A steep snowshoe hike in the middle of the woods, takes us to one of the most beautiful panoramic points of the Aosta Valley.

Statistics

490

m

2

m

24

max°

Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

Starting from the parking lot of Col Tzecore (1660 m.), we immediately enter the path that crosses the snowy meadows until we reach a sign.

From here the climb starts immediately steep among small rocks and pine needles, continues to climb in the dense and enchanted forest until we reach a hill, from here the view is already exceptional on all the peaks of Brusson and Champoluc.

We continue our walk along the crest, where slowly the trees leave the space to an incredible view on all the peaks of the valley, behind us the ladies of Challand and the Nery group, in front of us from Zerbion (2722 m.) to Mont Blanc (4808 m.), on the left the Gran Tournalin (3379 m.).

At the top, after 2,5km and +490m elevation gain, we find a cross waiting for us (2105 m.).

I suggest to continue the walk on the entire ridge to fully experience the mountain!