Po Valley

Route Anello della Valle Bronda

A nice route that offers a 360° view over the Bronda and Po valleys with some charming views
on the Bracco Monutain and, of course, on the Monte Viso. [read more]

Po Valley

Route Pian del Lupo, Rifugio Infernotto, Montescotto

An interesting route both for its technicalities and for the panoramic views on the Po and Infernotto
valleys. A first uphill trail leads to the beautiful and sunny village of Agliasco. [read more]

Po Valley

Route Anello Croce Tournour

On clear and sunny days, this route offers a charming view of the Monte Viso as well as on the
whole Po Valley. [read more]

Saluzzo Plain

Route San Bernardo del Vecchio – Saluzzo

An evocative route that starts and finishes in the medieval square called piazza Castello, surmounted
by the majestic Castiglia tower. [read more]

Maira Valley

Route Anello Montemale – Sant’Anna di Roccabruna

This double route includes two uphill tracks loved by road cycling lovers. The first one reaches
the secluded Municipality of Montemale, characterised by the unmistakable profile of the castle. [read more]

Grana Valley

Route Anello Montemale – Piatta – Castelmagno

A rather complex route that includes two tough uphill sections made famous by the last editions of
the road cyclosportive known as “Fausto Coppi”. Every year, at the beginning of July, it welcomes
bike enthusiasts coming from all over Europe. [read more]

Stura Valley

Route Anello Madonna del Colletto – Bagni di Vinadio

This route is dedicated to road cycling. It includes two symbolic uphill sections of the valley: the
first one, which leads to Madonna del Colletto, which unfolds along the sunny side of the Gesso
Valley. [read more]

Saluzzo Plain

Museum of Chivalry

The Museum of Chivalry, situated on the third floor of the Castle of the Marquises of Saluzzo “La Castiglia”, is a fundamental waypoint to relive the history of the Marquisate.

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