The Monte Rosa Massif, the second highest mountain range in Europe, is located between Switzerland (Valais) and Italy (Piedmont and Aosta Valley). Why pink? Although, “rosa”, as well as “rose” mean pink in Italian or French, the name itself derives from the local dialect. “Rouése” means glacier in Franco-Provençal Aostan language. The Dufour peak is the highest peak of the Monte Rosa Massif that consists of 22 peaks over 4000m. It is also the second highest peak in the Alps after Mont Blanc. From Macugnaga you can admire the famous Eastern Wall - Himalayan wall in the Alps, at 2470m. On the Gnifetti peak you will visit the Capanna Margherita refuge, the highest refuge in Europe (4554m). We present to you the six most famous peaks of the Monte Rosa group. Choose one for yourself and climb it with us!