Hiking & trekking
Mountain walking in Valle d'Aosta: an inspirational and soothing experience
Walk through majestic alpine landscapes and undisturbed surroundings: in the Aosta Valley, over 2,000 skillfully marked out and maintained paths lead to alpine lakes, woods, pastures and mountain huts.
- 14 Results
- Page 1 of 2
A programme dedicated to those seeking to spend a weekend in close contact with the spectacular, unspoilt nature of the Aosta Valley.
- 13 June / 1 November 2017
Considered the easiest of the Four-Thousanders in the Alps. From Plateau Rosà, roped together with the guide, participants can reach the peak in about three an a half hours. From the summit, ther…
- 28 June / 10 September 2017
This route links some of the most important high mountain pastures where the Aosta Valley’s Protected Designation of Origin cheese «Fontina» is produced. Along the trail you can enjoy stunning view…
- 15 June / 15 September 2017
This is hiking that is suitable for everyone, as it offers the option of replacing a few walking parts with the lift facilities instead.
- 1 July 2016 / 10 September 2017
Enjoy an easy walking journey through the unspoilt Valpelline, with donkeys (who will help you carry your luggage) as travel companions.
- 23 / 25 June 2017
- 28 / 30 July 2017
- 25 / 27 August 2017
This hiking programme will take you on a discovery of the most emblematic and interesting areas in the Valle d’Aosta, all the while accompanied by a nature guide.
- 1 June / 30 September 2016
The big trekking news for summer 2017 is definitely Monterosa Randò!
An incredibly fascinating route that sets out from Verrès and heads to the slopes of Monte Rosa.
- 1 April / 30 November 2017
Treat yourself to a relaxing weekend for mind and body 2020 metres above sea level. The only way to get to us is by cable car. The view from our spa, which looks out over Val d’Ayas, will take you…
- 1 July / 30 September 2017
Hiking from the vineyards to Monte Rosa: an unforgettable trip exploring a wonderful valley with a fascinating history and unique landscapes – Lys Valley.
- 1 April 2016 / 30 November 2017