Without forgetting the great Jean Baptiste and Michel Croz, the guides who accompanied them, the high apartment, all in wood, is dedicated to the first climbers of Monviso.
With 4 sleeping accommodations, fully equipped kitchen and a large balcony overlooking the Monviso
The English Reverend climbed the mythical North Face on 28 July 1881, accompanied by the guides Cristian and Ulrich Almer, who carved thousands of steps in the ice for him.
With 4 bed accomodations, kitchen equipped with hob, oven, coffee machine... and a large balcony overlooking the Monviso. The apartment can be linked to the adjacent bedroom with bathroom: "Pertuis de Viso" generating a "three bedrooms apartment" with 6 bed accommodations.
A. Boarelli apartment
Alessandra Re Boarelli and 14-year-old Cecilia Filia were the first women to climb Monviso in 1864, generating incredulous amazement.
Totally independent, the apartment is on two floors, with large windows opening onto the north of Monviso; a fully equipped kitchen-living room on the ground floor and a bedroom on the first floor. It can accommodate 4 people plus an optional extra bed.
Pertuis de Viso
Small and lovely room with bathroom for single occupancy, although double bed is available.