Off-piste skiing finds in the Gressoney valley one of the most varied and fascinating terrains in the Alps.
Whether it's ski mountaineering, freeride served by the lifts, or spring ascents on the glacier, we find descents that have made the history of free skiing in Italy since the 70s.
The Lost valley, the Salza, Bettolina, are descents that every rider dreams of doing and every season skiers who come from all over the world make a pilgrimage on these slopes.
The terrain is the most varied and caters for every taste and level. Lovers of descents through the woods will find in Weissmatten and Punta Jolanda ideal lines on snowy days, while going up towards Bettaforca or Colle dei Salati you pass over wide open slopes.
The flagship of the valley is the Punta Indren cable car which gives access to high mountain itineraries with a difference in height of up to 2000 meters and access to the glacier and its 4000 m peaks which offer unique descents.