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Tour Includes

  • Non Stop Round trip scheduled air on American Airlines from JFK to Milan, Italy (Valid passport required)
  • Round trip hotel Airport transfers from Milan
  • 7 nights lodging at the Monboso Hotel, Staffal, Italy
  • Full Breakfasts and Dinners daily
  • 5-day Monterosa Freeride Paradise for three valley lifts
  • Après ski party
  • Taxes for included items
  • Personally escorted by MAXIMUM'S Staff

The Village:

Gressoney Stafal - At the end of the valley, Stafal (1,824m) offers lift access to the ski areas from both sides of the valley which makes it an ideal base to avoid daily transfers from Gressoney to the ski area.  Just a mile away is Gressoney La Trinite a small old center, Hotels and the double chairlift linking into the main ski area, make it the resort center for the valley. There is a square with a church, cafes and a small grocery store and ski shops.

Hotel Information

Hotel Monboso TH Resorts - Offering panoramic views of the Alps and Aosta Valley, this 4-star hotel is in Gressoney-la-Trinité, a few feet from the Betta Forca and Gabiet ski lifts. It features a gym, wellness centre, a disco, cinema and piano bar. Its restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves Italian, regional and international specialities.  Rooms are cozy and comfortable with carpeted floors. Each one has a safe, TV, private bathroom with hairdryer and ski storage.
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Mountain Information

The giant Monterosa ski area is one of the world's largest.  The Monterosa's three valleys are comparable to the Trois Vallees in France in terms of the physical relationship of the main resorts, but they could hardly offer a more different ski experience.  Much of the terrain remains undeveloped and perfect for off-piste skiing. For the most part, the skiing throughout Monterosa is on amazingly quiet slopes. Alagna is legendary for advanced off-piste skiing/riding, but the area as a whole has something to offer skiers at every level, including those who just want family friendly terrain with plenty of mountain restaurants and magnificent scenery.  Intermediates and above should consider the Monterosa ski region as a whole rather than as three separate valleys.  Looking at the piste map these valleys can be seen, very broadly and from left to right, as suitable for beginner to intermediate, to advanced skiers.

 

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