To speak of one destination is a bit undersized. The over 80 km long valley offers endless possibilities and ends at the highest mountain of the alps, the Mont Blanc.
Aosta, with its medieval center, is the heart of the valley to where trails descent up to 2000vm. You will find high alpine terrain with technical trails, but also a lot of flow along the ancient water channels called “Ru”.
With the bike park Pila and shuttle services you can also save some energy for more descents. Best time to go is from May to October.
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Dusty corners on the south faced mountains. Click here to find out more.
You come through little mountain villages everywhere in the valley. Click here to find out more.
The mountains around the valley are high and you can get very long descents up to 2000vm. Click here to find out more.
The terrain higher up is wide open and the trails are fast. Click here to find out more.
Ru de Vens
Along the whole valley there is an endless amount of old water channels called -Ru-. They slightly descend and you will mostly find a very flowy trail next to it. Click here to find out more.
Ru de Vens
Great flow in the woods. Click here to find out more.
Don't forget to stop and enjoy the great Italian food.