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17 Jun 2016

Biking among the kings

Pila biking trail

The Monterosa area is a fantastic place to begin or to continue your bike adventure. The popular “Dirt Mountain Bike” magazine visited the Aosta Valley once.

Two years ago “Dirt Mountain Bike” published a report from their excursion to the Aosta Valley. They started in Zermatt, Switzerland an ended up

Author: TheAlps

14 Jun 2016

Rifugi in Fest on weekend

Rifugio Ferarro

“Rifugi in Festa” is a traditional opening of the huts’ summer in the Aosta Valley. This year it will start on the18th June. Delicious local cuisine and some entertainments included!

During the forthcoming weekend, the 18th-19th June, shelters in the Aosta Valley region will inaugurate the summer.

Author: TheAlps

10 Jun 2016

Gran Paradiso best for the beginners

Gran Paradiso

Gran Paradiso in Italy was named one of the 6 classic beginner routes in the Alps along with Barre des Écrins and Breithorn, among others. Discover Gran Paradiso National Park with us and climb there!

BMC asked mountains guides about their favourite trails and peaks that are moderately easy to climb for beginners.

Author: TheAlps

3 Jun 2016

100 days to Tor de Geants

Tor de Geants in Aosta Valley

It is less than 100 days to the most famous endurance trail in the Aosta Valley. 330km in 150 hours and 25 mountains over 2000m - welcome to Tor de Géants!

The Tor des Géants will take place from 11th to 18th September 2016, with the start set for 10.00 am on Sunday 11 September from Courmayeur. The competition provides prizes

Author: TheAlps

27 May 2016

Dance and yoga in Champoluc

oga and dance workshops in Champoluc

It is worth being in Champoluc at the beginning of July. Apart from dance workshop, you can enjoy Yogamonterosa festival.

1-3rd July there will be dance workshops for adults and children. During “Champoluc in danza” you can choose

Author: TheAlps
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