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April 5th - April 8th 2019 - More dates available soon

 

If you're looking for an adventure and something a litte different or a way to enjoy one of the most fun seasons in the Alps but skiing or snowboarding isn't your thing then let us take you on a trip to one of the most famous, beautiful and remote mountain retreats in the Italian Alps.

 

Combining rustic, retreat and beautiful restaurant experiences this trip ticks all the boxes and incorporates a fabulous spa in the Aosta Valley, an overnight stay in a remote refuge famed for its hospitality and great food that's unlike no other and a visit to the upscale ski town of Courmeyeur and it's great bars and restaurants.

 

What's included: Two day snowshoe around Monte Bianco with a night in a remote mountain refuge & two nights in Italain boutique hotels. Lunch at the world famous Grivel family restuarant with delicious home made pasta, deserts and a roaring log fire on our way to the refuge, food and drinks en route and a dinner in a beautiful restaurant in the heart of the buzzing Alpine ski town.

Snowshoeing In Italy

£895.00Price
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  • Sample Trek Itinerary:

    Italy to Switzerland over the Col Ferret through the Aosta valley

    Two nights hotel/one night refuge

     

    Fly to Geneva Friday and private transfer to Entreves in Val Ferret just the other side of the Mont Blanc tunnel and before you get to Courmeyeur. Stay at the family run boutique hotel.

     

    From here we set out early on Saturday morning and hike or snowshoe, (depending on the snow levels) to the Grivel family restaurant. It’s a gorgeous, rustic and family run place that’s been going since 1818. 

     

    From here we snowshoe through the woods up to the famous refuge Walter Bonnatti, one of the best on the whole of the Tour du Mont Blanc and known for it’s remote setting, stunning views on Mont Blanc and fantastic food. They also have private rooms and are located at 2025m:

     

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Refuge_Walter_Bonatti

     

    From here we hike over the Swiss border and finish up in Champex, towards Verbier where you’d transfer back down the Chamonix valley to Geneva.