Activities

Ski and trekking paradise

Champoluc and Monte Rosa

Monterosa Ski

Monterosa Ski

For a vacation totally dedicated to skiing, the Cré Forné is obviously the best, thanks to its position directly on  slopes. Our guests have at their disposal a ski room with private lockers where they can put ski in the evening and find the morning after their ski boots disinfected and warmed. In  the morning, after a delicious  breakfast, you only have to put on your skis and you’ll have the entire Monterosa Ski complex right in front of you.

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Nature and 'slow mountain'

Nature and 'slow mountain'

The end of the Val d'Ayas opens toward the glaciers of the Monte Rosa with broad slopes covered with woods and sunny pastures, punctuated with tiny villages with classic rascard construction.

The Cre Forné is set in the middle of this idyllic landscape. Both in summer and winter its enviable position allows total contact with nature and makes it the ideal place for those who seek, in addition to sports, long contemplative strolls or simply immersing themselves in the unique landscape of this valley.

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Aosta Valley excursions and trekking

Aosta Valley excursions and trekking

The comfort of a hotel, the position of a refuge. Located on some of the most fascinating routes of the area of the Monte Rosa, the Cré Forné is the ideal place for fans of trekking who do not wish to give up the convenience and services of a Hotel.

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Mountain bike routes

Mountain bike routes

The Valleys of the Monte Rosa offer unlimited possibilities for fans of the Mountain Bike. The trails and farm roads are suited for practicing Cross Country, while those seeking the adrenaline can go up with equipment for transporting bicycles and launching themselves over dizzying freerides descents among the woods.

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Walser art and culture

Walser art and culture

The Val d'Ayas bears witness to the ancient Walser culture and its thousands of years of traditions. The many rascard villages scattered in the basins and the valleys below Monte Rosa are famous.

Beyond the culture Walser, the area boasts other invaluable architectural evidence.

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