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wandern
4 months ago

Amazing views on most of the trail! If you start early, once you get to Cabane du Combal, take time to take in the view of Lac Combal (beautiful even when dry) and the peaks around it or push all the way to Rifugio Elisabetta before continuing on with the rest of the loop.

rucksacktour
5 months ago

My favorite in all of Italy

Just read the review Rachel Sharp posted. It’s a perfect summary of this hike. To the first lake is easy, to the second lake is more difficult to reach. Also, almost no snow on our hike.

Amazing views and fun, dynamic hike. There are multiple routes to get up and back to the second lake (Pietra Rossa), so you can see different things. One of the routes, which draws you to the left at a fork before crossing the waterfall, follows the waterfall up the mountain with metal bars at several points to help with the fairly vertical climb (or descent). This route was steeper, but much less snowy than the route that crosses the waterfall before the lake. The snow made the ascent difficult in two patches—we even used some other hikers ropes to help us get up. (Probably not absolutely necessary but definitely helpful.) The portion of the hike between Arpy and Pietra Rossa has some rock scrambles and was quite steep for most of the way. The two parts of the hike should really be rated separately. From the car park to Arpy was fairly easy, but the hike from Arpy to Pietra Rossa was difficult. (The overall hike is rated as moderate right now, but I’m sure a U.S. National Park would rate the second leg of the hike as difficult.) The views are incredible the whole way and I would do this hike again— but know that the mileage is probably between 9-10 miles round trip and the hike from Arpy to Pietra Rossa is challenging.

wandern
6 months ago

Amazing hike! But I would probably rate it difficult rather than moderate, at least by U.S. standards. You don’t need equipment, but this is a more significant elevation gain then most hikes rated as difficult in the U.S. National Parks. The hike is fairly steep for majority of the outward trip, and if you descend all the way down to Rufugio Arbolle at the end then there is a steep ascent at the beginning of the return trip as well. However, the views are totally worth it. Start at the gondola station in Pila and follow signs for 14/19/102, all of which seem to be the same trail in this area. You’ll get to Lake Chamole first, which is beautiful and a great place to stop for lunch on the way out or back. Then continue on to Rufugio Arbolle, which has another magical lake at which you could rest. I would highly recommend this hike for the views, but it is aerobically challenging!

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scrambling
6 months ago

Incredible view of Monte Bianco, Courmayeur & the surrounding area.

Great hike to the first lake with awesome views of the Alps. If you just hike to the first lake & back it's around 6 km round trip.

bella passeggiata e sfidante anche. ci sono dei sentieri per arrivare e tornare da diversi modi facendola più attraente. consigliatissima.

wandern
10 months ago

Great hike even for children!

wandern
10 months ago

Amazing trail, one of the best peak in the Valley for panorama and hiking history . Lots of different mountain sceneries in unspoiled environment. It takes 7 to 8 hours, so go there early in the morning...sometimes cloudy in the afternoon. Scary passage near the peak, you have to sneak on the rocks with your back facing the void. Beautiful!!!!

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