Traditional alpine settlements are unique in their ability to adapt to farming and raising livestock, given the climate and the sloped terrain. Built with locally found material, homes were shared by human beings and animals. There are two types of habitats: permanent ones in the lower valleys and temporary ones at one or two different altitudes for grazing.
[Mountain Wilderness: manifestazione a favore del Parco del Monte Bianco, contro la cabinovia della Vallée Blanche] [Autore non identificato], arch. Vivalda, [Gian Luca] Boetti
[Riprese varie tra cui paesaggi e scialpinismo] [Autore non identificato], A. Risso, Fornelli, P. Bressano, E.P.T. Torino