North of Turin and northeast of Aosta, the Gressoney - La Trinite ski domaine is known for its awesome snowboarding glades, winding cruisers and tons of backcountry snowboarding. The Gressoney - La Trinite ski domaine has 20 pistes with a maximum vertical descent of 1,220m (4,000 feet). There is good freeriding opportunties off the Cresta Rosa Lift.
The Gressoney-La-Trinite ski domain is part of the greater Monterosa Ski Consortium that interconnects four valleys with 7 resort villages. The valleys include Ayas Valley, Champorcher Valley, Gressoney Valley and Valsesia Valley. The resort villages include Alagna, Antagnod, Brusson, Champoluc, Champorcher, Gressoney-La-Trinite and Gressoney-Saint-Jean. There is one ski pass that provides access to a total of 88 pistes totalling 180km served by 32 lifts.
The Gressoney-La-Trinite area is not really known for nightlife, but you can try checking out the Hirschstube.
Overall, Gressoney-La-Trinite is the 2nd most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 40 snowboarding resorts in Italy.