Aosta Valley

Valgrisenche Overview

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Overview

Closed in by the Rutor mountain group, the Grande Sassière and the Grande Rousse, the Valgrisenche is known as the snowiest of the side valleys of the Aosta Valley. The low temperatures throughout winter and spring keep the snow powdery for a long time. Situated well away from the busier circuits, this resort lies in a privileged position amid spectacular glaciers and lush woodland. Near the main village, Valgrisenche, (1664 m) is a ski area with 8 km of slopes, particularly suited to beginners and children, that run through conifer woods in a beautiful, unspoilt landscape. A chairlift and a ski lift run up to an altitude of 2000 m and can carry a total of 2100 people an hour. The slopes and glaciers of Valgrisenche are also ideal for ski mountaineering and heliskiing, with the aid of expert alpine guides.

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Valgrisenche Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

16cm
10cm
7cm
4cm
4cm
6cm
Nov
8cm
Dec
13cm
Jan
9cm
Feb
13cm
Mar

Terrain Overview

38%
Intermediate Runs
38%
Advanced Runs
25%
Expert Runs
8
Runs in Total
5 km
Runs in Total
2 km
Longest Run
5 km
Skiable Terrain
3 km
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 3

1
High Speed Quads
2
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1810m
Summit
180m
Vertical Drop
1630m
Base

Important Dates

November 27, 20212021/11/27
Projected Opening
April 18, 20222022/04/18
Projected Closing
122
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
10
Years Open
75cm
Average Snowfall
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