Nature

Hiking in Vigezzo Valley

  • Duration:
    8 hours
  • When:
    Tutto l'anno
  • Suitable for: All

For those who love slow tourism, eco-sustainability and nature
our railway is the right answer for living unique outdoor experiences.

Starting from Domodossola and descending along the route, you can live wonderful days in the open air discovering the beauties of the region.

Be inspired by our excursions tips:

  •     Trontano and the mills of Rio Graglia
  •     Sentiero delle Bore from Santa Maria Maggiore
  •     Excursion from Druogno to Coimo
  •     Excursion from Orcesco to Re
  •     From Druogno to S. Maria Maggiore via Buttogno and Crana
Trontano

Trontano

Trontano

Trontano

Trontano is located in the vineyards at the entry point to the Vigezzo Valley. The small village looks out onto the plains of Domodossola

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Santa Maria Maggiore

Santa Maria Maggiore

Santa Maria Maggiore

Santa Maria Maggiore

It is a charming place with an enchanting village centre, a piazza and roads with colourful house facades

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Druogno

Druogno

Druogno

Druogno

The extensive municipality has inhabited hamlets, mills, small chapels and paintings.

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Coimo

Coimo

Coimo

Coimo

The village of Coimo, with its typical local architecture of stone houses, is clearly visible from the train

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Gagnone - Orcesco

Gagnone - Orcesco

Gagnone - Orcesco

Gagnone - Orcesco

The small villages contain examples of major artworks. In Gagnone is the San Giulio chapel, which is now used for secular purposes and houses the postcard museum.

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Re

Re

Re

Re

The village of Re is well-known for the famous pilgrimage church of Madonna del Sangue

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Buttogno

Buttogno

Buttogno

Buttogno

Buttogno is surrounded by forests and has two sides: on the one hand, rural farmsteads, going uphill, and on the other side, elegant residences with large gardens, descending into the valley

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