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If you love outdoor sports, you cannot miss the opportunities offered by the province of Turin.
Hiking, trekking, bicycle itineraries on the road and for mountain bikes: the Turin Alps are waiting for you to experience unforgettable moments immersed in the territory.

The time has come: get your backpack on, tie your boots well and fill your water bottle! Choose the itinerary that best suits you and set off to discover the emotions that only hiking in the Turin Alps can give you. From the Gran Paradiso National Park, through the Lanzo Valleys to the Susa Valley and the Waldensian Valleys, the opportunities for trekking and hiking are endless.

Cross country, enduro, all mountain; these are just some of the MTB activities that you can do on these picturesque trails designed for those who cannot do without the adrenaline that only off-road cycling can offer. The Turin Alps have everything a mountain bike enthusiast could wish for, thanks to numerous itineraries designed with different degrees of difficulty and lengths.

Autumn and spring are the ideal seasons for pedalling over the Piedmontese hills, while summer is the best time to enter the alpine environment where single tracks and military roads allow you to conquer peaks with unforgettable views, such as the 3000 m of Colle Sommeiller and the 3130 m of Monte Chaberton.

Formidable action, regular and flawless pace, intense anxiety; this is what the great cycling champions have given us. Out and out archetypes of the unstoppable climber, they are a model for all enthusiasts to follow and pursue.
Thanks to the wide range of routes for racing bikes that Turin offers, you can finally tackle the climbs on which the champions of the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia battled it our with each other Colle del Sestriere, Colle delle Finestre, Nivolet, Colle del Moncenisio, Colle del Monginevro and Colle Scala, are the ideal places to experience the great emotions of road cycling on your bikes.