Groups wanting to make tracks in the Aosta Valley, will do just that. A haven for intermediates especially, groups will have a great time skiing, regardless of which resort. Experienced snow lovers wanting a good nightlife should check out Courmayeur, with a good social life, amazing food, loads of red runs and access to the Vallee Blanche. If there are some newbies among your group, Cervinia has a wider scope of blues and an all-round huge piste attached to Zermatt.
La Thuile is also very good for beginners looking to improve and move onto reds; and the village centre has enough bars and après ski to keep everyone entertained. With the best access to the large town of Aosta, you can all stay in Pila and head to the town for some night life, and return to the quiet resort before getting up and out on the uncrowded piste.
If your group want to take in some culture, Champoluc and Gressoney in the Monterosa ski area are gorgeous authentic villages. Hotel bars and a handful of restaurants in each resort make up the laid back après ski, meaning you’ll be able to stay level headed in the morning for the challenging reds and blacks which face you across this glorious mountain range, dubbed the Italian Les Trois Vallee.
Spa and sports centres dot across the Aosta valley for those looking for something that doesn’t involve getting out on the slopes, and there are enough bars and restaurants to keep everyone entertained. Family friendly restaurants are happy to receive large groups, and Italian dining being what it is, you are sure to find something which fits everyone’s taste buds and lots of it.