Torinese Alps

The origins of mountaineering amidst nature

Torinese Alps: the origins of mountaineering amidst nature

In the Torinese Alps, the bond that unites Italy and France is strong. Leaving from the south, we meet the Waldensian Valleys- Pellice, Germanasca and Chisone - the perfect destination for trekking and mountain biking fans.

Continuing north, the Chisone Valley and the Upper Susa Valley hosted the Torino 2006 Winter Olympics, with Bardonecchia, Cesana-Sansicario, Clavière, Pragelato, Sauze d'Oulx and Sestriere, ideal destinations for fans of outdoor sports.

Moving north-east, you’ll reach the Lanzo Valleys, surrounded by some of Piemonte’s most beautiful peaks and the cradle of Italian mountaineering, and the Canavese Valleys, which host the Piemonte side of the Parco Nazionale del Gran Paradiso, home to typical alpine environments, with glaciers, rocks, larch and fir woods and a thriving fauna symbolized by the ibex

Experience the area with the proposed tourism offers.

    From the Alps to the Sea: the great outdoors between Italy & France