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Challenging Off piste

In the three valleys with more than 180 km of pistes, there are great ski experiences for everyone. The valleys connects really well, with a few small exceptions. The slopes of Antagnod and at Gressoney St. Jean is not connected with the large contiguous ski lift system, though ski busses makes it easy to get from place to place. Off-piste opportunities are endless here and challenging for everyone. The large variation in the terrain means that there are also easy slopes for beginners and the less experienced.

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Heli-skiing

The slopes are well-groomed and the lift systems very effectively, despite the fact that many of the lifts have been around for several years. Heli-skiing is incredibly popular in this area and is an experience beyond everything. Here you are "thrown" on the edge of one of the many mountain peaks and with a mountain guide and you head down challenging the off-piste overhang.

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Not too much hustle and bustle

There are not many beds for visitors in the three valleys available, what brings the advantage that the slopes are relatively quiet on weekdays. The situation is little different on the weekends, where people from Milan and Turin are running up to the popular ski area.

How to get there?


By car arriving the easiest way from Geneva through the Mont Blanc Tunnel. There is 1½ - 2-hour drive from Turin airport and 2 - 2½ hours drive from Milan Malpensa Airport to the holiday towns and ski areas.

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