ibex, chamois, deer, marmots, ermine and golden eagles make the park a reference point for nature tourism

Extending from 900 to 4559 meters above sea level, the nature park high Valsesia is now the highest protected area in Europe.

Its territory enclosed by Valli Sermenza, Landwasser Egua and Mastallone, summarizes all areas of the Piedmont Alps: glaciers, moraines, altitude grasslands and shrubby areas populated by junipers and rhododendrons, larch and fir, oak and more scarce beech forests limited to val Mastallone.

Definitely the rich fauna: ibex, chamois, deer, marmots and stoats and especially eagles make the park the benchmark of excellence for Alpine nature tourism. The excursion possibilities are many, thanks to the extensive network of trails, in the presence of shelters, the services offered by the management of the park.


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