Known throughout the world as the Giants of the Alps, the spectacular mountains of the Aosta Valley include Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc) (4,808 m), the highest peak in Western Europe, Monte Cervino (4,478 m) with its characteristic pyramid shape, Monte Rosa (4.634 m), and the longest massif in the Alps.

The slopes, glaciers, alpine lakes, nature reserves and forests of this magnificent high altitude landscape offer spectacular views and scenery for an unbeatable skiing experience.

Alpskitour offers 5 different itineraries on the ski slopes of the most beautiful mountains in Europe: a truly unique experience

5 itineraries on the ski slopes of the most spectacular mountains in Europe

Monterosa Ski

The Monte Rosa Massif extends for 25 km, with peaks over the 4,000 m mark. At its feet is the Monterosa Ski area, a series of high-altitude pistes with 180 km of ski links connecting the three valleys of Ayas, Gressoney and Valsesia.

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The Breuil-Cervinia Valtournenche Zermatt ski area is one of the largest in the Alps. This varied and unparalleled skiable domaine develops across three valleys between Italy and Switzerland, starting from the 1,524 m of Valtournenche, 2,050 m of Cervinia and 1,616 m of Zermatt to reach the 3,883 m of the Klein Matterhorn.
Alternating simple and more challenging routes, you can ski the whole day never repeating the same piste.

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Courmayeur Mont Blanc

The Courmayeur area, the sunny side of Mont Blanc, lies in front of the highest mountain in Western Europe and features 100 km of pistes on perfectly beaten slopes or slopes still immaculate after the last snowfall.

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Located in the centre of the Aosta Valley, the ski area of Pila is renowned for its commanding views of the 4,000 m mountains of the region, from Mont Blanc to the west to Monte Rosa in the east, sweeping across the Grand Combin and Cervino (Matterhorn).

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Huddled among 38 peaks above 4,000 m (practically 33% of all the peaks above 4,000 m in the Alps) is the world famous village of Zermatt in the canton of Valais. The ski area ranges from the 1,616 m of Zermatt up to the 3,883 m of the Klein Matterhorn and covers, with 52 lifts, 360 km of pistes including the 21 km that make up the longest  trail in Switzerland. Starting from the 3,883 m of the Klein Matterhorn, and crossing the Plateau Rosa glacier, it ends right in the centre of the village.

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As you enjoy a welcoming drink we will illustrate the tour programme and carry out a thorough equipment check.