Martigny to Biella

GuidemetoRoma

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Wondered if anyone has ever walked this route? Desperate to get a little of the VF done in September (responsibly of course considering CV-19 advice). I’ve only a week to play with and Biella is my only choice if I want to get the train back to Paris in time for my Eurostar booking home. Is it possible to do this route in 4 days?
 

Piero Frustascarpe

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Hi!
From Martigny you can go by train to Oulx. From there these are the legs of Via Francigena that you can do:
Oulx-Susa
Susa-Sant'Ambrogio
Sant'Ambrogio-Avigliana-Rivoli-Torino
Torino-Gassino-Chivasso
Chivasso-Lamporo
Lamporo-Vercelli (and so on to Rome :))

From Santhià to Biella there is the beautiful Cammino di Oropa in four days, officially launched last year (https://www.camminodioropa.it)
Santhià-Roppolo
Roppolo-Torrazzo
Torrazzo-Santuario di Graglia
Santuario di Graglia - Oropa - Biella

If you just have four days to walk I suggest you to go to Santhiià by train from Torino and then do the Cammino di Oropa.
I'm at your disposal for any information you may need...
 
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