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Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc

The natural amphitheatre of the Mont Blanc chains forms a splendid backdrop to Courmayeur, and boasts the highest mountain peak in Europe, at an altitude of 4807m.

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Gran Paradiso

Gran Paradiso

The Gran Paradiso areas is spread over the right bank of the Dora Baltea, and comprises four valleys to the south: the Valgrisenche, the Rhêmes Valley, the Valsavarenche and the Cogne Valley.

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Great Saint Bernard

Great Saint Bernard

Hardly touched upon by mass tourism, the Great Saint Bernard Valley, the Valpelline and the Ollomont Valley offer delightfully wild, rocky landscapes in which it is possible to observe the surviving traces of the traditional alpine economy of Aosta Valley.

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Aosta and surroundings

Aosta and surroundings

The Aosta basin forms the largest flattish area in the whole of the region, and is located at the confluence of the Dora Baltea and the Buthier Torrent, the river’s main tributary.

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Matterhorn

Matterhorn

It is at Châtillon that the Valtournenche opens out, and at the end of this splendid alpine valley is the Matterhorn, the mountain, the like of which no other can be found.

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Monte Rosa

Monte Rosa

Two valleys climb up towards the Monte Rosa massif, the Ayas Valley and the Gressoney Valley.

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Central valley

Central valley

The Central Valley corresponds to the depression through which flows the full length of the Dora Baltea River, from the source at the foot of Mont Blanc to Pont-Saint-Martin, the last municipality of Aosta Valley, on the border with Piemont.

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