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The Monte Fenera Nature Park (Borgosesia)
Already populated in pre-historic times, Monte Fenera has turned out to be a source of ethnological discoveries from the various eras.
The Sacro Monte di Crea Nature Park (Ponzano Monferrato)
One of the highest points in the Basso Monferrato hills, the area of Sacro Monte di Crea, has ecological niches where several species of Mediterranean plant life – such as wild saffron - managed to survive the ice ages.
The Upper Val Pesio and Tanaro Natural Park (Chiusa Pesio)
The park is formed by the two valleys – the Pesio and the Alto Tanaro – each of which begins on opposite sides of the highest summit in the Ligurian Alps, Mount Marguareis (2,651 meters).
The Orsiera-Rocciavré Nature Park (Bussoleno)
The park straddles three valleys: Susa in the north, Sangone in the east, and Chisone in the south. The first two valleys are known for their significant temperature range and moisture variation between summer and winter.
The Collina Torinese Nature Park (Castagneto Po)
The Collina Torinese Nature Park consists of the Bosco di Vaj Special Nature Reserve and the Collina di Superga Nature Park.
The Valle del Ticino Nature Park (Cameri)
The protected area follows the right bank of the Ticino River, from Lake Maggiore through the entire Piedmont region.
Provincial Nature Park of the Col del Lys (Rubiana)
The protected area of the Col di Lys (Lys Hill) straddles the towns of Rubiana and Viù, and it was established to protect an area that also represents a “memento” of the war of liberation, since 2104 partisans died in the fights that took place in these valleys.
Provincial Nature Park of Monte San Giorgio (Piossasco)
Monte San Giorgio (St George Mountain) offers wonderful views both of the Western Alps and of the underlying agricultural plain, since it is the farthest offshoot of the Alpine chain and overlooks the plain of Torino.
Provincial Nature Park of the Monte Tre Denti – Freidour (Cumiana)
The outline of the Tre Denti ridge stands out in this provincial Park, it can in fact be seen even from a long distance. The Park includes part of the head of the basin of the river Chisola and of the river Sangone.
Conca Cialancia Nature Park (Perrero)
The Conca Cialancia is entirely within the borders of the Community of Perrero and has the Rio Balma and its tributary, Rio Cialancia, running through it.