For centuries, this valley has fascinated people in a special way. Of course, Mont Blanc dominates the whole scene, but it is not the only astonishing mountain here. The interplay of the monolithic mountains of the Monte Rosa Massif and the Grand Paradiso makes the Aosta Valley so breathtakingly beautiful. In spring 22 gorgeous, deep green smaller valleys spread out over the Aosta Valley and form an artistic network of trails. Many generations of herdsmen, winegrowers, smugglers, traders and of course mountaineers, who have dreamt of this valley ever since Mont Blanc was climbed for the first time in 1786, built the very trails we love so much. Freeriding in this high mountain terrain and on spectecular tracks at 3000 metres gives us much more than just a great downhill run. This is an experience one doesn’t forget.
Flow?! Yes, exactly. That is what we’ll find here in endless combinations of perfectly harmonised curves and many more of them as one would expect – a jewel, and absolutely worth it. The lifts and shuttles will help us whenever possible, but we have to reach the highlights on our own. We will have to overcome 1400 metres of ascent, but believe me, it’s totally worth the effort! More than 2000 metres downhill single trail in one go will only end in the historic centre of Aosta, where great local wine and food will be waiting for us!
Dreaming, wondering, experiencing nature in peace and quiet, focusing and riding on unforgettable trails.
This camp is unique and cannot be compared with any of the other camps we offer. One or two runs will be day trips with picnics in the mountains. Different to many of our tours, there will be days when we will do all the ascents on our own without any shuttles. Constantly riding up the mountain without any stress. On other days, however, we may use the advantages of the lifts and get great downhill runs of over 1000 metres without having to do anything for it.
Appr. 14000 metres downhill and 6000 metres uphill!