The Gran Paradiso National Park, in northwestern Italy, is the oldest National Park in the country. Gran Paradiso, rising to 4061 meters, is the highest mountain located entirely within Italy. Compared to other 4000ers, its ascent is relatively easy, making it a great option for acclimatization or if you don’t have vast mountain climbing experience. You can make it a 2-day trip or go for longer and combine it with the ascent of other peaks in the National Park such as Grivola, Punta Rossa or Tresenta. Explore-Share only promotes mountain trips led by certified guides.
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