The Antigorio Valley

The Antigorio Valley is one of the Alpine valleys radiating from the Ossola Valley (Province of Verbano Cusio Ossola), in the region of Piedmont, northern Italy.

The River Toce flows across the Antigorio Valley. The valley begins to the south, near Domodossola. It rises to the north, includes the towns of Crevoladossola, Crodo, Baceno and Premia, and it ends in the hamlet of Premia Chioso. As the valley continues to the north it is called Val Formazza. From the town of Baceno it opens to the north-west of the Valley Devero, from which Alpe Devero is reachable.

The Refuge Monte Zeus is the second structure to open up to the eyes of those who are preparing for the town of Crego and are placed in a dominant position. It is oriented to the southwest on gentle slopes open to the Monte Cistella, the walls of the stone Premia (exploited as a climbing gym), Val Devero and the valley floor carved by the Orridi di Uriezzo.

The Refuge Monte Zeus, is the ideal place for family vacations, groups of friends and sports teams.
On the two upper floors of the shelter are distributed rooms for a total of 25 beds , the attic floor offers 12 beds in a single room.
Agreement with the thermal baths of Premia and 20 minutes from many ski resorts is a perfect place to try out many activities such as climbing, hiking and snowshoeing accompanied by our mountain guide.
All enriched by a typical cuisine and rich in local products.

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