Project Description

Wild Paths from Settimo Vittone to Traversella

3 days/2 nights minimum 2 people

Three-day trek with an expert hiking guide along the Wild Paths of Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta, from the Dora Baltea Canavesana to the Valchiusella.


The itinerary crosses a great variety of environments: from the historic sites of Settimo Vittone, on the Via Francigena, including the medieval baptistery of San Lorenzo, to the heroic vineyards of Nebbiolo di Carema (with their impressive system of terraces and pedestrian paths), up to the typical alpine settlements (Trovinasse, Chiaverina), to the pastures and high altitude passes.


Day 1


Meeting in Settimo Vittone with the guide. Cornaley – Trovinasse – Torre Daniele -Cesnola-Cornaley walking route; Typical dinner at the “Merenda Sinoira” restaurant in Cornaley of Settimo Vittone and overnight stay in the 4-star hotel Il Falco e La Volpe in Cornaley

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel Il falco e la Volpe; walking route Cornaley -Baptistery of San Lorenzo in Settimo Vittone (visit); transfer by hybrid minibus to Scalaro; Scalaro walking route – Chiaromonte refuge; Packed dinner at the Refuge and overnight at the Chiaromonte Refuge (unmanaged)

Day 3

Breakfast at Chalet Rosa dei Monti in Piamprato. Departure for excursion on foot and, through the Col Larissa, passage in Val d’Aosta and descent to Champorcher. From here transfer by hybrid minibus and return to Traversella.

€ 426.00 (group of 6 pax)

Rate includes:

Guide, half board at the 3-star hotel restaurant “Le Miniere”, half board at the 3-star Chalet “Rosa dei Monti; transfers by hybrid minibus Traversella – Fondo and Champorcher – Traversella; transfer at the end of the excursion; 2 packed lunches.

Rate does not include:

First day packed lunch; professional photographer in tow for a personalized photo shoot (on request).

Possible extras:

Single room in the hotel (on request).

Organized by Verticalife in collaboration with Consorzio operatori turistici Valli del Canavese and South Face Paradise



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