Day-long excursions or trekking for several days amid the giants of the Alps: discover Aosta Valley by walking along its many paths.
Road and Mountain Biking
Get on your bikes: pedalling on the road or on cycle paths, mountain biking through nature or enjoying daredevil descents.
On the Plateau Rosa at the foot of Matterhorn, skiing is also a summer activity: slopes for all abilities at 3,480 metres above sea level.
Aosta Valley is a mountaineering paradise: the biggest mountain ranges in Europe – Mont Blanc, Gran Paradiso, Matterhorn and Monte Rosa – have long been famous climbing destinations.
Natural and artificial rock climbing walls: a few ideas on where you can climb in Aosta Valley.
The waters of the Dora Baltea and Aosta Valley's Alpine streams make thrilling descents for those who love rafting, kayaking and canoeing.
In Aosta Valley, the various circuits and practice ranges allow you to play golf in unique Alpine environments.
Other opportunities to practice sports in Aosta Valley: horseback riding, paragliding, sports fishing and more besides…