Summer in Valsesia by lifts!

Are you curious to know what the Valley is preparing for the next season?

Lifts in Alagna will be open every day from June 22nd to September 8th 2019.

In Pianalunga, at 2.040 meters, you will find a new play area for children and the recreational-educational route of Tokji, the elf mascot coming out from traditional tales, that will guide you along a pleasant circular track to discover the territory.

A little higher up, and precisely in the middle of the Cimalegna wall, you can experience the panoramic thrill of Pend’Olen Experience, the most adrenaline-fueled flight in the Alps.

At Passo dei Salati the Istituto Mosso will be open every day from July 1st to September 1st and on the weekends 29-30 June and 7-8 September with free guided regular tours.

For those who want to continue discovering the Cimalegna Plateau, every Saturday will be set guided track along the Geological-Pedological and Botanical paths, with an intermediate stop and a visit to the Mosso Institute.

At Alpe di Mera the Scopello-Mera chairlift will be open from July 20th to September 1st and in addition on the weekends 29-30 June, 6-7 and 13-14 July, 7-8 September 2019.

The panoramic Cycle Paths of Valsesia are just waiting to be cycled, like the footpaths that lead to the most panoramic points on the entire Valsesia and over Monte Rosa.

The huts will welcome you with tasty dishes, traditional products and terraces surrounded by green with a great view of Monte Rosa.

A new play area is under construction for the summer season!

To complete the offer in both locations events dedicated to nature, culture, sport, food and wine and games will be set up.

The season will open with one of the most significant one for the Valley, AMA, the highest Skymarathon in Europe between Alagna and the roof of Monte Rosa, in its second edition 2019.

Don’t miss a stop at Sacro Monte di Varallo! The cable car that serves it, open every day, is the steepest in Europe.

But what will surprise you is the heritage kept inside, which makes it the most significant site among the Sacred Mountains of Piedmont and Lombardy!