Starting from Baceno, go along the provincial road and go up to Croveo. Behind the parish church of Croveo take the mule track that leads to the bridge of the Marmitte di Croveo, spectacular forms of erosion with observation point. At the end of the bridge turn right towards Osso and from here continue on the provincial road until just before Goglio where, in correspondence with an arched concrete bridge, the consortium road starts, passable only by the consortium members, which goes up to Esigo, goes up to the Ca't Fausc farmhouse and then reaches Pontigei and Agarù. From here leave the consortium road which goes up to Bondolero Valley, and take the road to Cravegna by entering the so-called Via di Squettar (“Via degli Scoiattoli”, Squirrels Path) a path halfway usually wide but in some places, especially near the valleys, narrower and less practicable by bike. The last stretch of mule track is a beautiful stepped Via Crucis and then, finally you will reach Cravegna. From the village, follow the road that goes downhill up to the hairpin bend after the Selva oratory, where you have to take a mule track that arrives in the upper part of Crino. From here begins a flat dirt track that leads almost to Graglia. Once arrived to cross the paved road, follow it for three bends and descend with a last stretch of steep mule track to the sports field of Baceno and then to the central square of the town hall.
Area: Devero Valley
Itinerary: Baceno - Croveo - Ponte delle Marmitte - Osso - Passo - Ponte sotto Goglio - Esigo - Pontigei - Agarù - Rio Ghendola - Fraccio - Cravegna - Oratory della Selva - Crino - sotto Graglia - Baceno sports field - Baceno town hall square