Monterosa Ski Schools & Guiding

Monterosa ski resorts have good ski and board schools with English speaking instructors. Group and private lessons are available and some schools offer telemark instruction as well. Hiring a guide is strongly recommended for anyone wanting to make the most of Monterosa’s exceptional off-piste.

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Monterosa Ski Schools in Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna

Group lessons in Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna take place in the mornings, and though courses normally last for five consecutive days, fewer days may be booked if required.  Lessons start on a Monday and last between two and three hours per day, depending on the resort and level of skier. Private lessons are also available for individuals and small groups with prices varying according to how many people take part in the lesson, the time of day and the season. Booking in advance is recommended for all resorts, especially at peak or quiet times of the season.

Champoluc Ski School
Tel: +39 0125 307294 & 307194
Email: scuolascichampoluc@tiscali.it
Web: www.scuolascichampoluc.com/english/index.html

Gressoney Monterosa Ski School
Tel: +30 0125 366015 (Stafal)
Tel: +39 0125 366265 (Punta Jolanda)
Email: info@scuolascigressoneymonterosa.it
Web: www.scuolascigressoneymonterosa.it

Gressoney St Jean Ski School
Tel: +39 0125 355291 ( Weissmatten)
Email: info@scuolascigressoney.net
Web: www.scuolascigressoney.net (Italian language website)

Alagna Ski School
Tel +39 0163 922961
Email: scuolascialagna@tiscali.it
Web: www.scuolascialagna.it/index.asp?lang=en&id=

Antagnod Ski School
Tel: +39 0125 306641
Email: antagnod@maestridisci.com
Web: www.scuolasciantagnod.com

Cross Country Ski Schools in Monterosa

There is a Cross Country centre in Brusson in the Ayas Valley, and lessons can be organized by the ski schools in Brusson and Champoluc. There’s also a small cross country ski school in Gressoney St Jean (Tel: +39 347 5480471). The cross country trails in the Valsesia valley are centred at Riva Valdobbia (3km from Alagna) and private lessons can be organised with the individual instructors at the centre there.

Brusson Ski School
Tel: +39 340 5410632 (Downhill Skiing)
Tel:+39 347 9668259 (Cross Country)
Email: aldopayn@tiscalinet.it

Monterosa Mountain Guides in Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna

Many of the ski schools have professional Alpine Guides among their staff and guides can be booked through most ski school offices. Additionally, there are a number of specialist guiding organizations offering guiding off-piste, free-ride, ski touring and heli ski itineraries.  Guides can provide you with the necessary safety equipment, including harnesses for glacier itineraries, avalanche beacons, shovels and probes, and several ski shops hire skis with skins and touring bindings off-piste itineraries that involve significant uphill ascents.

There is an excellent choice of guides, and each guide should be able to select a broad range of runs suited to your skiing ability and fitness level. For instance, these are some of the shorter off-piste routes (none of them take more than half a day and some are less than 30 minutes) that the Società delle Guide di Gressoney can show you from just the Passo Salati and Punta Indren lifts: Vallone d’Olen, Canale Grande, Salza, Zube, Vallon D’Ottro, Bors glacier and Sotto i Piloni.  

A guide will also do much more than show you exciting routes. They will help keep you safe, advise on and if necessary provide the right equipment (some of the longer routes require skins and touring ski bindings and some of the toughest require ropes and harnesses as well), find the best snow, pass on useful tips to improve your off-piste skiing technique, and teach you about the mountains and the communities which live among them. 

When conditions are right in the spring and summer, the guides can also arrange for you to stay in the high mountain refuges and take you on combined mountaineering and skiing itineraries (climb up-ski down) around the 4000m peaks. For details, contact theSocietà delle Guide di Gressoney.

Champoluc  / Società Guide di Champoluc – Ayas
Tel:  +39 346 2441219
Email: info@guidechampoluc.com
Web: www.guidechampoluc.com

Gressoney / Società delle Guide di Gressoney
Tel. +39 0125 366280 / +39 349 4320563
Email:  info@guidemonterosa.info
Web: www.guidemonterosa.info

Gressoney / Guide Monterosa
Tel:  +39 0125 366019 / +39 349 3674950
Email: info@guidemonterosa.com
Web: www.guidemonterosa.com

Alagna  / Ufficio Guide Alpine Alagna
Tel: +39 0163 91310
Email: info@guidealagna.com
Web: www.guidealagna.com

Alagna / Lyskamm Viaggi Mountain Guides
Tel: +39 0163 922993
Email: info@lyskammviaggi.com
Web: www.lyskammviaggi.com

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