#2 of 8 regional nature parks in Piedmont

Best trails in Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino, Piedmont, Italy

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Looking for a great trail in Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino, Piedmont? AllTrails has 8 great mountain biking trails, bike touring trails, river trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 4 moderate trails in Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino ranging from 9.6 to 55.6 miles and from 406 to 1,541 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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This is the oldest regional park in all of Italy and is located in Piedmont. It surrounds the Ticino River, giving it its name. It is frequently called Parco del Ticino for short, which is an umbrella park name for both this park and Parco Naturale Lombardo della Valle del Ticino, which is directly adjacent. It is mostly made up of forest, giving it an abundance of wildlife, flora, and birds. Because of its location on the river, there is also a plethora of fish. Within the park boundaries lie points of interest, such as castles, bridges, abbeys, and shrines.

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Map of trails in Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino, Piedmont, Italy
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Top trails (8)
#1 - Sesto Calende - San Donato
Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino
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Length: 55.6 mi
#2 - Lago Maggiore via Fiume Ticino
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Length: 29.4 mi
#3 - 1° Eco Trail del Parco del Ticino
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Length: 11.0 mi • Est. 5 h
#4 - Monte Pelada - Monte del Porto
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Length: 9.6 mi • Est. 4 h 52 m
#5 - Castano Primo - Galliate - Cameri - Sologno - Castano Primo
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Length: 32.9 mi
#6 - Somma Lombardo MTB
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Length: 14.2 mi
#7 - Castano Primo - Naviglio - Bosco Vedro (Valle del Ticino)
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Length: 22.2 mi
Fun ride in the woods of the Ticino Valley. It runs along both the Lombard and Piedmontese shores of Ticino. It also runs along the industrial canal, Villoresi and crosses the Naviglio.Show more
#8 - V'Arco Villoresi: Anello Verde Azzurro
Parco Naturale della Valle del Ticino
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Length: 84.1 mi
The first part of this route follows the Naviglio Grande cycle path that goes from Milan to the Ticino river. The Green Blue Ring crosses the natural areas of the Ticino Park, the Groane Park and the South Milan Agricultural Park as well as various towns and rural landscapes. The route runs along the Naviglio Grande, the Villoresi Canal, the Industrial Canal and the diversion canal Vie d'Acqua Expo 2015. Along the Naviglio Grande it is possible to use boats with bike transport to make some stretches without pedaling with special views of the river.Show more