• Acceglio b.ta Chiappera e Prazzohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/prazzoacceglio_thumb.png

    The area for cross-country skiing Alta Valle Maira, in communes of Acceglio and Prazzo is full of tracks that wind through the various villages and hamlets. A beautiful r…

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  • Aisonehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/aisone_thumb.png

    The municipality of Aisone offers numerous cross-country skiing trails, totalling 50 km in length. A point on the Aisone plain, beyond the River Stura, marks the start of…

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  • Ala di Sturahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/aladistura_thumb.png

    Modernised ski lifts, splendid off-piste skiing locations such as the Colletto, a 15 km cross-country skiing trail in a fabulous setting, ice-skating and inviting bars an…

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  • Alagna – Freerideparadise – Monterosaskihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/alagna_thumb.png

    All’interno del comprensorio sciistico Monterosaski (200 km di piste interamente percorribili sci ai piedi) si trova Alagna Valsesia, un piccolo e prezioso brillante inca…

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  • Alpe Campo

    Il Comprensorio Sciistico dell’Alpe Campo – Pian della Ratta è situato in una posizione incantevole nel Comune di Rimasco (alta Val Sermenza – Valsesia), alle pendici del…

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  • Alpe Cialmahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/alpecialma_thumb.png

    A historic ski resort in the Canavese area, Locana is situated at the centre of a basin delimited by two mountainsides. The environment is simple and natural with ample p…

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  • Alpe Deverohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/alpedevero_thumb.png

    The Alpe Devero can be found in the far north of the region; it borders on Switzerland and is situated within the boundaries of the Veglia-Devero Park, in the province of…

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  • Alpe di Merahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/scopello_thum.png

    Alpe di Mera means snow without danger, the opportunity to meet new people while sitting down to dinner, sampling typical mountain cuisine and gazing at Monte Rosa. It al…

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  • Alpettehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/alpette_thumb.png

    The Municipality of Alpette, situated at an altitude of 1000 metres above sea level, pays tribute to its name (literally “little alp”) through the characteristic architec…

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  • Argenterahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/argentera_thumb.png

    The Municipality of Argentera is situated in the Stura Valley, approximately one hour from Cuneo, on the road that leads to the Maddalena Pass. The territory is covered i…

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  • Artesina – Mondolè Skihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/artesina_thumb.png

    Artesina offers slopes and trails for all tastes,  from easy runs to more technically demanding ones. Thanks to its favourable position, it also guarantees a long ski sea…

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  • Baitina di Druognohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/labaitina_thumb.png

    La Baitina di Druogno è un vero e proprio parco sulla neve che offre numerose opportunità: piste adatte ai bambini e principianti servite da tapis roulant per risalire se…

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  • Balmehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/balme_thumb.png

    The Pakinò ski resort is situated in the centre of Balme. It offers convenient car parking and a piste-side bar. The single slope is ideal for children and beginners and…

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  • Bardonecchiaskihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/bardonecchia2_thumb.png

    Lying in a sunny basin and surrounded by splendid mountains with peaks of more than 3000 metres, Bardonecchia is one of the most striking corners of the western Alpine ar…

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  • Bellinohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/bellino_thumb.png

    The Bellino Valley runs from east to west and its two sides are therefore rather dissimilar in terms of vegetation and climate, while upstream from Sant’Anna, it fans out…

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  • Bielmontehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/bielmonte_thumb.png

    Situated at an altitude of 1500 m above sea level, Bielmonte hangs like a balcony over the Po Valley, guaranteeing perfect exposure to the sun. Its infrastructures, geare…

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  • Briga Altahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/brigalta_thumb.png

    The municipality of Briga Alta lies in a mountainous area in the Upper Tanaro Valley. Wedged between the province of Imperia and France, Briga Alta came into being when a…

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  • Carcoforohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/carcoforo_thumb.png

    A part of the municipal territory of Carcoforo falls within the boundaries of the Alta Valsesia Natural Park. Carcoforo is set in a bright, spacious environment, surround…

