A week full of proposals to make you discover our gorgeous mountains, our culture and tradition…that is the task of the guides of Trekking Monterosa: guide you along the paths of the Ayas Valley, at the foot of Monte Rosa,
Excursions in Monterosa, routes through the most beautiful mountains in the world. Download the map!
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The Alta Valsesia Park is the highest in Europe and unravels up to the 4,554 metres of Punta Gnifetti. Families can enjoy it in walks from Alagna to the Pastore Mountain Refuge where they will also see the botanical garden
Following the stretches of the Via Francigena in the Aosta Valley on foot means walking through the old hamlets and splendid castles, stunning churches and important remains of the Roman era whilst always being surrounded by the outline of the
The Grande Sentiero Walser is theme trekking which connects the Valtournenche, Val d’Ayas and Gressoney Valley, by following the old communication roads of the Walser population who colonised these lands in the XII century. This route focuses on the most
The 1 and 2 high routes are the symbol of one of the most fascinating and spectacular areas in the Alps: the route unravels, on foot, from the highest mountains in Italy and Europe: Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa and the
The Monte Rosa Tour, this is the famous and spectacular circuit tour which unravels around the Monte Rosa, through the uniqueness of its Italian and Swiss valleys where the mark of Walser culture and architecture is still alive and dominant.
Easy, panoramic and cultural trekking for gourmets. This route, amongst medieval castles, vineyards and the summits of the Matterhorn and Monte Rosa can be taken in every season of the year. Enjoy the best panoramas of the Monte Rosa walking
A circuit that will most certainly not bore you. From the harsh Lake Vercoche (one of the deepest in the whole of the Aosta Valley) to the lower fields of meadows before finally crossing an enormous landslide where you
Leave early from one mountain hut to reach the next before evening without descending into inhabited land. This is what you will experience if you decide to follow the Mont Avic Park paths: live your holiday to a different rhythm,
Travelling on foot? well here you can. You will pass through the wet landscape of deciduous forests amongst which is nestled the stone and wood village of Crest, the meadows of the deep valley of Dondena and see the enchanting