Along the trek, or at least near it, you can follow other paths of the Resistance, usually with information panels. We publish below the links for information resources in the Internet.

The Ecomuseum of the Resistance of Colle del Lys, situated on the watershed between the valleys of Lanzo and the valley of Susa, offering landscape of considerable charm, from which one can perceive the vastness of the territory of museums, which has returned to live through the rediscovered paths. Il progetto “I giusti della montagna”, promosso dal Comitato Resistenza Colle del Lys in collaborazione con la Regione Piemonte si è proposto di avviare una riflessione sulla Seconda guerra mondiale, sulla Resistenza e sulla persecuzione antiebraica nelle valli di Lanzo. The "Paths of Memory" are inserted within the international project "Memory of the Alps", offering the possibility to visit places that have been the scenario for the historical events of the war for liberation. At Balme, this project suggests a high altitude trek that, for difficulty, arises between difficult hiking and easy mountaineering, advising in three days in summer. The Ecomuseum of the Resistance of Coazze belongs to 'Network Centre Sangone', part of the international project "Memory of the Alps." A room, shared with the Living Museum of the Upper Sangone, is reserved to host conferences, events, exhibitions and temporary exhibitions. The track "The partisan corvée" has been cleaned up by Alpine Club Uget of Turin. Departure is from the square of Cooperativa Sabbione and continues along the river Stura. This track starts from Usseglio by car driving along the main road of the Val di Viu up to Malciaussia, location of refuge-hotel Vulpot. After leaving the car, the hikers follow the northern shore of Lake Malciaussia, and then the path to the Pian Sulè. In homage to the history of the Resistance this trail links all districts of the several detachments of the 113th Brigade Garibaldi, enclosing the sacred path of the massacre of Vaccherezza of 20/04/1945 where thirteen partisans, on the eve of Liberation day, fell under the fire of overwhelming enemy forces. In the footsteps of the men and women who gave their lives to defend our freedom, we retrace those places with respect and vigilant memory.