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  • Casteldelfinohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/casteldelfino_thumb.png

    Casteldelfino is particularly well-known for its cross-country skiing circuits, located in the broad basin formed by the confluence of two branches of the upper course of…

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  • Castelmagnohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/castelmagno_thumb.png

    Castelmagno, with its fifteen hamlets, belongs to the Provencal region that falls geographically between the Alps, the Pyrenees, the Mediterranean and the French Atlantic…

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  • Centro del Fondo Alfredo Sartori Santa Maria Maggiorehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/santamariamaggiore_thumb.png

    One of the major attractions of the Vigezzo Valley is cross-country skiing, due to the beautiful natural pistes that link the main towns in the valley, crossing pine fore…

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  • Centro Fondo Riale – Val Formazzahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/centrofondoriale_thumb.png

    Il Centro Fondo di Riale si sviluppa interamente nella conca di Riale, frazione che fa parte del comune di Formazza, la più settentrionale del Piemonte, situata a 1718 m,…

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  • Centro fondo Strepeis – Bagni di Vinadiohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/strepeis_thumb.png

    In Vinadio, in the locality of Bagni di Vinadio, a short distance from the spa facilities, Strepeis Cross-Country Skiing Centre offers pistes of various levels of difficu…

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  • Ceresole Realehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/ceresole_thumb.png

    The little ski resort of Ceresole owes the epithet “Reale” (“Royal”) to King Vittorio Emanuele II, who bestowed the title with the institution of the Gran Paradiso Royal…

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  • Cheggio di Antronahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/cheggiodiantrona_thumb.png

    The hamlet of Alpe Cheggio is located in the municipality of Antrona Schieranco, in the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola. The mountainous territory extends as far as the…

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  • Chialamberto – Groscavallohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/chialamberto_thumb.png

    In the largest of Lanzo’s three valleys, the Val Grande, we find the cross-country skiing area, which is suitable for both classic technique and skating style. It offers…

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  • Chiusa di Pesiohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/chiusadipesio_thumb.png

    This historic locality in the Pesio Valley boasts a cross-country circuit, measuring approximately 30 km, that runs through the park area, offering breathtaking views and…

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  • Claviere – Cesanahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/claviere_thumb.png

    Situated at the centre of the Via Lattea, Cesana is excellently linked to all the adjacent ski areas.Montiluna and the village of Sansicario provide tourists with kilomet…

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  • Crissolohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/crissolo_thumb.png

    The ski resort of Crissolo is composed of a chair lift and two drag lifts, which ascend from the centre of the town (1333 metres above sea level) to an altitude of 2400 m…

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  • Demonte – Festionahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/demonte_thumb.png

    The Stura Valley can be considered the legitimate capital of Nordic cross-country skiing, with champions such as Stefania Belmondo having trained on its pistes. The littl…

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  • Domobiancahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/domodossola_thumb.png

    Domobianca, situated just a 15 minute drive from Domodossola and approximately an hour from Milan, is a veritable paradise for ski and winter sports enthusiasts. Immersed…

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  • Elvahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/elva_thumb.png

    The Elva piste stretches for approximately 4 Km, at a high altitude that guarantees good snow conditions for long periods of time. The piste offers stunning scenery, and…

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  • Entracquehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/entracque_thumb.png

    In an area on the edge of the Maritime Alps Natural Park, where the conditions favour abundant and constant natural snowfall (though support is provided by a first-rate a…

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  • Fabbrica Curone – Caldirolahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/fabbricacurone_thumb.png

    Caldirola stands on the slopes of Monte Gropà, in the upper Curone Valley, in the municipality of Fabbrica Curone. From the summit of Monte Gropà (1,446 m), on a clear da…

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  • Formazzaskihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/formazza_thumb.png

    Formazza is one of the few resorts where the ski slopes are close to the town, enabling skiers to return to their hotels or houses with their skis on their feet. The pist…

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  • Frabosa – Mondolè Skihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/frabosa_thumb.png

    Frabosa Soprana’s traditional hospitableness has a long history. At the end of the 1940s, when neighbouring localities boasted nothing but forests and a few chalets, Frab…

