Trekking in Valle d'Aosta is another regenerating experience: it entails immersing oneself in magical sceneries while doing some physical exercise. The trekking routs range from easy and short daily routs to more challenging ones that require hiking and overnighting in some mountain dews. The region hosts the highest peak summits in Europe: Monte Rosa, Cervino and Monte Bianco. By taking take the "Giants' Way", you can cross all of them.
Val d'Aosta is also a fun destination for mountain biking lovers. Recently, more and more tourists choose to explore this region on their e-bikes, with electric propulsion to assist pedalling. Amongst the most chosen destinations for this kind of tourism is the Cogne Valley, where a rich network of trails is present. The ideal itinerary is a 20km bike ride, approximately two hours, that traces the classic cross-country skiing track, the march of Gran Paradiso.
To conclude, after a day full of activities, the time comes to taste some of the best typical products of the region, such as cheese and wine. The famous Bleu d'Aoste fondue is one of the most known dishes served with a mould of leeks. Also, you can taste the typical Carbonade, a succulent meat dish served with polenta.