Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th June 2021
2 days trekking with donkeys
Along an easy route, we’ll discover several untouched pastures. At the top we will enjoy the panoramic and unforgettabile views of Monte Rosa. During the second day we will admire wonderful landscapes on the valley. Our donkeys will help us carrying baggage but will also enable us to live an amazing experience
Meeting point: On Saturtady 10:a.m. – Piode – Vc – località Chiesetta delle Pietre Grosse
FIRST DAY: Piodo- Alpe Meggiana we will walk through pines wood to reach the mountain hut.
Uphill: 800 m.
Journey time: 3 hours uphill
SECOND DAY: Alpe Meggiana, Alpe Pizzo , Piode. During the second day we’ll visit a farm and we’ll enjoy panormic views of the valley.
Uphill: 150 m
Journey time: 4 hours
HOW TO BOOK: just send us an e-mail at email@example.com at least 10 days before
Fee per person: 80 euro (minimum 5 participants). Free for children untill 12 years old – 2 days of guided hiking (English speaking) Donkeys and equipment to carry backpacks and luggage
Costs 50.00: euro accommodation in mountain hut in rooms of 4-6 -8 beds – 1 nights with half board (drinks not included)
international airfare; transfer to/from Valsesia; personal insurance; lunches; sodas and alcoholic beverages. If you would like, we can organize your transfer from the airport to Valsesia and back and find you a hotel for the nights before and after the trekking.
WHY WITH US:
-We live at the footsteps of these mountains and we are specialized on this Tour
-We speak English
-We are cheaper than most of the trekking agencies!
WHERE IT IS:
the starting of this trekking is Sant’Antonio Riva Valdobbia – Valle Vogna look at google map and the ending point is Alagna Valsesia in Italy. Milan is at 150 km and Turin is at 160 km.
Also possible as a PRIVATE TRIP: contact info @mountainplanet.net for details.
HOW TO BOOK: just send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org at least three weeks before.
CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT:good sturdy walking shoes are necessary, they should be already in use (we recommend not to use new shoes, that could hurt!). Clothing should be comfortable, warm or cool depending on the temperature: we advise dressing in layers (underwear T-shirt, t-shirts, longsleeved shirt, fleece) with technical material, which dries quickly, so as to minimize the spare parts. Essential a good backpack with a capacity of 50 to 60 litres (note that the larger, the easier it is to fill it with useless things), waterproof jacket and overpants, gloves and warm hat, sunglasses and cream, a water bottle, emergency food (some energy bars) and something to eat for lunch on the first day. Also do not forget the need for personal hygiene, wet wipes, a towel and a sheet bag (all sold in shelters). Telescopic trekking poles are recommended.