Following the valley bottom trails which run along the various watercourses, you can walk along long stretches without discerning no other sing of human presence than the trail itself. You will be surrounded by several natural features you would not even imagine to find so near Turin, and if you approach the territory for the first time, you will be pleasantly surprised. If you are looking for isolation from noise and "civilization", you will love the several opportunities for walks and tours the Park can offer you. In this page you will find a list of some of the most important itineraries you can find in the area, completed by detailed maps: if you want further information, you can find it in the Park guidebook "La montagna di Cumiana - Il Parco dei Tre Denti e del Freidour" Comune di Cumiana - Provincia di Torino - Comunità Montana Pinerolese Pedomontano. ALZANI Editore - Pinerolo 1999.
|Bastianoni - Tre Rì||On foot|
|Casa del Parco - Moncalarda - Morelli Tour||On foot|
|Casa del Parco - Ponte della Magnina - valley bottom trail along the Stream Chisola - Alpe del Capitano - return to Casa del Parco across Vallone del Chisoletta||On foot|
|Ravera - Fodarì - Prà l'Abbà - Colle Sperina - Monte Freidour - Colle Aragno - Tre Denti - Ravera o Bastianoni||On foot|
|Road Picchi - Ravera - Bric Giaione - Fontana del Prete - Colle della Bessa - Tre Denti||On foot|
|Tre Denti Tour along Trails C.A.I. 402, 407, 405||On foot|
|Uphill Path Picchi - Bric Giaione||On foot|
The trail offers a great contact with nature, it leaves from Cumiana and ends in San Pietro Val Lemina (total length: about 28 kilometers). It enhances the works of man you can find along the trail, like pillars, Madonna statues, mountain huts, and trails. From Cumiana, taking the road Picchi-Ravera, you can reach location Bastianoni where the traverse to Colle Prà l'Abbà leaves. From here you can reach Mt. Freidour and then climb to Mt. Tre Denti, enjoying the view over the plain and the alpine chain. You can continue then along a downhill dirt road crossing pinewoods and broadleaf tree woods along the watershed between Lemina and Chisone Valleys, getting to the panoramic Colle di Prà Martino and from here to San Pietro Val Lemina.