Walking on the ocean - The Cime Bianche valley
- Tuesday 05 July 2022
Meeting time and place: 9.00 am at the Saint Jacques square.
Description of the route: from the square of Saint Jacques you follow the route that heads towards the plains of Verraz. Just before the entrance to the valley, a path branches off to the left that follows the rocky walls. In short, a first shelf in which a placid stream flows welcomes the visitor. We continue like this up to Varda and then to alpe Mase (2403 m).
Other useful information: packed lunch.
Discovering the Cime Bianche valley, one of the wildest corners of the Aosta Valley. A protected area with plenty of rocky outspurs alternated with meadows, dominated by spectacular glaciers.
Estimated travel time: 5.00 hours
- Positive difference in height *: about 570 m
- Difficulty *: E – Hiking
- Minimum number of participants *: 4
- Maximum number of participants *: 10
- Recommended or mandatory equipment and materials *: summer – light long trousers – sunglasses
Booking procedure: by 12 noon of the previous day on the mail firstname.lastname@example.org 335 8118731 – 0165 363851
In case of bad weather, subscribers will have to contact the guide.