Some ideas for snowshoes itineraries

As for all the mountain activities, you must not overestimate yourself venturing into difficult and arduous paths: inquire about the route to follow and the conditions of the snow and always check the weather forecast. Every winter the snow conditions may be different so the recommended periods for each excursion are approximate.

See also the guided snowshoe walks

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Croce di Fana

Snowshoe  -  Quart

Leave your car and head towards the town of Fonteil following the road through the houses. You’ll find a signpost after the village: take the path on the left that avoids part of the farm road….

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Benevolo Refuge

Snowshoe  -  Rhêmes-Notre-Dame

From Pellaud, continue along the road that leads to Thumel coasting the Doire de Rhêmes after a couple of minutes. After walking for about 20 minutes you reach the summer parking lot before enterin…

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Prapremier

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Marcel

From Druges Hautes walk towards the houses in the village: from here you take a path that proceeds through the wood, often used by snowmobiles. Go around the buildings on the right and continue o…

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Becca France

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Pierre

You climb the track that immediately veers to the right, taking you across the vast pastures below Thoules. Cross the vast snowy area following the signposts of the track with your snow shoes. Yo…

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Punta Leysser

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Pierre

From Vétan, climb the beaten slope to the isolated Chatelanaz house. Continue climbing the slope with alternating steep and gentle sections, following the route beaten by the snow mobiles. After…

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Arp de Jeux

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Rhémy-En-Bosses

Proceed West along the slightly ascending snow-covered slope, leaving the covered road to the Gran San Bernard tunnel on your left. When you reach the slope that returns to the Crévacol lifts…

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Arp du Bois

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Rhémy-En-Bosses

Follow the directions for the Col Serena, making your way along an almost flat stretch of track which passes under the viaduct of the Great St. Bernard tunnel. Cross the Torrent de la Belle Combe and…

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Plan Puitz

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Rhémy-En-Bosses

From Saint-Rhémy, briefly climb the road for Gran San Bernardo to the left hair-pin curve: here you’ll find the Alta Via 1 signposts that indicate the route along a beautiful snow-covered path. After…

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Col de Joux

Snowshoe  -  Saint-Vincent

Opposite the car park you can find the start to a snow-covered track that climbs above the small park surrounding the Chapel of the Partisans. Once past the no-entry sign, you follow a short, almost…

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Saint-Evence

Snowshoe  -  Torgnon

Go down along the regional road until you reach a signpost on the left, which indicates you should turn left: you continue downhill a short way until you reach the Chapel of Saint-Pantaléon. You g…

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