06 October 2022.

Gressoney, Italy

Located in the Lys Valley a tributary of the Aosta valley, Gressoney-La-Trinite is an excellent location from which to explore the Monte Rosa Massif. It shares the valley with its neighbour and namesake Gressoney St Jean located further down the valley and the ski station Stafal, situated at the head of the valley. Gressoney St Jean is the largest of the villages and has its own self contained lift system that gives access to a small number of ski runs. Stafal and Gressoney-La-Trinite are at the heart of the Monterosa lift system that spans three valleys linking with Champoluc in the west and Alagna in the east.

The ancient village centre of Gressoney-La-Trinite is small and compact, narrow cobbled streets and alleys surround the old square with its massive centrepiece bell. The buildings are a mix of stone villas and wooden chalets built in the Italian rural vernacular of these parts. More contemporary chalet style hotels have sprung up alongside these traditional constructions and provide the bulk of tourist accommodation.

A particularly quiet resort, Gressoney is ideal for those seeking to avoid the hustle and bustle associated with some larger resorts.

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