Sentiero Dino Icardi is a 18.0 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Acceglio, Piedmont, Italy that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching.

18 km
1,305 m


nature trips

bird watching




wild flowers



The Chambeyron mountain range is one of the major attractions of the Southern Cozie Alps. This loop runs east to the highest peak in the Màira Valley, the Brec de Chambeyron and is so named "Dino Icardi" after a famous mountaineer of the valley. The trail winds through mountains that often exceed 3000m in altitude. The path is marked with yellow-blue rectangular signs and follows old paths that connect the Vallonasso of Stroppia and the Infernetto, two valleys in the area that are still intact and preserved well. Be familiar with safe hiking principles in this alpine environment: good knowledge of the mountain, adequate equipment, and appropriate training for the hike. The best season to hike this loop is roughly between July and September. The tour, which is largely feasible in one day, can also be extended beyond a day by using two refuges located along its route. The path starts from the Stroppia Plain at an altitude of 1686m (about 1.5 km upstream from Chiappera), along the waterway coming from the Stroppia waterfall. This waterfall reaches its peak in the late spring months. There is a water crossing on the Soubeyran Bridge and just beyond the bridge, a sign indicates the origin of the path.

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