s-02 Ski mountaineering in Val Chisone, Val Pellice and Val Germanasca


Skiing in the Valli Valdesi is one of the most exciting experience you can live. You can choose between different environments, climbing the picks of the Troncea valley, reaching the savages valleys of Germanasca valley, until Val Pellice, full of routes to all the abilities where, if you want, you can almost touch the so close Monviso with a finger!
Val Chisone, Val Germanasca e Val Pellice, 140 trips for all tastes ; it is possible to pass from the sweet and short slopes to a more challenging excursion, or you can pass through the big steep drop-offs, discovered and valorized by many local skiers, as the unforgettable Walter Rivoira.
in the guide it is possible to find, in addiction to many routes, also the round of the Albergian Mountain, the round of the BricBucie, and a voyage of many days to discover all the Valdesi beauties.
Cartography in scale of 1:25000
Routes classified in Volo scale and Blachère scale
All the Ski mountaineering informations are organized in specific tables.
Printed on both sides, using very light polypropylene sheets, waterproof, tear-resistant and recyclable papers.



Waterproof and tear-resistant
Cartographic legends, general informations and tables are entirely translated in English.
The paper is based on the creation of a complete geographic database, organized on the GIS software with the following levels:
Classified Ski mountaineering routes
Expositive tables (maximum height, m+, exposition, Blachere scale, Volo scale, departures)
Complete road network
Woodland and snowy lands
Lakes, rivers, canals
National, regional, provincial, local borders, national parks
Curves of 50m, 10m, 5m equidistance
Buildings, industries, churches, cemeteries
Military buildings, fortifications
Excursional information (shelters, bivouacs, unwatched refuges, climbing walls, equipped areas, places of interest, routes fitted, dangerous passages, etc..)
Complete toponymy
Railway stations, highway exits
Specific elements such us fountains, piles, crosses, access restrictions etc.
This paper has also a metric grid shown in a frame according the UTM WGS84 projection.

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