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The Eight Wonder Of The World A paradise off piste skiing in the Aosta Valley

The valley Blanche .An exciting route in the hight mountains .as you ski down the imposing “Mer de Glace”glacier you find yourself face to face with breathtaking scenery .the descent is approximately 24 km long .you should have a rest at “salle a manger “it is greatly appreciated by skiers and ideal place for packed lunch,improve your suntan and contemplate the magnificent panorama

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20130215-191059.jpgThe Toula Glacier,
It is unique descent of 2000 m long with large area and multiple routes.it is considered one of the most unique off-piste area in Europe ,trough granite peaks and seracs . From col Flambeau it is possible to finish your ski trip at the Pavillon du Mont Frety,or if snow allows it ,you can get to entrance of the Mont Blanc tunnel

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5 Responses to “The Eight Wonder Of The World A paradise off piste skiing in the Aosta Valley”

  1. Mike Knoche

    Excellent photos but not sure the 8th wonder should be scary for most people. I would ride that cable car up, take pictures and probably take it down to spare me the broken body!

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  2. sykose

    What a beautiful area, love the spots before about Mont Blanc too. Upset I didn’t crack an invite to the jacuzzi party on the summit. Dude we salute you, that is some extreme skiing you got up to.

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