Monterosa

Monterosa

 

Monte Rosa / Skiing on Valser Ground

The second highest mountain in Western Europe, the Monte Rosa Massif with its 4,634 metres of altitude is second only to Monte Bianco. Here, 180 kilometres of slopes that connect Ayas Champoluc all the way to Valsesia make it possible to ski for 8 hours without having to ever repeat the same slope. But Monte Rosa isn’t only about skiing: Gressoney still harbours ancient Stadels, fine examples of Walser architecture that represent more than 8 centuries of this high-altitude-community’s traditions.

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