Someone gets to his feet, but we'll talk about later. Those arriving on 2 or 4 wheels, both from Aosta Mont Blanc tunnel, exit the freeway or highway in Villeneuve Saint Pierre to get in Introd, leaves to the right and reaches the valley of Rhêmes Degioz, the capital.
Five more minutes and here Eaux Rousses, altitude 1666, resting on the slope triangle, with the top up on the chimney of the Hostellerie du Paradis. Even on foot, said. Sure Eaux Rousses is in fact a stage of the Alta Via n. 2 in Valle d'Aosta, which combines Champorcher to Courmayeur.
It may therefore come from Cogne, crossing the Col Lauson (q. 3296, the highest point of the High Streets) and Rhêmes-Notre-Dame, through Col Entrelor (alt. 3005).