A unique, unspoiled destination in Europe, a small Canada in the middle of the Alps.
The valley of Valgrisenche stretches for 28 km and connects the region of Valle d’Aosta to the breathtaking circle of mountains leaning against the French Tarantaise. This wild valley is located at the heart of one of the most beautiful regions of the Alps, surrounded on both sides by mountains with altitudes ranging from 3,000 meters to 3,747 meters; from there, some of the most famous peaks, such as Mont Blanc, Grand Combin, the Matterhorn, Mont Rose and Grand Paradis, can be admired.
In winter, Valgrisenche is the realm of Heliski! A true paradise for skiers and snowboarders who enjoy the thrill of off-piste in untouched areas. We offer you exclusive access to over 20 landing sites, 20 peaks that give us the opportunity to ski on more than a hundred different routes, starting from the top of glaciers to reach mountain pastures, have some runs through forests and finally a ski to the lake of Beauregard at the bottom. For those who love wide open spaces, helicopter is a fantastic way to access our most beautiful slopes with a vertical drop ranging from 1,300 to 2,100 meters. This allows us to choose the best snow conditions.
Our philosophy is simple: to share our passion and the incredible experience of off-piste heliskiing in our magnificent valley with our clients. HELISKI VALGRISENCHE was created in winter 1982-83 and is the first permanent base in Europe. Our team of guides invite you to join them for the most unique Heliskiing adventure in Italy. Valgrisenche is a magical valley, wild and full of natural beauty. It is alive with Italian alpine culture where generations of families have preserved a very special way of life. An awesome ski experience combined with legendary Italian hospitality awaits you!
Benvenuti a Valgrisenche!
HOW TO REACH US By air : We are accessible by flight to Geneva, Turin and Milan.
Coming from Chamonix: Tunnel of Mont Blanc, at the exit of Courmayeur follow signs to Aosta on the normal road (do not take the motorway) for 15 km. Right after the third tunnel in Leverogne/Arvier turn right and take the road for Valgrisenche until you get to the village of Bonne, your last stop.
Coming from Switzerland: Tunnel of Grand-St-Bernard, before Aosta do not take the tunnel going to the motorway, instead, keep the right to Aosta and continue on the normal road direction Courmayeur, after the first tunnel, at the exit of the village of Arvier, take the road on the left following directions for Valgrisenche, until you arrive to the village of Bonne, your last stop.
Welcome to the Heliski paradise!