Fermata Alpi Graie is located in Forno Alpi Graie (the last hamlet accessible by road in the Groscavallo municipality) at the end of the Val Grande valley. This historical villa, built in the 1920s and originally home to the artist Giuseppe Sobrile, was elegantly renovated by the manager (and architect) Elena Patrocinio. Notable attention has been paid to accessibility and inclusive tourism in the architectural features and innovative approach to the building.
The location of the village means it is a suitable starting point for itineraries of varying lengths and difficulties in the three valleys which converge here: the River Colombin valley, the Gura valley and the long and well-known Vallone di Sea (very popular with climbers). For those who wish to enjoy spectacular views and the natural wilderness without walking too far, there are numerous options close by, such as the Rivotti balcony path, the Forno Sanctuary or the nature trail along the valley floor.