Hai acquistato una Mtb o una E-bike e ti piacerebbe imparare su come utilizzarla al meglio o come far fronte ai piccoli inconvenienti durante una gita? Siamo qui anche per questo! Marco è a tua disposizione per insegnarti tutto ciò di cui hai bisogno per affrontare le tue uscite in tutta sicurezza grazie ad una... Continue Reading →
La ciclabile della bassa Valle d'Aosta ovvero la "bassa Via" in bicicletta! Dedicato a tutti gli amanti della tranquillità, un percorso emozionante per famiglie, lungo la ciclabile che collega Aosta a Saint Vincent. Quasi 40 Km di strada da percorrere interamente o a tratti in base al proprio allenamento e interessi. Esiste anche una variante... Continue Reading →
There is a village in the Gressoney Valley where time has stood still, an oasis of peace away from today's busy city environment. Among vineyards, chestnut woods and orchards, the village of Chemp stands on a hill of rocks smoothed by glaciers, and right within the walls of these houses, you will find an open-air... Continue Reading →
The love for the territory has allowed the vignerons to produce genuine and quality wine. Among the highest mountains in Europe, the Aosta Valley Wine Route, called Route des Vins, wants to take you to the vineyards and wineries, letting you talk about it, directly from those who work the land with their own hands... Continue Reading →
At the center of the lower Aosta Valley, there is a fortress created to defend the Valley: the Fort Bard. It has remained almost intact since its construction, one of the best examples of a barrier fortress of the early nineteenth century. But the lower Aosta Valley is not only a territory rich in history... Continue Reading →
A tour between two valleys, from Col de Joux to the ancient Bechaz gold mine in Ayas Valley, to admire the spectacle of the Alps and the Aosta Valley. An easy itinerary that will lead us to discover the ancient Bechaz mine passing through the uncrowed Tzecore Hill, made famous in recent years by the... Continue Reading →
The lower Aosta Valley is rich in history, of Castles to visit in fantastic scenarios. What better opportunity to combine cultural tourism with sports tourism?
The Monte Rosa Group is, by extension and importance, the second mountain group in the Alps and the Ayas and Gressoney Valleys offer many combinations of routes between the numerous huts with some of the most beautiful views of the entire Group of Mountains. The diversity of the area allows for tours suitable for all... Continue Reading →
The Matterhorn is certainly one of the most representative mountains in the Alps. A mountain village is nestled between its valleys and can only be reached by lift or on foot. An easy tour suitable even for the less trained, at the end of which an inevitable typical lunch in the refuge will await us.