The northernmost section of the E1 in Italy begins in Porto Ceresio on Lake Lugano opposite Switzerland. The "Parco Regionale del Campo dei Fiori" is traversed in initially still mountainous terrain before the E1 reaches Lago di Varese and leaves the Alps behind. From Sesto Calende, the E1 follows the Ticino River through the Po Valley west of Milan.
Shortly before Pavia, the E1 leaves the Ticino in a south-westerly direction and leads to the Po and Piedmont.
Last text update: 16.02.2020
Stage Distance Walking time Total climb Total descent 01.01 Porto Ceresio - Brinzio 20.3km - 1256m 1023m 01.02 Brinzio - Gavirate 19.5km - 1035m 1282m 01.03 Gavirate - Sesto Calende 22.6km - 607m 644m 1.04 Sesto Calende - Turbigo 29.8km - 496m 591m 01.05 Turbigo - Casterno 25.7km - 460m 488m 01.06 Casterno - Besate 23.7km - 305m 324m 01.07 Besate - Gropello Cairoli 25.6km - 324m 331m 01.08 Gropello Cairoli - Sannazzaro De' Burgondi 12.2km - 127m 126m
Meteorological station Novara/Cameri, Italy
Monthly means of the daily highs and lows in degrees Celsius
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec ∅ Max. 5.1 8.0 12.9 17.0 21.4 25.5 28.4 27.5 24.0 17.8 10.7 6.1 ∅ Min. -3.2 -1.5 1.5 5.0 9.5 12.9 15.4 15.1 11.8 6.6 1.5 -2.2
Mean total precipitation in mm
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec ∅ mm 59.0 73.3 95.0 104.0 127.0 82.0 55.0 85.0 72.0 110.0 83.0 50.0Source: DWD Climate Data Center - Climatological monthly means covering period 1961-1990 (Monthly Normals) for stations worldwide
enrosadira.it - Lombardy North
Information about the E1 in northern Lombardy.
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Information about the E1 in Lombardy.
Parco Regionale Campo dei Fiori
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