From Saint-Rhémy, cross the main road in the village, bordered by several, recently restored historic buildings. Upon leaving the village, a small section goes along the road to the Great Saint Bernard Col; it then reaches the Roman road that connects Aosta to Martigny to the right. Follow it as far as the former hospital building of the Cantine de Fonteinte. Here, the path crosses the road twice and then continues along the pastures. The large amphitheatre in front of us at the base of the Col is framed by the Pointe de Drône to the N, while the sharp outline of the Pain de Sucre is to the W. You will reach the Great St. Bernard Pass quickly by crossing the road again. A point of passage known for more than 2000 years, renowned for its Hospice, founded in 1050, and clearly for its dogs, the Great Saint Bernard Col belongs to the collective memory of humanity. Its church, treasure and museum are certainly worth visiting.
2:50 h (St-Rhémy – Great Saint Bernard)
2:00 h (Grand Saint Bernard - St-Rhémy)
d+ 870 m d- 870 m (St-Rhémy – Great Saint-Bernard)
d+ 870 m d- 870 m (Great Saint-Bernard - St-Rhémy)