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Bocchetta di Margosio, Panoramica Zegna Italy

This spot is a bit like a pass between two mountains, along the road "Panoramica Zegna". Here you got a nice view in north direction. Reaching the boarder of the open gravel space on the side of the tarmac road you'll see the Upper Sessera Valley standing at your foot. On the backgroud you will see the massif of "Monte Rosa" (the second highest mountain in the alps, with the highest shelter "Capanna Regina Margherita" on it).
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There is a lot of parking space, except in winter time when snow cover all the gravel open space. You can reach it from biella or from trivero.
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Sunset

06:34 20:26
02:50
45°40'4.0095" N 8°7'37.5649" E

Bookmarks (3)

  • WaSz Fotograf
  • Tim Liss
  • Manuel Becker
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Thank you Carlo Marchisio for creating this photo spot.
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