- Aosta Valley - Wikipedia
Geography The Aosta Valley is an Alpine valley which with its tributary valleys includes the Italian slopes of Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Gran Paradiso and the Matterhorn; its highest peak is Mont Blanc (4,810 m or 15,780 ft) This makes it the highest region in Italy by list of Italian regions by highest point
- The heart of the Alps | Aosta Valley
Discover some of Europe's best skiing, snowboarding, walking, cycling, trekking and rafting in the Aosta Valley, all within 2 hours of Geneva, Turin and Milan airports The Aosta Valley is home to 6 world class ski resorts and Europe's 3 highest mountains
- Courmayeur - Aosta Valley Tourist Information
Courmayeur travel information, from means of getting in Courmayeur, to places where to eat, sleep and things to see Includes webcam of Courmayeur
- Yr – Weather forecast for Breuil-Cervinia, Aosta Valley . . .
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- La Thuile ski resort | Aosta Valley
Friendly and affordable La Thuile is a popular choice with UK skiers Originally a mining town, it’s now a purpose-built ski resort with a modern lift-base complex, as well as the old village across the river
- Cervinia - Breuil Snow report - Ski and snow conditions in . . .
Cervinia - Breuil snow report and weather forecast: Here you will find current snow conditions and 5-day snow forecasts for Cervinia - Breuil, as well as snow statistics Snow conditions are updated hourly
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