding
  • Ice skating
  • Ice karting
  • Heli-skiing/boarding
  • Heli-sightseeing
  • Shopping
  • Bowling
  • Wine tasting

Please see resort specific information for CerviniaChampoluc, Gressoney

Flights depart Sunday

To Turin


  • Gatwick
  • Manchester
  • Heathrow
  • Edinburgh
  • Birmingham

Transfer 1hr 45min - 2hr

Supplements apply on some flights.

Skiing levels

Cross Country

Mountain facts

Ski areas
What We Say
  • The food here is a must, the Aosta Valley mixes some of the best of traditional Italian food with a healthy dose of mountain flavours and ingredients.

  • Gran Paradiso National Park is the home of cross-country skiing and features the 45 km Marcia Gran Paradiso race route which originated in Cogne. 

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