Are you craving for snow, fireplaces, aperitifs and skiing? In Alagna you can have all that and more.
The skilifts will open on November 28, snow permitting, and the winter season will kick off with new options as well as ski break suggestions that are old favourites, but always super-appreciated by our visitors.
Off-piste skiing is Alagna’s strong point, an essential gem that makes Alagna a cut-above-the-rest resort. Our ski guides are already on stand-by with a selection of top proposals for you to experience the variety off-piste ski routes of our Freeride Paradise.
But if off-piste skiing seems a bit too much for you, Alagna has an excellent programme for snowshoeing hikes and guided tours for the young and old and the Alagna ski school will take care of both beginners and perfectionists.
A day in Varallo is definitely not to be missed as well as a visit to the Gaudenziana Wall at the Madonna delle Grazie, because everyone knows that beauty improves the quality of life, and even if you have come to Alagna for a sport and outdoor holiday, an afternoon dedicated to art, is a plus, and who knows, it may just surprise you.
On Tuesdays the lifts will be open at night to guarantee that everyone has the possibility to have dinner in a Baita and the themed dinners called “Italian wines” will recommence on Wednesdays at the Corno Bianco restaurant while on Thursdays the exciting moonlight snowshoe hike up to Baita dell’alpe Sewij will free the pent up energy of the most sportive visitors.
Are you thinking of taking a short break for psychophysical rejuvenation, try our soft proposal with a personal trainer but if what you need is 7 days to really soak up the benefits, we suggest you consider our next option: a slow week in a B&b in Alagna: just the place where to find warmth, dialogue and attention.
Sundays welcome the return of Voices in the Vespro, the guided tours around the center of Alagna that give life to the historical characters who have bestowed prestige on the town and the Walser museum will once again be open at night to rediscover a not too distant past, which nobody wants to forget.