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  • Funivie Oropahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/oropa_thumb.png

    Oropa is immersed in a natural  environment rich in biodiversity, which has remained untouched by urban contamination for centuries. The Sacro Monte (Sacred Mountain), wi…

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  • Garessio 2000http://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/garessio_thumb.png

    1 cableway, 11 chair lifts (6 four-seaters and 5 two-seaters), 3 drag lifts and 80 km of pistes: these are the figures for the “Riserva Bianca” (“White Reserve”), the ski…

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  • Limone Piemonte – Riserva Biancahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/limone_thumb.png

    1 cableway, 11 chair lifts (6 four-seaters and 5 two-seaters), 3 drag lifts and 80 km of pistes: these are the figures for the “Riserva Bianca” (“White Reserve”), the ski…

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  • Lurisia Terme – Monte Pignahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/lurisia_thumb.png

    Immersed in uncontaminated landscapes and surrounded by a breathtaking panorama, the pistes of Monte Pigna are just three minutes from the centre of the town, which is al…

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  • Macugnagahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/macugnaga_thumb1.png

    There are two distinct ski areas in the territory of Macugnaga: the Belvedere Ski Area and the Monte Moro Ski Area. Belvedere Ski Area: setting off from Pecetto, we take…

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  • Mottaronehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/mottarone_thumb.png

    The Mottarone (1491 metres above sea level) is a mountain characterised by its gentle physiognomy and majestic position. Even though it is one of the lowest peaks in the…

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  • Ormea – Centro Fondo Cantaranahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/ormea_thumb.png

    Ormea is situated in the Upper Tanaro Valley in south Piemonte, a panoramic terrace overlooking Liguria and Corsica, in a basin dominated by the highest peaks in the Ligu…

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  • Piamprato – Valle Soanahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/valprato_thumb.png

    Piamprato is a small ski area that offers numerous winter sports activities, as well as opportunities for days of relaxing fun in the snow. The selection of activities on…

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  • Pian del Fraishttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/piandelfrais_thumb.png

    With the unique conformation of the mountain, Frais is like an island surrounded by nature, in an extremely scenic and striking position. This medium/small ski resort, in…

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  • Pian di Solehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/piandisole_thumb.png

    Pian di Sole overlooks Lake Maggiore, with the ski resort set in splendid landscape amid natural beauties and majestic coniferous forests. Situated a short distance from…

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  • Pian Munèhttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/paesana_thumb.png

    Paesana can be found halfway between Cuneo and Torino, at the centre of the Upper Po Valley; its altitude of 600 metres above sea level results in a mild and salubrious c…

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  • Pian Neirettohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/coazze_thumb.png

    Set between the Susa Valley and the Chisone Valley, Coazze is a small town immersed in the Orsiera – Rocciavrè Natural Park, in the Upper Sangone Valley, and is bordered…

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  • Piana di Vigezzohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/craveggia_thumb.png

    The Vigezzo Valley extends over a plateau that is part of the Lepontine Alps, between Ossola, Ticino and Upper Verbano (Lake Maggiore), bordering on the Onsernone Valley,…

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  • Pietraporziohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/pietraporzio_thumb.png

    Pietaporzio’s cross-country skiing centre takes its name from one of Stefania Belmondo’s nicknames, “Scricciolo” (meaning “wren” or “little woman”). With a length of 20 K…

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  • Pontechianalehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/pontechianale_thumb.png

    Al culmine dell’Alta Val Varaita, partendo da 1614 m di quota per arrivare a 2780 m, all’arrivo della sciovia Savarex è visibile la parte ovest del Monviso ed il Vallone…

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  • Pra La Grangiahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/pralagrangia_thumb.png

    The piste is ideal for beginners, school courses or those who wish to spend a day on a small resort without having to worry about queues at the lifts. Families can enjoy…

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  • Pragelatohttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/pragelato_thumb.png

    The ski lifts of Pragelato are situated on the right of the Chisone stream, in an area of particular environmental value that is almost completely covered with beautiful…

