From the square in Gressoney-La-Trinité, follow trail marker no. 10.
The trail is rather steep and winds its way among sparse larch trees with a continuous succession of turns around several cliffs.
After the first stretch, you reach an alpine pasture and then turn left to reach the hump where the Cozzi hut was located.
Move slightly to the left and, having taken a small valley that is normally snow-covered at the beginning of the season, you will reach, with a steeper stretch, the wide ridge that joins Mount Pinter with Testa Grigia.
From this point, initially continue along the side facing Champoluc and then move on to the side facing Gressoney to reach, with a last short stretch of rock, the summit.
Before the former Bivacco Cozzi hut, there is a stretch of trail equipped with a fixed rope.