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Parco Nazionale Val Grande

Italy
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Peaceful place

Great place for hiking. We were in Val Grande for five days and didn't reach a half of the places... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2016
Stefan K
,
Podebrady, Czech Republic
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Nice!

The park is nice but you do need to have good nerves to reach the top by car ;). There are some... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2015
ANkiem
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amsterdam
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  • Excellent59%
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  • Average9%
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23 Apr 2016
“Peaceful place”
26 Jul 2015
“Nice!”
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Reviewed 23 April 2016

Great place for hiking. We were in Val Grande for five days and didn't reach a half of the places we would like to see. It's very large area and you better plan your hike before. Biggest problem was the the maps we took in...More

2  Thank Stefan K
Reviewed 26 July 2015 via mobile

The park is nice but you do need to have good nerves to reach the top by car ;). There are some walking pad of you go up from the village, and some nice swimming spot when you go down the mountain halfway

Thank ANkiem
Reviewed 16 July 2015

We hiked from Cicogna to Alpe Pra, it was about one hour uphill (we are fairly used to hiking but not particularly fit now). Alpe Pra is a great refugio - run by volunteers. They serve food and drinks at reasonable prices, and the view...More

Thank jasminkoriander
Reviewed 19 November 2014

The hiking we found was fantastic! We set our gps for the park from Stresa, took la left after Bieno and drove until we found a car park across from a small chapel (don't know the name of the town). We walked a few feet...More

Thank njtraveler365
Reviewed 12 January 2012

Val Grande is a large wilderness area in the Nothern Piedmont Alps, that turned into National Park in 1992. It's not for everyone. The trails are steep and sometimes not well marked, you need a map to hike around the park, and good mountain trekking...More

3  Thank kayak62
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