- To reach the Piedmont side of the Park: From Turin, take the Orco Valley Road (460), turn right at Pont Canavese towards the Soana Valley or continue until Ceresole Reale; - from Ivrea (link with the Milan highway) follow Castellamonte Road (565) and take Road 460 in Rivarolo Canavese. WARNING: due to narrow passages and winding curves along the Orco Valley, private coaches can be a maximum of 12 metres long (with expert drivers) and must be equipped with a working lifting device.
- The road SP50 for the Nivolet Pass is closed to traffic during the winter period.
Information about the reopening are available on the website of the Città
Metropolitana di Torino
- To reach the Valle d’Aosta side: take highway A5, exit at the Aosta-ovest toll and follow the signs for the Cogne, Savarenche and Rhêmes valleys.
- The Piedmont side of the park can be reached from Turin, Ivrea and Pont Canavese train stations (for times and routes visit: www.trenitalia.com), or with the railway line until Rivarolo and Pont train stations; from here you arrive to the two valleys with public buses (for times and routes: Rivarolo-Pont-Locana-Noasca (valle Orco) and Torino-Pont Canavese-Valprato Soana (val Soana))
- The Valle d’Aosta side of the Park can be reached from the Aosta railway station by means of public transport. (linee SAVDA tel. 0165-361244)
The Piedmont side of the park can be reached from Turin, Ivrea and Pont Canavese
train stations (for times and routes visit: https://www.trenitalia.com), or with the city railway line
Smf1 until Rivarolo and Pont train stations; from here the arrival to the valleys is served with public buses (times Rivarolo-Pont-Locana-Noasca (valle Orco) and Torino-Pont Canavese-Valprato Soana (val Soana))
- The valleys of Valsavarenche and Rhemes are served by SAVDA lines tel. 0165-361244, the valley of Cogne is instead served by linee Svap tel. 0165 41125.
- From Turin to Aosta a bus service (Savda) is also available, for more informations and times visit the website.
Remember you're visiting a protected area, check the Park Regulation, dogs are not allowed to walk freely in the Park, as they could come up with the wildlife that, even if not directly attacked by the animal, can undergo a lot of stress. Dogs access is permitted on a leash, along the bottom of the valley. For more informations visit the webpage dedicated to the dogs entry in the Park.