The trails are also marked according to the following four themes:
- human activity
There are many green areas where you can stop to enjoy the scenery or even have a picnic.
The main structure of the park was laid down centuries ago during the last glaciation, when Lake Maggiore was a glacier.
Nowadays the terrain consists of woodland, pasture and wetlands. In the park there are nineteen numbered trails which you
can enjoy on foot, on horseback or by bike.
Approximatley three quarters of the park is covered in woodland, mainly oak, chestnut and birch, home to many small
There are two sets of ancient tombs, one a Bronze Age burial dating from the 5th and 6th centuries B.C. and the other
from the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D. during the Roman period.
The wetlands were formed when the glacial ice melted approximately 10,000 years ago. They contain various species of rare
aquatic plants as well as amphibians and aquatic fauna.
Human Activity -
The main human activity in the park is the training of race horses. There are various other small enterprises related to