Nested in a vast and verdant valley at a high of 1560 meters, Hobo Camping is a small mountain camp with a free spirit.
Surrounded by Mont Blanc’s granite peaks, you’ll have endless space at Hobo.
Your pitch is a soft green lawn unmarked and unfenced, allowing you to immerse yourserlf in the wild nature of this amazing valley.
All of your four-legged, two-legged, winged or amphibious friends, preferably alive, are welcome here, where there’ll be able to splash in the river and follow their true natures.
The valley is very peaceful, the only annoyance is the chirping of the birds, the soft murmuring of the stream, and the soughing of the cool mountain breeze in the branches of the trees… If you need a more buzzing atmosphere, the glamorous and lively city of Courmayeur is just around the corner and the beautiful Chamonix, with its international and mountaineering reputation, just a few km away.
You are welcome to do nothing at all, if you like, and enjoy an aperitivo reclining on our hammocks, or you can participare in some of the many sporting activities that the valley offers.
We’ll be are happy to organize this for you.
We are a group of friends, who love simplicity, a laid back atmosphere and easy going hospitality. We will do our best to ensure your stay with us is relaxing and fun, and that your holiday turns out to be just as you dreamt it.
A Hobo is a tramp who adopts in avoluntarybasically a lifestyle marked by simplicity, travel, adventure,looking inward, to themargins, sometimes doing odd jobs.
The Hobo culture was born in the United States, the 800, particularly involving unemployed and orphans traveling to the United States carrying out seasonal work, and embarking clandestinely on freight trains in search of adventure. The Hobo culture, especially in the second phase, however, find many practitioners among young restless driven not by the need as an instance libertarian, from a problem to the mainstream culture and a rebellious spirit and late romantic expressed, for example, , hobo writers like Jack London and as the father of Jack Kerouac’s Beat Generation that will make this legendary culture.
We have only one planet. We have to take care of it.
We do our best to reduce the environmental impact, we have chosen to reduce the use of plastic as much as possible, we use ecological detergents according to the law;we promote the use of recyclable plastics and invite our guest to reuse them.
We chose small and local producers, focusing on product quality, respecting territory and animals. Our water was chosen Wami, for their philosophy, mission and ethics, a water with a purpose.
We support the philosophy of REPAIR, REUSE, RECYCLE, to achieve what it takes to make the Hobo more beautiful.