We have been entrusted with the stunning mountain environment of Sauze d’Oulx and the beautiful, and sometimes rare, flora and fauna. We take our environmental responsibilities seriously and trust that while you’re enjoying your time with us you will as well.
Take only memories and photographs and leave only footprints or ski tracks.
Never discard rubbish except in the recycling or rubbish bins. Rubbish left on the mountains affects the extensive wildlife in the area, pollutes water courses and can increase the chances of wildfires.
Never disturb or interfere with the wild animals.
Do not pick wild flowers or plants.
We have an extensive recycling programme that helps to keep the mountains pristine.
Please use the coloured recycling bins whenever you can:
Yellow Bins are for plastic
Blue bins are for glass
Green bins are for general waste
Brown and orange bins are for organic waste
White bins are for card and paper
Gran Bosco National Park
The Gran Bosco National Park has special regulations to safeguard the forest, its inhabitants and the delicate balances existing between them.
These rules are:
Never leave rubbish
No fires are allowed except in specially designated areas where it’s possible to use barbecues and camping stoves
Do NOT pick wild flowers or wild fruits
Don NOT disturb amphibians, mollusks, or insects
Dogs must be kept on leash and cannot be taken outside the recreational areas and the areas established by the Park Authority (however, if you love walking with your dog, you can go alng the road leading from Monfol to Grange Seu)
From 15th May to 30th November “photographic hunting” is not allowed, in order not to disturb the animals in the delicate period of their reproduction and birth.
It is forbidden to leave the marked trails.
Access by bike is free exclusively along the inner carriage roads and the trails specified by the Park Authority.
Organized groups on horseback or by bike must have the authorization of the Park Director
During the winter, the use of skis along the trails is admitted, while off-track routes are forbidden.
Organized groups and school groups can enter the Park in limited numbers and only by previous authorization issued by the Director or led by the qualified staff of the Park Authority.
Camping is forbidden in all the Park territory, including in the recreational areas, but it is possible to spend the night in Daniele Arlaud Mountain Hut, managed by the Park Authority and situated in the heart of the protected area, at Montagne Seu.