Trekking along the paths of Monte Rosa

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In Monte Rosa the mountain is much more than a natural environment: it is landscape, it is home.

Paths wind through the valleys that cross green meadows and dense woods and offer glimpses of ancient Walser villages and fascinating medieval castles, caressing the lakes and ancient irrigation canals.
Hundreds of kilometers of marked natural paths extend across the varied landscape of Monte Rosa: itineraries capable of giving you new challenges and unexpected beauties, multi-day tours and slow-paced excursions.

For rest and refreshment, there are mountain huts and refuges available where, in environments ranging from traditional to innovative, it is possible to find high-level cuisine accompanied by great wines and local beers. Perched in spectacular locations, the refuges offer not only shelter from the weather, but also breathtaking views.

Have a good walk.

The best treks in the Monte Rosa area

Choose the hiking path that's right for you

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Walks with hiking guides in Gressoney

With tastings of local products
Laghi Palasinaz

Arp Refuge and Palasinaz lakes

Lago Frudière

Frudière Lakes


Tour des Villages - Fontainemore

Path 4

The Agency Snow&Feelings accompanies you to discover the beauty of Monterosa

Rifugio Mezzalama

The refuges of Monte Rosa

Does your trek cross a refuge? Discover all the refuges in the Monte Rosa area and choose the one you like best. Contact the refugee refugee in the area you will visit to be updated on opening times, the feasibility of the route and the weather conditions.


Before leaving for your high-altitude excursions, plan your outing carefully and, if you are tackling a classified route with high technical difficulty or you are a beginner, entrust yourself to an Alpine Guide or a Hiking Guide.

Be cautious and wear appropriate clothing for the excursion you are undertaking and remember that even in the mountains you have responsibilities. Protect nature in the mountains, leave no waste, stay on the paths, do not disturb wild and grazing animals, leave plants intact and respect protected areas.