GRESSONEY HIKES

HIKING TRAILS AT THE FOOT OF MONTE ROSA

starting from
Gressoney-Saint-Jean
starting from
Gressoney-La-Trinité

26/02/2024: PATH 7A and 10 CLOSED – trail 7A from Stafal to the end, and trail 10 from Gressoney-La-Trinité to the junctiono with trail 10B are closed due to ongoing work until a date to be determined.

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Gressoney

Gressoney is the name of a unique cultural and territorial entity in the Italian Alps, actually divided into two neighboring municipalities:

Gressoney-Saint-Jean (1385 meters) and Gressoney-La-Trinité (1635 meters).

The two municipalities are located at the top of the Lys Valley,
one of the longest in the Aosta Valley:
it takes its name from the Lys river that runs through it in its entirety.

The valley ends at the sight of the southern slope of Monte Rosa,
the largest mountain massif in the Alps, the second highest after Mont Blanc.

Gressoney is a German language island belonging to the Walser community.
The population speaks an Alemannic dialect, Titsch (from Greschòneytitsch)

A tourist center since the 19th century, it attracts mountain enthusiasts from all over the world every year.

This website is dedicated to the Gressoney hiking trails

With the patronage of:

Municipality of Gressoney-Saint-Jean

Municipality of Gressoney-La-Trinité


Tourist office of
Gressoney-Saint-Jean
Villa Deslex
+39 0125 355185
gressoney@turismo.vda.it

Tourist office of
Gressoney-La-Trinité
Piazza Tache
+39 0125 366143
gressoney@turismo.vda.it

Alpine Club of Gressoney
Fraz. Tache 14/d c/o Bazar Thedy
+39 331 7893125

caigressoney@gmail.com
gressoney@pec.cai.it

Aosta Valley and Lys Valley

Valle d’Aosta is an autonomous region in northwestern Italy; it is the smallest (3,263 km2) in the country and includes the highest peaks: Mont Blanc (4807 m), Monte Rosa (4634 m), Matterhorn (4478), and Gran Paradiso (4061 m).

Aosta Valley in Italy

Aosta Valley in Italy

Gressoney-Saint-Jean and Gressoney-La-Trinité are located at the end of the Lys Valley (in red on the map), the first valley on the right when arriving by car from other regions of Italy.

Lys Valley in Aosta Valley

Lys Valley in Aosta Valley

Gressoney

Gressoney is the name of a unique cultural and territorial entity in the Italian Alps, actually divided into two neighboring municipalities:
Gressoney-Saint-Jean (1385 meters) and Gressoney-La-Trinité (1635 meters).

The two municipalities are located at the apex of the Lys Valley, one of the longest valleys in Aosta Valley:
it takes its name from the Lys river that runs through it in its entirety.

The valley ends at the sight of the southern slope of Monte Rosa, the largest mountain massif in the Alps,
the second highest after Mont Blanc.

Gressoney is a German language island belonging to the Walser community.
The population speaks an Alemannic dialect, Titsch (from Greschòneytitsch)

A tourist center since the 19th century, it attracts mountain enthusiasts from all over the world every year.

This website is dedicated to Gressoney hiking trails

Aosta Valley and Lys Valley

Valle d’Aosta is an autonomous region in northwestern Italy; it is the smallest (3,263 km2) in the country and includes the highest peaks: Mont Blanc (4807 m), Monte Rosa (4634 m), Matterhorn (4478), and Gran Paradiso (4061 m).

Aosta Valley in Italy

Aosta Valley in Italy

Gressoney-Saint-Jean and Gressoney-La-Trinité are located at the end of the Lys Valley (in red on the map), the first valley on the right when arriving by car from other regions of Italy.

Lys Valley in Aosta Valley

Lys Valley in Aosta Valley

With the patronage of:

Municipality of Gressoney-Saint-Jean

Municipality of Gressoney-La-Trinité

Tourist office of
Gressoney-Saint-Jean
Villa Deslex
+39 0125 355185
gressoney@turismo.vda.it

Tourist office of
Gressoney-La-Trinité
Piazza Tache
+39 0125 366143
gressoney@turismo.vda.it

Alpine Club of Gressoney
Fraz. Tache 14/d c/o Bazar Thedy
+39 331 7893125

caigressoney@gmail.com
gressoney@pec.cai.it

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