Mont Fourchon summit

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Read our latest snowshoeing blog about ascending the magnificent Mont Fourchon 2902m from the Grand Saint Bernard monastery. It’s a fascinating insight into this region, and explains some of the detail of the history of the region, as well as why this mountain is such a draw for snowshoeing teams. This article describes the route, which straddles the Switzerland – Italy border, and what makes the trip so unique.

There’s some final spaces on our last trips here this winter, but don’t worry if you’ve already hung up your snowshoes for the winter, as our 2015 dates will be released soon. Hopefully this article will provide you inspiration to get dreaming of next years plans. Link to article. We hope you enjoy reading this post, and look forward to hearing from you regarding our snowshoe trips to Mont Fouchon.

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