The Vialattea includes Sestriere, Sauze d’Oulx, Oulx, Sansicario, Cesana, Pragelato and the French village of Montgenevre. The area offers a total of 400 km of slopes, modern ski lifts and an altitude of up to 2800 m. A dream for all snow lovers.
The territory of the Val Troncea Natural Park is located in the municipality of Pragelato and extends over an area of 3280 hectares, occupying the head of the Chisone torrent basin, whose sources come from the Barifreddo and Appenna mountains; it is bordered for most of its perimeter by three thousand metre peaks. The Val Troncea Park is home to one of the highest mining sites in Europe, the Beth Mines, which can be reached on foot from the hamlet of Troncea in 2h30′. Chalcopyrite was mined from 1860 to 1908. Il Parco della Val Troncea ospita uno dei cantieri estrattivi più alti d’Europa, Le Miniere del Beth, raggiungibili a piedi partendo dalla borgata Troncea in 2h30’. Le estrazioni di calcopirite furono fatte dal 1860 fino al 1908
An embrace with nature, from the trees and pastures of Val Chisone to the Trocea Valley. A place of peace where you can experience nature while gliding on fresh snow with your ski.
The best way to immerse yourself in nature while practising a healthy activity is to enjoy a wonderful day at the Val Troncea Golf Club.
Pragelato offers several destinations that can be explored with snowshoes, for all levels and durations, one of which is the Grand Puy, which we recommend for its fantastic naturalistic proposal. You can walk through its snowy landscapes with an expert nature guide.
The Fenestrelle Fortress is a complex of fortifications: San Carlo, Tre Denti and Delle Valli, connected by a tunnel containing Europe’s longest indoor staircase, with over 4,000 steps. Guided tours of the interior are available in different durations, from the “Short Visit” of 1 hour to the “Royal Walk” which lasts up to 7 hours.
This famous park covers three different valleys: the Chisone, Susa and Sangone valleys, in the northern Cottian Alps. The park’s flora is particularly interesting because the protected area covers a wide range of altitudes, which gives rise to a great variety of fauna and vegetation.
In the characteristic rooms of the centuries-old house you will find a series of objects used in daily life, at home and at work, presented in different rooms: the stable, the kitchen, the bedroom, the hayloft, the cellar and the characteristic “croutin”. In the museum you can also find clothing for home, work and festivities, as well as the entire collection of rich old costumes.