From Aosta to Saint Vincent along the cycle lane

The cycle lane of the lower Aosta Valley or the “lower way” by bicycle!

Dedicated to all lovers of tranquility, an exciting route for families, along the cycle lane that connects Aosta to Saint Vincent.

Almost 40 km of road to be covered entirely or in parts according to your training and interests.

There is also a variant for the more trained bikers, with Via Francigena and low traffic secondary roads, provided to reach the town of Pont Saint Martin and the end of the Aosta Valley.

Today we introduce you the two easiest sections of the cycle path, but you are curious to discover the section from San Vincent to Pont Sant Martin, do not hesitate to contact us.


From Chatillon a Fenis


Perhaps the richest part of history since we thought, with a small modification to the original route, to start and end at two Castles.

From Chatillon to Fenis

Ww start from the Castle Baron Gamba of Chatillon, where we can admire its park with centuries-old plants, and we will reach the famous Fenis Castle. Easy itinerary entirely on cycle lane and secondary roads between history and nature.


From Fenis to Aosta


No less exciting is the rout from Fenis leads to Aosta. Among the strong points of this road there is certainly nature, in fact you cross large green fields and the Les Iles nature reserve.

The route ends in the center of Aosta, why not take advantage of it for a visit to this beautiful city and its Roman remains?

From Les Iles to Aosta

Included:

  • Welcome briefing in English
  • Mtb Instructor
  • Bicycle rental (E-bike)

Price starting from 30€ per person. Full day tour. For those wishing to use their own bicycle, i am also available for accompanying only, request a personalized quote.

For security reasons related to the current situation, all our tours are available for individuals or small groups.

To guarantee the best service, reservations are required at least 2 days in advance.


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