Monterosa Ski - Champoluc/Frachey ski area
Winter opening 2021/2022
High season from € 50,00 to € 60,00
Middle season from € 44,00 to € 56,00
Low season from € 38,00 to € 52,00
High season: 4-5-6-7-8- December 2021, every day from 24th December 2020 to 9th January 2022 and from 5th February 2022 to 13th March 2022
Middle season: 20th-21st November 2021, 27th-28th November 2021, Friday 3rd December 2021, Saturday and Sunday from 9th December 2021 to 23rd December 2021 and from 10th January 2022 to 4th February 2022, every day from 14th March 2022 to 3rd April 2022 and from 16th to 19th April 2022
Low season: from Monday to Friday, from 9th to 23rd December 2021 and from 10th January 2022 to 4th February 2022, every day from 4th April 2022 to 15th April 2022
The cost of the multi-day ticket will be calculated automatically by the system by calculating a percentage discount on the dynamic price of the various days.
For reductions and others season tickets please have a look on the ski resort website.
Monterosa Ski links three alpine valleys into a single ski area, in the sight of the Monte Rosa massif and the Mont Avic nature park between the Valle d’Aosta and Piemonte regions. It has always been popular with the most demanding skiers thanks to the carefully maintained runs and the superb technological standards of the lifts. 100 kilometres of runs and 8 alpine towns and villages (Antagnod, Alagna, Alpe di Mera, Brusson Estoul Palasinaz, Champoluc-Frachey, Champorcher, Gressoney-La-Trinité, Gressoney-Saint-Jean) that can be accessed with just one ticket and that link the valleys, equipped with 765 artificial snow cover points, thus offering skiers around 100 km of runs even when snow is scarce.
Champoluc-Frachey – The Champoluc area is part of the Monterosa circuit. A number of runs of varying difficulty cross its slopes, allowing all kinds of skiers to find what they are looking for here, from beginners to experts. Champoluc and Frachey are the departure points for an enchanting route that takes visitors on skis right to Gressoney and Alagna, in the other two valleys that complete the Monterosa Ski area. Its numerous, ultra-modern lifts lead up to the 2727 metre altitude of the Bettaforca Pass, where they link up with those of the Gressoney Valley. From the Crest (1935 metres), the lifts head on up to Monte Sarezza, (2820 m). The runs are equipped with a modern artificial snow cover system that allows for skiing all through the winter right on until late spring.
Champoluc ski resort:
27 km of runs
18 slopes, 4 blue – 14 red
10 lifts: 2 cableways: 4 chairlifts – 1 funicular – 3 magic carpets
Winter opening 2021/2022
- every day from 3rd December 2021 to 19th Avril 2022 with all the ski resort
- from 20th April 2022 to 25th April 2022, every day the part Stafal/Alagna-Indren with tracked slopes