Champoluc is the largest resort in the Monterosa ski region. Monterosa is a huge ski area, comprised of 180 kilometers of trails and known as Italy’s “Three Valleys.” Surrounded by wooded terrain and based at one end of the Monterosa ski area with Gressoney in the central valley and Alagna on the far side, Champoluc boasts spectacular views of the region’s dramatic glaciers and peaks. It’s even possible to see the Matterhorn from Champoluc on a clear day.
Champoluc Ski Vacation Packages
If you're looking to experience the Alps on a budget, a Champoluc ski vacation will please. Offering reasonable lift ticket rates and plenty full- and half-board, lodging and dining packages, at nearly every hotel, Champoluc, and Italy on the whole, provides skiers and snowboarders with incredible value.
Vacationing in a new country, at a new ski resort is always a little harrowing, but that's where Ski.com can make it easy. We're a one-stop shop to book your complete Champluc ski vacation, including lodging, flights, ground transportation, car rentals, lift tickets, lessons, equipment rentals and activities.
We also provide insight and recommendations on where to ski and what off-mountain experiences you should try out while visiting Champoluc.If you would prefer to book your vacation package online, start by selecting your preferred accommodation on our Champoluc lodging page. If you would prefer to receive personal attention while booking your Italian Alps ski trip, call or chat now with one of our knowledgeable Mountain Travel Experts.
Guide Alpine Champoluc-Ayas
- 5- and 6-day packages available
- Experience the Alps from a bird's eye view
- Runs that average 915 vertical feet
Skiing at Champoluc + Monterosa
Ideal for intermediates and experts, Monterosa offers some of Europe’s best off-piste freeriding and heli-skiing opportunities. On piste, skiers and snowboarders can enjoy mostly red trails. Champoluc ski area is best suited to beginners and intermediates with easy-to-access beginner slopes at Antagnod. At Champoluc, there are also plenty of good mountain restaurants for lunch in the sunshine or a quick fuel stop. Ski.com recommends taking a break at the Ostafa restaurant to enjoy the gorgeous views and excellent on-piste cuisine and hot beverages.
With more hotels than other resorts in the area, Champoluc is the largest base in the three valleys and offers plenty of off-mountain pursuits including ice skating, ice climbing, snowshoeing and classic Italian après-ski and dining, as well as souvenir and specialty goods shopping.