Gran Paradiso National Park for families on the Piedmont side
Description of offer
Know and learn from an early age
Arrival at the Gran Paradiso Park on the Piedmont side, meeting with the environmental guide and departure for the excursion to the Vallone del Roc at 1600mt with a difference in height of 200 meters, over a total length of about 5 km to visit the hamlet of Maison with the old school, closed in 1962 where the desks of the time and the material in use were restored, including the furniture of the room where the teacher stayed.
Packed lunch during the visit.
Accommodation in the PNGP Park area hotel and dinner.
After breakfast, meeting with the environmental guide and excursion in the Gran Paradiso National Park with activities focused on ecology and biodiversity: General approach to the understanding of Nature, which starts from the observation of the natural environments that will be visited on excursion (forest, prairie , wetlands) with the research and determination of some species, the observation of their biology and ecology, the understanding of the concept that each organism is related to all the others, including Man. The concept of biodiversity as a value.
Lunch with a basket prepared by the hotel during the visit.
In the afternoon, visit to "Homo et Ibex" at the Ceresole Reale visitor center: The central theme of the new exhibition is the relationship between man and the ibex in history and art up to the present day.
Return to the hotel and dinner.
Meeting with the Park Guide and morning dedicated to orienteering activities: a real sport with training characteristics. Based on movement and on the ability to "read" and interpret a topographical map and nature, this activity offers the tools to recognize the surrounding environment and know how to move to reach a goal.
-Lunch in a typical restaurant
-Afternoon dedicated to the discovery of typical local products, from the table to crafts.
GRAN PARADISO NATIONAL PARK
Day by day
Vallone del Roc
The National Park of the Gran Paradiso
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