One of the longest piste in Gressoney side


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The scenery that we see on arrival at Passo Salati is breathtaking.

The view includes the mountains of the entire Valle d'Aosta, the valleys of Alagna Valsesia, and in very clear days the Maritime Alps, Milano city and all the Po valley.

The restaurant terrace on the Passo Salati is ideal for a coffee break views.

The descent on the Gressoney side is the red slope of average difficulty G7 called Salati.

The track Salati is fantastic, also offers beautiful descents in the afternoon where the position of the sun provides light and a wonderful snow consistency.

Two sections in the descent are quite difficult for intermediate skiers because the track gets narrower and on days so crowded moguls are the protagonists.

It is one of the longest slopes of the Monterosa ski.