Trekking tour del Monviso
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Trekking tour del Monviso

Price per person
price per person
Trekking tour del Monviso



Itinerant trekking from refuge to refuge with hiking guide.

Departure dates: July 19 - September 6 (check itineraries)

Maximum 12 participants.

Overnight stays:

Quintino Sella refuge - dormitory

Refuge du Viso - dormitory

Guide in Italian and English


3 days / 2 nights


Hikers in good health capable of tackling daily walks of approximately 6 hours a day with the differences in altitude indicated on the program.

MAXIMUM ALTITUDE: 2,815 m. Vallanta Pass

One of the most beautiful trekking tours to do in the Piedmont Alps, around its symbolic mountain, Monviso

• Paths without technical difficulties, but suitable for walkers with average preparation

• Accompaniment of one of our expert hiking guides to discover the most beautiful trails of the Monviso tour.

• Overnight stays in welcoming alpine refuges, with breakfasts, dinners and packed lunches.


• Transfers to/from the tour start/end point, on request

• Overnight stay in a hotel, B&B or farmhouse the night before or after the tour, with dinner and breakfast

• Extra days of trekking or other outdoor activities, on request

• Climb to the summit of Monviso with a mountain guide, on request

• Luggage transport with bearer, prices on request



Guide languages


Day 1: Cuneo (Province)

Day 2: Cuneo (Province)

Day 3: Cuneo (Province)


• Overnight stays in alpine refuges

• Meals as indicated on the program

• Accompaniment of a certified hiking guide and his expenses

• Helpline


• Transfers to/from the tour start/end point

• Meals not indicated and drinks, except tea and coffee for breakfasts included

• Personal clothing (read tips and recommendations)

• Personal sleeping bag

• Everything not included in the “Included” section

Important notes

Decisions regarding the weather are entirely in the hands of the guides who are the greatest experts on the mountain.

In case of light rain or similar the tour will take place.

If the bad weather is such that there are no safe conditions (fortunately it rarely happens in summer), we propose alternative routes or changes of the date (even if this is not always possible).

In the event that it is not possible to avoid cancellation, unfortunately in some cases the services still apply penalties (generally not the Alpine refuges but some hotels in very tourist areas such as Mont Blanc do).

Therefore, in the event of unavoidable cancellation, the amount paid will be refunded, minus only any penalties applied by the services.

Please return the attached file completed for each participant, which serves as a guide for a better understanding of the group.


When we climb above 2000 meters our point of view inevitably changes. The air becomes thinner and the gaze becomes clearer. From up here the totality of the world of which we are part is more evident. Far from the conventions and comforts of the city we find the free and uncontaminated space of the mountains.

We abandon everyday habits to follow forgotten rhythms and unforgettable suggestions that bring us back to the essentiality of our lives and reconcile us with nature.

Choosing a stay in a mountain refuge means confronting this way of life.

Often there are no rooms or individual rooms, the spaces are shared, you sleep in a large dormitory, you eat at the table with other people and you use shared bathrooms. These moments of community life they will allow you to meet hikers and mountaineers with whom you can share the experiences of the day and create new encounters.

• The accommodations are in dormitories or dorms for 4-6 people, depending on the structure.

• Upon request, but depending on the refuge, it is possible to have a private room for just 2 people

• To spend the night you need to have your own sleeping bag, as well as a light pillowcase for your pillows.

• Meals are freshly cooked by the staff, who can also prepare sandwiches for excursions.

• For particular dietary needs we ask you to let us know at the time of booking.

• The kitchen is not that of a restaurant and meals are served at fixed times and usually with 2 menu choices.

• In the refuges it is possible to make phone calls and sometimes even surf the internet, as well as buy snacks and drinks

• Bathrooms have showers and hot water, sometimes limited depending on availability. In some remote facilities, a supplement may be required for hot water in the shower.