The Park promotes a soft mobility in the protected area, on this page current projects and the possibility to move in the Park in a sustainable way (and to get there) are presented. Download the flyer “Walking in the clouds”.
With the project “Walking in the clouds" the Park promotes a soft mobility, regulating the private vehicular traffic during summer along the road leading to Nivolet hill (between Orco Valley and Valsavarenche) and promoting walking, cycling and going by shuttle.
Mountain Bike rental in Ceresole
The Park, in collaboration with the Camping Villa di Ceresole Reale, offers tourists the possibility to rent bicycle and accessories for adults and babies with different duration: up to 2 hour, half day, full day, 3 or 5 days, a week. 30 mountain bikes are available, along with 5 "little camels" and 5 children trolleys that allow parents to carry children.
For informations, booking and picking: Camping Villa – Bg. Villa, 11 – Ceresole Reale (TO) Tel. 346/57.92.146 e-mail: email@example.com
The activity is possible thanks to the funding of the Ministry of Environment.
Bikes rental in Locana
In Locana the renting service is managed by the Municipality, at the Tourist office open every day from 15/6/2013 to 31/8. For informations on the opening hours tel. 0124 839034 or numero verde 800666611. 7 bicycles are available, booking in advance, at the same telephone numbers, is necessary.
Electrical Vehicles Network – Gran Paradis
The project called “Rê.V.E. – Grand Paradis”, Electrical Vehicles Network - Grand Paradis/Réseau Véhicules Électriques - Grand Paradis” aims at giving coherence to the containment of vehicular traffic in the valleys of the Val d'Aosta side of Gran Paradiso National Park, encouraging a sustainable approach to mobility and a broader view of the problems related to greenhouse gas emissions limitation. In the framework of this project, realized by Fondation Grand Paradis, a bike sharing service is active.
The Cogne Municipality offers a free shuttle service for trasfer from the municipality to its hamlets and viceversa. For more informations visit the website.