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How to get here

Rosazza is situated in Alta Valle Cervo, about 15 km from Biella.

... by car
-From Milan (120 km, about 1 hour and 30 minutes travel) A4 Milan-Turin motorway, exit Carisio. Direction of Biella and then to the Deer Valley (follow indications for Andorno and then Piedicavallo).
-From Turin (100 Km, about 1 hour and 10 minutes travel) A4 Milan-Turin motorway, exit Santhià. Direction of Biella and then to the Deer Valley (follow indications for Andorno and then Piedicavallo).

... by train
-From Milan: Milan-Turin railway line, Novara stop (or Santhià), change to Biella and continue by bus.
-From Turin: Milan-Turin railway line, Santhià stop (or Novara), change to Biella and continue by bus.

... by bus
From Biella (about 50 minutes): long-distance line 16 or 16 /, starting from Biella San Paolo railway station.


Valle Cervo - La Bürsch

The Valle Cervo, originally Sarvo, is a mountainous area of the province of Biella, which extends along the river Cervo from its source to the north-west of Piedicavallo (specifically from the Lago della Vecchia, at the foot of Mount Cresto), to the valley bottom and the provincial capital. The valley that gives life to the Comunità Montana Valle Cervo (la Bürsch), is very narrow and extends between the territories of Aosta valley of Gressoney and Valsesia (north-west); south-east by the adjoining Valley Sessera. In times past was called the Valley of Andorno, named after the most populated town, which is to Andorno Micca. Many of its inhabitants, specializing in masonry work, they often faced the emigration for the construction of important works, for example, in the cities of Fenestrelle and Exilles (near Turin) or Bard, in Val d'Aosta. In particular, the valley is divided into Upper Valley (which is identified in the mountain community of Bursch) and in the Lower Valley, south of Sagliano Micca (birthplace of Pietro Micca). The upper part of the valley - which has the highest value on a purely landscape - covers a mountainous area about 73 Km2, from , The bottleneck of Bogna to arc of the Pennine Alps. The vegetation is characterized by the presence of numerous forests of beech and chestnut. The highest altitude is recorded in the Mount Bo, located at 2556 meters high.