…They began with the soft fragrance of the first snows of November; with the intense fragrance of pine resin in late spring; with the clear blue sky contoured by the white, immaculate landscape; the magical palette of autumn colours…
Our love of the mountains also began with learning to have a humble approach in our daily lives, which doesn’t mean underestimating or sacrificing one’s strengths and abilities, but on the contrary, it means using them in an intelligent way, in learning to wait for the right time, in understanding the importance of sacrifice, in listening and sharing with others and then finally leaving, doing.
Our love and passion for the mountains has been passed on from generation to generation, through values and traditions, because one learns from the mountains that it is important not to ever lose sight of the peak. This is the strong message that parents pass on… to their children… and their grandchildren!