Discover Italy’s Aosta Valley Smaller Resorts at a Remarkable Value

Chamois (Enrico Romanzi)

Discovering the beauty of magnificent villages and the magic of skiing in Aosta Valley’s smaller resorts has never been easier. The newly enhanced Magic Skipass offers families the chance to enjoy their passion for snow at an unbeatable price.

The promotion is valid for the entire season, including weekends and holidays, in 11 small resorts. Magic Skipass benefits include:

  • 1 multi-day skipass* for 6 days of skiing in participating resorts for only €100 for adults, free for children up to 8 years old (at purchase of an adult skipass) and €80 for children under 14 years old. *The ski pass can be used for a maximum of 3 days of skiing in the same small area.
  • One hour of ski or snowboard lessons at participating Ski Schools. The ski lesson must be booked directly at the ski school of the ski resort. Weekends and periods from 24/12 to 07/01 and from 12/02 to 16/02 are excluded from the offer.
  • One free night for 1 or two children up to 18 years old, in the room with the parents.

Magic Skipass participating resorts highlights include:

  • Antagnod: located in the Monterosa area and with all the charm of the mountains hamlets, ideal for ski mountaineering, breathtaking views, traditional architecture. Visit the Museum of Sacred Art and the Baby Snowpark.
  • Brusson: surrounded by high peaks, woods and pastures, Brusson is characterised by a good sun exposure. Ideal for ski mountaineering, Nordic skiing, ice skating. Visit the Gold Mines, Château de Graines, Haut Val d’Ayas Cheese Factory and the Baby Snowpark.
  • Chamois: full of character, the car-free village is ideal for sustainable tourism, traditional architecture, ski mountaineering, snowboarding, children’s park, snowshoeing, panoramic trails.
  • Champorcher: framed by unspoilt nature, it is the first ski resort in the Aosta Valley that visitors will come to from Turin or Milan. Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, panoramic slopes, ski mountaineering, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, medieval history. Visit Baby snowpark, Mont Avic Natural Park and Ecomusée du Hemp.
  • Cogne: characterized by a stunning mountain back-drop and great wildlife. Ideal for sustainable tourism, tradition and culture of the Valley, alpine skiing and snowboarding, cramponing, snowshoeing, children snow park, bobsleigh track and snow tubing, baby slope, pulled sleigh by horses, ice rink. Visit Mining Park Museum.

Gressoney-Saint-Jean (Enrico Romanzi)           

Brusson (Enrico Romanzi)

  • Crevacol: South facing and very sunny, ideal for skiing, snowboarding, skialp and snowshoeing. It has a children’s play area and high-altitude solarium. The snowpark is equipped with snowtubing, airboard, fox skiing, sleds, bobsleigh.
  • Gressoney-Saint-Jean: situated in a beautiful setting with a view over the Lyskamm glacier and the impressive Monte Rosa massif. Ideal for culture, history and Valser traditions, ski mountaineering, Nordic skiing, night skiing. Visit Weissmatten baby snow park, Savoie castle, treasure museum, Walser village and the ice rink on a frozen lake.
  • La Magdeleine: the smallest town of the Valtournenche, this tiny village is deeply connected to nature and ideal for beginners, relaxation, ski mountaineering, snow park for children, Big Bench, mills and ovens, historic architecture.
  • Ollomont: located in a sunny position ideal for those venturing out on skis for the first time or aiming to hone their technique away from the crowds in a strikingly beautiful landscape. Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, ski mountaineering. The baby snowpark features a bobsleigh and inflatable structures.
  • Rhêmes-Notre-Dame: surrounded by majestic mountains. Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, Nordic skiing, ski baptism and snowshoes. Visit the Gran Paradiso National Park, baby snowpark and waterfalls ice.
  • Valgrisenche: located at the foot of the Gran Paradiso. Ideal for skiing, snowboarding, ski mountaineering, introduction to skiing, cross-country, snowshoeing and heliskiing. Visit the snowpark, glaciers and “Les Tisserands” cooperative (traditional “drap” weaving).

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