The ring-route developing within the Park area is of great interest: leaving from Alpe del Lauson you will reach, by taking the military road, the lakes of Conca Cialancia; here descend to Alpe Cialancia along a trail - possibility of overnight stay in the chalet owned by Provincia di Torino - and return to Alpe Lauson. As an alternative, you can take a mule track (trail marker EPT 202) diagonally climbing from Alpe Cialancia to lower Alpe della Balma; from here, if you turn right and take the mule track climbing a ridge of Rocca Bianca you can get to Colle della Balma (2,310 meters above sea level), a gentle and grassy depression situated near an old military shelter at the end of Costa Corsa del Cavallo. From Colle della Balma you can also descend towards Prali or, by taking a well-kept trail also suitable for mountain bikes, get to Envie lake and the basin of Thirteen Lakes.
The so-called "Giro dei marmi" offers the visitor the opportunity to discover the abandoned talc and marble mining sites. The route leaves from Borgata Corsetto and gives the opportunity to visit the old sites and infrastructures used to transport the extracted material. The itinerary, which follows both stretches of sledge tracks and stretches of the so-called "via lizza", gone along in the past by Cabitto's quarrymen who transported the marble blocks to the valley, gives the opportunity to climb to the summit of Rocca Bianca across a very charming and sometimes almost surreal environment. Moreover, an Interreg project managed by Comunità Montana Valli Chisone e Germanasca called "Scopriminiera" offers an outdoor exhibit and the possibility to visit an abandoned talc mine: the first stretch of the itinerary will be carried out by small train and the second stretch on foot along a ring-route developing in the galleries.
From the end of the carriage road near Conca Cialancia lakes, you can take a mule track reaching Passo della Cialancia (2,685 meters); from here you can descend to the basin of the Thirteen Lakes and go ahead to Envie lake. From the lake, you can continue your tour towards the east, in the direction of Torrioni Cialancia.
From Passo della Cialancia, going along the southern ridge, you can climb to Punta Founset (2,798 meters), a beautiful rocky pyramid overhanging Conca Cialancia.
Another interesting climb leaving from the carriage road is the one to Gran Truc (2,366 meters): immediately before Lauson lake you climb eastwards by going along the trail and reaching the large north-western ridge. Along it, you will get to the summit cross.
A beautiful panoramic climb can be carried out towards Mt. Gardetta (1,976 meters): leaving the carriage road going to Conca Cialancia and going along the open ridge of ilex trees alternating to pastures dividing Vallone di Riclaretto from Vallone di Faetto, you get to the top.