Monte Rosa

Monte Rosa, Piedmont: Address, Phone Number, Monte Rosa Reviews: 5/5

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GenovaMarco
Genova44 contributions
Top Mountain Resort in Europe
Jul 2015 • Friends
This mountain resort is one of the best I ever seen. You can find several peaks above 4000 meters, glacial lakes, steepy faces on the eastern side and of course the big ice land on the western side going to Plateau Rosa.

In the valley you can see amazing and unique mountain landscapes, distinguishable for typical Walser style that is only here.

In the winter Monterosaski allows you to have a great experience having fun around these mountains. Cableropes can bring you in the middle of this high altitude world for an unique day.
Written 10 August 2015
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Fiona
malta46 contributions
Beautiful sceneries
Jul 2015
We took the belveder chair lift from Macugnaga to Monte Rosa. Altough we didn't go on to the peak of the mountain, were there was still some snow on it we still had a nice and new experience. The view under neat us was amazing. And what to say about the small nice village of macugnaga. A village which looks like a postcard
Written 27 July 2015
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ValdisLS
Satu Mare County, Romania21 contributions
Great
Oct 2013 • Solo
The best thing about Alpine is that it amazes every view. Fresh mountain air, the culture of the mountain people, do everything to be a little part of paradise.
Written 2 September 2014
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Eli B
Sydney, Australia3,702 contributions
This homeland of an incredible Walser culture complements Mt. Rosa's hardiness and beauty
Aug 2013 • Couples
Never heard of the cultural and historical wealth created by the Walser people?
Niether had i,because Mt.Rosa,the second highest peak in the Alps,was just out of my trecking distance and experience.

Be that as it may, they came from Switzerland and and established themselves,in the higher valley,when overpopulation in their Swiss canton,drove them out. Wherever they went,they worked assidiously at draining and 'reclaiming' vast areas of land,with examples of their architecture in wood and stone,still charms the pants off all visitors,today.

be aware!,there is a babel of languages and dialects going on here,but the diversity has a lot of merit. Love their costumes,with their colourful designs and colours which we had the fortune to see at the Walsertreffen,a large meeting of the clans every three years at one of the historic settelments.
Written 9 May 2014
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