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Gran Paradiso National Park

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Paradise on earth!

We went for a day trip from Turin! As it was in the middle of summer, Itally in general was very... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2016
London, United Kingdom
Wonderful park , in a pristine environment

This area , for many years an oasis of protected wildlife , is in the Aosta Valley , and can either... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2015
Villar Perosa, Italy
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22 Jul 2016
“Paradise on earth!”
6 Mar 2015
“Wonderful park , in a pristine environment”

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Reviewed 22 July 2016

We went for a day trip from Turin! As it was in the middle of summer, Itally in general was very hot. The weather was lovely and the scenery was breathtaking.

2  Thank Xtinextine
Reviewed 7 March 2015

This area , for many years an oasis of protected wildlife , is in the Aosta Valley , and can either be visited by trekking , or by skis in the winter season . When skiing , it's not unusual to see deers or other...More

2  Thank drvelo
Reviewed 21 September 2014

The place is really amazing, Trees and small rivers everywhere, the beautiful Italian Alps full of snow. I went there at the summer and made it almost to the top of Gran Paradiso, the view is stunning, It is easy to get to the place...More

4  Thank Findingwhatshidden
Reviewed 29 July 2014

This not so well know nature park has more to offer than you think. On our first (and only) walk which was of medium level, we saw the ibex and several alpine marmots (which are very cute). The campings are good and the restaurants are...More

3  Thank LizzyClaes
Reviewed 3 May 2014

Share this with me. Within sight of Mont Blanc,anything is crystal-beauty. The park is named for one of the mountains within its confine,the highest on Italian soil. And the name is fitting for the park is a paradise of unspoilt alpine wilderness filled with an...More

8  Thank Eli B
Reviewed 4 September 2013

Outstanding! We slept a few days at the camping site in Pont (Valsavarenche) and made the tour up to Gran Paradiso Summit (4.061 m) via the Rifugio Vittorio Emanuele II. On the first day we went from the camping site in Pont up to the...More

3  Thank Chris_Graz
Reviewed 25 February 2013

Awesome views or mountains, glaciers and forests - true paradise. If you're camping or hiking, I'd highly recommend a couple of nights at Camping Gran Paradiso, Valsavarenche. I couldn't find it on Trip Advisor. but the owner is so friendly and even lent us an...More

4  Thank BhutekoMasu
Reviewed 2 December 2011

This is definetely one of the most beautiful National Parks in Italy. We hiked there several times, from Cogna, Valsavaranche and on the Piedmont side, from Ceresole Reale. If you wish to start your hike already from 2600 m height, and in few minutes already...More

3  Thank kayak62
Reviewed 19 October 2011

When we first entered the park at Valmontey we noticed that a lot of people had walking sticks. At first we thought it was about nordic walking..until after we decided to go up a mountain for a nice view. The mountains are STEEP. It is...More

8  Thank Lucia21Amsterdam
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6 March 2017|
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Response from ParcoGranParadiso | Property representative |
Hi! Unfortunately this part of season is really complicated for weather conditions, you must inquire day by day for avalanche danger. We suggest you to contact our touristic offices at those numbers: 0039-0124-901070 and... More
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25 February 2017|
Response from ParcoGranParadiso | Property representative |
Hi! In spring you can do trails in the valley floor and is the best season to see the animals. In summer from Nivolet hill (2600 m) you can go hiking for a few hours or half a day very scenic and with little gradient. For... More
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