Gran Paradiso / Orco Tal - Soana Tal

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From Torino along the provincial road 460 of the Orco Valley, you reach Ceresole Reale, the Piedmontese pearl of the oldest Italian national park, which has an area of over 70,000 hectares, half of which is located in Valle d’Aosta and the other half is in Piedmont. The Gran Paradiso peak includes five concentric valleys in which there are typical alpine environments, with glaciers, rocks, larch trees and fir woods and a lively fauna characterized by the preservation of the animal which is the symbol of the Park, the Alpine Ibex.

From Ceresole you can climb up to the 2,600 meters of the Colle del Nivolet, a watershed between the Orco Valley and the Valsavarenche (Valle d’Aosta), skirting the two artificial lakes, Serrù and Agnel. Here, nature provides its best in breathtaking panoramas and snow-capped peaks,
a paradise for hikers.

Text: Turismo Torina e provincia / www.turismotorino.org

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