What to do in SUMMER

Via Francigena Morenico Canavesana

da Carema a Piverone (37,77 km)
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Highlights and tour details

The route of the Via Francigena Morenico-Canavesana, between the Valle d’Aosta part and the Biella-Vercelli part, is about 40 km long and crosses the territories of 10 Municipalities: along the way you will pass through a beautiful section of the Moraine Amphitheatre of Ivrea created by the retreat of the Balteo Glacier, one of the best preserved geological conformations of glacial origin in the world, dotted with lakes and characterized by the long outline of the Serra, a 25 km long moraine ridge. The route of the Via Francigena Morenico Canavesana is part of an international religious route, it also intersects with the upper Route of the Moraine Amphitheatre of Ivrea and the Anello dei 5 Laghi (Ring of the 5 Lakes).

Points of interest

Between Carema and Settimo Vittone: the Parish church and the Baptistery of San Lorenzo, one of the most important Romanesque architectural buildings in Piedmont. In Borgofranco: Palazzo Marini. In Montalto Dora: the Castle. In Ivrea: the Castle or “Castle of the Four Towers”, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the Church of Sant'Ulderico, the Sanctuary of Monte Stella (Cappella dei Tre Re), the Tower of Santo Stefano, the Church of San Bernardino, the Church of San Gaudenzio, the Church of Santa Croce, the Maam, the open-air museum of Olivetti architecture, the Tecnologic@mente Workshop Museum, the Olivetti Historical Archive, the National Industrial Film Archive, the Pier Alessandro Garda Civic Museum. The Roman Amphitheatre of Eporedia is also present in the area. In Bollengo: the Church of Santi Pietro e Paolo and the Bell Tower of San Martino (outside the town, in the ancient hamlet of Paerno it is also known by the popular name of Ciucarun). In Piverone: the ruins of the Romanesque church called Gesiùn (perhaps identifiable with San Pietro di Livione).

Other information

Itinerary code: VFC
Recommended period: All year round
Historical interest: Yes
Devotional interest: Yes
Access by public transport: Yes
Classification: Medium and low mountain provincial
Provinces crossed: Torino

Notes on public transport
Bus lines:
http://www.gtt.to.it
http://www.sadem.it
Train lines:
http://www.trenitalia.com
Departure, arrival and municipalities crossed
Departure
Carema
10010 Carema (TO)
Torino
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Arrival
Piverone
10010 Piverone (TO)
Torino
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Stages
Please note that the routes may include some sections where there is traffic.
The information contained in the pathways is not binding on the authors and verifiers of the pathways.