Gressoney-la-Trinite Ski Resort Guide
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- X-Country:5 km
Gressoney La Trinite is within the Monterosa Ski area alongside Champoluc and Brusson. The vertical drop at Gressoney-la-Trinite is over 1300 mtres. There are 24 trails at Gressoney-la-Trinite with 11 lifts to service the slopes. There is also cross country skiing here. The nearest airport to Gressoney-la-Trinite is Turin.
- Nearest Airport:Turin
- Nearest Train Station:Pont St Martin
- Tourist Office Phone:+39125366015
- Tourist Office Website:www.monterosa-ski.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
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- Issued:10 Sep
- Last Snowfall:10 September 2019
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Gressoney-la-Trinite Location Maps
Visitor Reviews of Gressoney-la-Trinite
Bradley from United Kingdom writes:
Just had a week in Gressoney at the Hotel Dufour. Excellent hotel, lovely food. But in dire need of a new pool table!
Monterosa ski area remains Europe’s great ski secret. Pistes are quiet, even at weekends and deserted during the week, so off-piste remains untracked for days after a fall. Across the three linked resorts is an attractive cross section of long cruising reds, runs through the trees and plenty of off-piste opportunities, the latter making up for the lack of truly challenging reds.
Drawbacks are few, the links are prone to closure during high winds and the 2 very slow twin chairs out of gressoney need upgrading.
Plans are apparently to link to Cervinia and Zermatt via Frachey, but I think that would spoil what Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna have to offer.
5 of my last 6 annual trips have been to this area, after years of skiing all over France and Austria, which says it all really.