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  • Pralihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/prali_thumb.png

    Prali, a Piedmontese tourist village situated 75 km from Torino, is a well-known ski resort. Two two-seater chair lifts, two drag lifts (including one that serves the ski…

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  • Prato Nevoso – Mondolè Skihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/pratonevoso_thumb.png

    The ski resort of Prato Nevoso, at an altitude of 1500 metres, is in the middle of the Mondolè ski area and is capable of satisfying every level of skier, from experts to…

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  • Riva Valdobbiahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/rivavaldobbia_thumb.png

    Il Centro Sci di Fondo “Marmotta Rosa” comprende le piste che si snodano tra i comuni di Riva Valdobbia e Alagna Valsesia costeggiando il fiume Sesia, sotto la spettacola…

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  • RucaSkihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/bagnolopte_thumb.png

    Situated on a terrace on the high round of Bagnolo Piemonte, RucaSki is a ski resort aimed purely at children and beginners. Its gentle slopes, the easy access, the ample…

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  • Sampeyrehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sampeyre_thumb.png

    Sampeyre (980 metres above sea level) is a tourist resort that is extremely popular due to its pleasant moderate mountain climate. It can be described as the “capital” of…

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  • San Domenico Skihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sandomenicoski_thumb.png

    San Domenico is situated at an altitude of 1,420 metres in the municipality of Varzo (VB). The locality offers more than 24 km of downhill slopes, served by 6 ski lifts t…

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  • Sangiacomo di Roburenthttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sangiacomodiroburent_thumb.png

    San Giacomo is a small resort that offers safety, well-maintained ski lifts and pistes and exquisite hospitality. The resort boasts two chair lifts and six drag lifts; th…

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  • Sansicario – Vialatteahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sansicario_thumb.png

    Established at the beginning of the 1970s, it is the most modern resort in the Vialattea. Situated at an altitude of 1,700 metres, Sansicario is a skier’s paradise. With…

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  • Santa Elisabettahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/santaelisabetta_thumb.png

    In the Sacred Valley of Colleretto Castelnuovo, a steep, curving road winds through the ash and birch forests, leading to the Crosiglietto Hill, upon which stands the San…

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  • Sauze d’Oulx – Vialatteahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sauze_thumb.png

    In addition to its renowned and exciting nightlife, the lively and sunny town of Sauze d’Oulx offers natural beauty, old-time charm, wide and fast slopes and thrilling of…

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  • Sestrierehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/sestriere_stazione_thumb.png

    One of the most stylish localities in the Vialattea and the venue of numerous international competitions, Sestriere offers snow enthusiasts a range of technically-demandi…

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  • Usseglio – Pian Benothttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/usseglio.png

    The ski resort of Usseglio Pian Benot is located just 60 km from Torino in the highest part of the uncontaminated Viù Valley and is surrounded by a series of mountains, s…

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  • Valdierihttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/valdieri_thumb.png

    The Desertetto basin is a suspended valley that was once home to a glacier. A steep cliff wall marks the entrance to the valley, which can be accessed via a narrow, windi…

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  • Valmalahttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/valmala_thumb.png

    Valmala is the religious centre of the Varaita Valley, and every year, thousands of pilgrims visit the Madonna della Misericordia Sanctuary. The landscape is rich in birc…

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  • Vernantehttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/vernante_thumb.png

    Vernante is the only place in the world with murals of Pinocchio painted on the walls of its houses. The dwellings in the town centre were painted by Bruno Carlet and Meo…

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  • Viola (St Gréé)http://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/viola_thumb.png

    Viola is a typical mountain village, situated in the upper Mongia Valley in a delightful basin at the foot of the Bric Mindino. The basin is rich in vegetation and water,…

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  • Viù – Colle del Lyshttp://piemonteneve.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/viu_thumb.png

    The Colle del Lys is a mountain pass located at an altitude of 1,314 m, which links the Municipality of Viù, in the Lanzo Valleys, to the Municipality of Rubiana, in the…

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