Visit an old alpine hamlet and meet a shepherd and his flock.
Step by step, walk in the footsteps of the men and women who crossed the Alps by taking the Pt St Bernard pass and the Roman road. Throughout the route, villages, chapels and an exceptional panorama. The occasion to evoke the ways of life, the beliefs of mountain populations in the XVIIth and XVIIth century, the dangers which threatened them: They were hawkers, soldiers, pilgrims, countess… and among them artists who spread art baroque in the villages of Tarentaise
A walk around the Petit St Bernard pass to learn about this important passageway, pastoral agriculture and the cattle that graze in the mountain pastures.
Take a walk around Le Châtelard village, meet a shepherd and his flock and then sample some local produce in the former village school.
Guided tours allow you to get to know the unsuspected richness of the cultural and historical heritage of La Rosière and its surroundings. Through these guided tours, you will be transported into a whirlwind of history and culture.
In particular, discover the Col du Petit Saint-Bernard, which has been and still is a key place for people to travel between France and Italy. In the summer you can reach it by car and pass directly into Italy. In winter, you can discover Italy on skis thanks to the Espace San Bernardo !
Cross the Petit Saint-Bernard pass to discover Italy and the Valle d’Aosta. The town of Aosta, for example, is steeped in history. You will be able to discover its Roman heritage: forum theatre, Arch of Augustus, …