- Niveau sportifConfirmé
- Langues parléesitalien, anglais, français
- Duréede 1 jour à 2-3 jrs
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Description de l'activité
Ski touring is the perfect way to explore Monte Rosa's valleys and to reach wild hidden spots in search of amazing descents inthe fresh virgin snow! That's definitely the best way to experience the best freeride experience on Monte Rosa.
The experience and knowledge of a certified mountain guide, Francesco, is an important asset to have fun safely and to take the most out of the day! Francesco will share his technical knowledge on riding techniques, mountain safety and will bring you to the best routes that fit your level and snow conditions.
The Monte Rosa ski domain is a natural playground for ski touring offering plenty of possibilities: from multi-day tours on the glaciers of Monte Rosa following the itinerary of the famous race Trofeo Mezzalama, to day trips in the lateral valleys of the Lys.
The classic itineraries:
- Passo Dune: The classic itinerary ideal for novices and beginners. The itinerary is technically easy and physically not demanding since you will ascend backward. You will start from Passo Salati (2971mt) reachable by the homonymous lift (it will be necessary to buy a daily pass). Then you will ascend for about 1h and 30 minutes (about 300 mt of altitude difference) and descend in freeride to Alagna.
- Bettolina Alta: an easy route particularly indicated for beginners with only 300 meters of altitude difference (1h and 30 minutes of ascent). You will descent towards Champoluc.
- Piramide Vincent: an expert route demanding an intense physical effort with its 1000 mt of total ascent to a panoramic point at 4200 mt. The view on top extends on the entire Alpin range and on crystal days it will be possible to see Milan's skyline as well.
- Passo dell'uomo Storto: it's a route for advanced skiers. The ascent starts from Gressoney La Trinité at 1624, passing through Lake Gabiet (2530mt) reaching Corno Grosso at 3042 meters. Once on top you will descend to Alagna.
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