Frazione Vigneroisa, 8, Vigneroisa 11020 Champorcher (Aosta)
The farm is located in a completely renovated family. The family has always dedicated itself to the rearing of cows Val d'Aosta (brown, spotted red). This activity is accompanied by the cultivation of vegetable gardens and potato fields, as well as the treatment of 20 h. fienicoltura and meadows for grazing.
The farmhouse is set in a typical Valle d'Aosta, where wood and stone are combined to create a welcoming atmosphere.
The rooms are furnished in rustic style and are from Aosta Valley in a lovely building with a fine view. Additional facilities: 1 double bedroom + one single bed, 2 double bedrooms with attached toilets.
The cottage has a room which houses 26 seats and in summer there is also the option of dining outdoors.
Enhances all the beautiful tavern that seems ideal for edible evenings in the company.
The farm is at the foot of the first Natural Park Valdosta's history, "Parco del Mont Avic", full of picturesque walks, lakes, populations of ibex and chamois, marmots, fauna, represented by all known animals, and enriched by a widespread alpine 'wide variety of insects.
A point of attraction is the shrine of Our Lady of the Snows on the shore of lac Miserin, where every year on August 5th a procession from the Church of Champorcher to reach the shrine where joined by pilgrims from Cogne, and the Valsoana Fénis.
Very pleasant and a trail suitable for all is the path that leads in the Valley of Fire. More than 30 routes, the route of the gorges and climbing.
The location is ideal to reach places of interest such as Bard and Pont-Saint-Martin are just a few kilometers, and when the weather does not allow hiking there be discouraged: Champorcher is still a laboratory where it is woven hemp, activities widely practiced until the '50s, the frame is located near the museum of the hemp; Bard, at the foot of the valley of Champorcher lies the majestic fort of Bard, which houses the museum of the Alps and many other exhibits of cultural interest.
Do not forget that the Aosta Valley is rich in medieval castles, villages witnessing the passage of the Romans.
In the winter season for ski enthusiasts, there are lifts, a nice cross-country skiing and ski mountaineering possibilities.
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