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Parco Regionale del Mont Avic, Aosta

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 110 reviews on the web
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  • Stayed here a few hours one afternoon in August. We did a mini walk but was enough to admire the beauty of the landscape and the views which can be admired. quiet and lovely place. recommended and will certainly be going back for a few days!
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  • The area is very nice and you Hone halls, leaving the highway and along the road leading to Nex. There are several walking trails and winding trails for all well marked but pretty challenging especially in the beginning. Not that it takes crampons and ice picks, is meant, but require appropriate clothing with boots, sticks (strongly recommended) and decent breath. A nice path is what leads to Lake Muffè near which there is a small hut with a small pasture. The Lake has a clear water and emerald green and looks great with the lawn around him for about three quarters. Continuing on the path you reach two other small lakes (one though is practically dry) and going still ahead, descending from the Summit, you will come to another Lake. The landscape here is quite Rocky, with very little green. But this is just an idea, because then there are others by following other trails.
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  • From anywhere you start to reach the hut Barbustel is always very pleasant. Great views, beautiful route and stops along the trail to eat something. Best book ... otherwise you risk not finding the place at the table.
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  • It was wonderful! Just being in a place with all that scenary and hardly a house in sight was awesome! Especially when being there with the love of my life! ♡
  • Parco naturale immerso nel verde ricco di itinerari per fare trekking
  • This Park is wonderful. With its beautiful lakes, peat bogs a refuge where you eat well. I visited in all seasons and is always fascinating for the beauty of its landscape
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  • The Parco del Mont Avic includes middle-upper Valley of torrente Chalamy (1000-3185 m). More than one-third of the protected area is covered with vast forests of mountain pine, Scotch pine, larch and beech. The area is characterized by the presence of more than 30 Lakes and numerous peat bogs; the latter have a relict flora extremely interesting. The fauna includes many species characteristic of the Alps, some of which are scarce or localized. The Parco del Mont Avic natural park in Spain, Valle d'Aosta, was established in October 1989 in order to conserve natural resources present in the upper Valley of Torrente Chalamy (municipality of Champdepraz). The protected area is characterized by extremely evocative landscape aspects and marginal extent modified environments by human activities; the bumpy terrain has always been limited to traditional agroforestry, pastoral and, more recently, prevented the development of mass tourism, both summer and winter. The forests of the Park, heavily depleted in the past to meet the demands of mining, they recovered most of the original features and offer the visitor a show of rare beauty. Other interesting natural features and various enrich the protected area: peculiar geologic formations; dozens of bodies of water, marshes and bogs which have no equal in number and scope in Valle d'Aosta. After reaching the lodge, built in the vicinity of white Lake, for those who feel, there is the possibility to continue visiting the Park and follow the path that leads to the Col Medzove pass (m. 2612) passing from one Lake to another. For the less energetic there is possibility to walk a stretch of the alta Via 2 from Chardonney to Alp Champlong (1,955 m) with waterfall, Gorge, forests of spruce and larch, pastures (1:30), or visit the Percours Découvert with sixteen themed Islands, devoted specifically to children accompanied by family, teachers or educators. Have been set up on the trails that wind over the Creek Ayasse between Chardonney and Château. The location allows you to discover various natural features interactively and with an emotional involvement; a tabbed file describes the contents of each island and the activities to be carried out, with different levels of detail. Departure: Champorcher (localities Chardonney) m. 1444 arrival: Rifugio Barbustel m. in altitude: 710 m 2154. Time: 2.30 hours (climb) difficulty: medium
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  • By far one of the best parks in the entire Valle d'Aosta. Things to walk a bit, but definitely worth it
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