Welcome to our Stories, a special blog, where our friends write about their experiences and adventures in the Monterosa area. If you would like to visit Champoluc, Gressoney, Alagna or other villages in the Aosta Valley, trek or ski in the Monterosa, discover Sardinia or other places we offer, contact us!

Posted: Oct 31, 2014

Vandra i Champoluc i slutet av augusti

Vandra i Champoluc i slutet av augusti är en fröjd för själen. Färgerna är skarpare än tidigare på säsongen och det är inte så varmt, människorna i byn och på berget är lite mer avslappnade, snart är sommarsäsongen slut.

Lago Pinter 2600 m, and ice cold!

Posted: Apr 27, 2014

Season’s end Thanks from M (you know James Bond?)

First we have been blessed with nearly too much – is this really possible? – snow in Champoluc, Monterosa, where we have our Italian Alps’ HQ.

Meter after meter snow filled up all streets, roofs and nevertheless slopes of the mountains here around, giving us and all our travel guests an incredible ski season.

Antagnod church - Champoluc

Posted: Apr 27, 2014

Off season trip to Champoluc. Should we take snowshoes or should we take shorts?

The 19th of April came with at least 50 cm fresh powder, again, and the next group of guests of TheAlps, expected 4 days later to Champoluc, were supposed to go hiking.


Pian di Verra

Posted: Mar 24, 2014

The magic of snowshoes - by Nastassja Capetillo

When you’ve got just one week in the resort with some of the best skiing in the world you might not think about alternative activities. You might only have one ski-vacation planned for the whole year so it's understandable to make the most out of it. But are you sure you are not missing out on anything by staying on the slopes? We decided to give snowshoes a chance. And it was definitely worthwhile! 


Posted: Mar 20, 2014

Snow chaos in Champoluc and Gressoney - By Pedro Capetillo

Saturday mars 1 2014 – a meter of snow came down on Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna. Our normally unstoppable Chevy 4-by-4 van could hardly make it down to the valley. It took me 3 ½ hours from Champoluc and down to Verres – a distance of 30 kilometers. There were deserted cars everywhere. Tourist busses and utility viechels. Gas stations where sold out for snow chains. Restaurant La Toretta opened for lunch which they normally don’t serve, in order to help all the stranded people. The road to Gressoney was closed all together for the duration of the day.

bad driving

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