I am Marco and since i was a child I have cultivated my passion for the mountains. After practicing trekking and mountaineering in general for many years, I specialized in climbing to become a National Instructor for the Italian Sport Climbing Federation and more recently a National Mountain Bike Guide.

Together with my wife I now also manage a small hostel in Aosta Valley, the starting point for our mountain adventures.

It will be a pleasure for me to make you discover the valleys and the most unknown places in the Aosta Valley.

To contact me for more information on Aosta Valley sports or to request personalized tours, you can fill out the form at the bottom of the page or write me an e-mail.

Wear a windproof jacket and shorts, have a nice breakfast and put on your helmet because today we take you to a special place, to see the lower Aosta Valley from a privileged perspective. Castles, forts, and panoramic points: to get there you need an e-bike, a water bottle full of water and a bit of training.

These are not difficult routes, but relaxing rides along country roads and cycle paths, among cultivated fields, castles immersed in chestnut woods or, for the most demanding and trained, great climbs in the Champorcher Valley up to Lake Miserin.

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