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From the melting snow and the retiring glaciers on top of the Monte Rosa massif, rivers formed the well-known valleys of this area. From the Middle Ages people have been building their villages here and today those villages are the famous resorts of Monterosa. Starting from at the feet of the Matterhorn, we find Cervinia and Zermatt, going northeast to Saas Fee, and going southeast to Champoluc, Gressoney, Alagna and Macugnaga.
Discover landscapes of Aosta Valley
The Alta Via n 1 is an extremely well prepared and marked trail, going through the whole northern side of Aosta Valley, for more than 150 km. It touches slopes of the most epic high mountains in Europe: Monte Rosa, Matterhorn and Mont Blanc, and goes not only through beautiful mountain nature, but also through Walser villages from the Middle Ages. All that together with the glaciers and the Refugios, where alpinists meet from all over the world.
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Go on trek in Monterosa
The Monterosa area is perfect for many different kinds of tours: from one-day tour for beginners or families, to multi-day trekking from rifugio to rifugio, ending with small expeditions to summits, the high tops of the mountains. There are more than 20 peaks over 4000 m in the Monte Rosa area and many of them are reachable from a beautiful rifugi located on glaciers.
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Experience a bike adventure!
Champoluc, Gressoney and Alagna are charming, small alpine villages with an extremely well developed MTB system. More than 50 km of prepared trails and a well developed lift system goes from Champoluc in the west to Gressoney in the middle and to Alagna in the east, making it possible to ride up- and downhill for all bikers.
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Welcome to TheAlps Monterosa Tour. We departed from Colle Bettaforca and landed at Plateau Rosá above Cervinia. On the way we show you some of the peaks in monterosa.
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The festivities start on the 23rd June, the Saint’s Day eve, after dusk with the lightning of Sankt Joahanz fires.
Read "Marta's Monterosa Blog" where she shares her personal experience about the trips, the people and the environment of the Alps.
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Read excerpts from the full descriptions taken from the book Polvere Rosa 3.
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