Hiking


Leg 01 - From Gran San Bernardo to Echevennoz

After visiting the Hospice Museum and the adjacent kennel where St Bernard champions are bred, we can move to the border.

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Leg 02 - From Echevennoz to Aosta

This itinerary follows evocative tracks that flank the "rus", old masterworks of hydraulic engineering: little channels that bring water from streams to cultivated lands.

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Leg 03 - From Aosta to Chatillon

The slope from Valle d'Aosta is an itinerary that we can follow entirely walking on the orographic left bank of the Dora.

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Leg 04 - Alternative route 1 - Chatillon

Thie alternative route avoids an uphill after Chatillon, but you have to walk on an asphalt road.

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Leg 04 - From Chatillon to Verrès

Leaving Chatillon go uphill along a difficult path, before entering the one that flanks a rus till reaching Saint Vincent.

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Leg 05 - From Verrès to Pont St. Martin

A walking tour rich in attractions: the marvellous Saint Martin's Parish in Arnad, perhaps the main attraction along Via Francigena in our itinerary in Val d'Aosta;

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Leg 06 - Alternative route 1 - Carema

This alternative route shorten the lenght of about 800m avoiding the nice uphill to the center of the village of Carema.

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Leg 06 - From Pont St. Martin to Ivrea

Arriving in Piedmont, the mountains are softened, slopes and height differences are easier to follow. The walking tour alternates between characteristic

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Leg 07 - From Ivrea to Viverone

An easy route at the bottom of Ivrea Greenhouse, the biggest moraine in Europe, an interesting geological formation that marks the direction.

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Leg 08 - From Viverone to Santhià

The main attraction of the day is Roppolo Castle: here you can admire a view of the morainic amphitheatre of Ivrea and of Viverone Lake.

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Leg 09 - From Santhià to Vercelli

The itinerary crosses the plain of Vercelli characterized by several rice fields, different avicultural species attracted by sheets of water in this area.

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