Alagna Valsesia

Beginning / End of Winter Season: 01/12/2018 - 14/04/2019

In the province of Vercelli, at the foot of Monte Rosa, there is this small village of just 417 inhabitants that has become famous especially for freeride, off-piste skiing, and whose territory since 2003 is UNESCO heritage. An opportunity to ski with the second largest mountain in the Alps in the background.

Distance from Turin: 90 km

Distance from Milan: 150 km

Alagna Valsesia is an important ski resort in the upper Valsesia, in the province of Vercelli, at the foot of the majestic Monte Rosa. Surrounded by unspoiled nature and sometimes wild, it is famous for being a freeride paradise. Its typically Walser villages and water mills make it a location hardly forgotten by skiers.

Do not miss: apart from the free ride, which is also part of the station's motto, do not miss the landscape that can be enjoyed from the Indren glacier at an altitude of 3260 meters. From here, in fact, your gaze will touch the Valsesia, Gressoney, the lakes of the Po Valley and the whole chain of the Alps. Unforgettable!

Chicca: Alagna is connected to the maxi district Monterosa Ski through Passo dei Salati.

Alagna, free ride paradise!