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27 Itineraries. Results from no. 1 to no. 27 Sorting: Georef. > Itinerary

   

Georef. Lap n. Itinerary Travelling method   Interest
 
Map with georeferenced itinerary1 - Berceto - Lago Santo Parmense1 1 - Berceto - Lago Santo Parmense
The first leg of the Alta Via is long and demanding, but offers a wide variety of environments, ranging from the agricultural landscape of the mid Apennines to the rugged peaks of the ridge.
Departure: Berceto
(PN Appennino Tosco-Emiliano)
On foot On foot
9 h
Map with georeferenced itineraryLago Santo Parmense - Pratospilla2 Lago Santo Parmense - Pratospilla
The long stage runs along the entire “Ridge of the Lakes”, a charming succession of glacial depressions, rocky ridges, polished slabs and grasslands.
Departure: Lago Santo Parmense
(PR Cento Laghi)
On foot On foot
8 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary3 - Prato Spilla - Cerreto Pass3 3 - Prato Spilla - Cerreto Pass
A long hike connects the two lowest passes of the Emilian Apennines, both at 1200 metres above sea level and separated by the big mountainous block of Alpe di Succiso-M. Alto-Punta Buffanaro.
Departure: Pratospilla
(PN Appennino Tosco-Emiliano)
On foot On foot
7 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary4 - Passo del Cerreto - Passo Pradarena4 4 - Passo del Cerreto - Passo Pradarena
Even though the path goes uphill for nearly one kilometre, the stage is restful compared to the previous ones.
Departure: Passo del Cerreto
(PN Appennino Tosco-Emiliano)
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary5 - Passo Pradarena - Lama Lite5 5 - Passo Pradarena - Lama Lite
This is the highest stage of the entire journey, always above 1600 metres of altitude and at one point coming close to 2000 metres above sea level.
Departure: Passo Pradarena
(PN Appennino Tosco-Emiliano)
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary6 - Lama Lite - San Pellegrino in Alpe6 6 - Lama Lite - San Pellegrino in Alpe
This is a short hiking day with low gradients, accompanied by unforgettable views of the Apuan Alps.
Departure: Lama Lite
(PN Appennino Tosco-Emiliano)
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerarySan Pellegrino in Alpe - Lago Santo modenese7 San Pellegrino in Alpe - Lago Santo modenese
This is a beautiful stage moving towards the highest mountains in the Modena area and the renowned tour- ist destination Lago Santo.
Departure: San Pellegrino in Alpe
(PR Frignano)
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itineraryLago Santo modenese - Abetone8 Lago Santo modenese - Abetone
Though this is a fascinating stage in terms of environment and landscape, it is a little spoiled by the ski facilities of Val di Luce. In the valley of Sestaione one goes through the most beautiful forest along the Alta Via up to this point.
Departure: Lago Santo modenese
(PR Frignano)
On foot On foot
7 h
Map with georeferenced itineraryAbetone - Lago Scaffaiolo9 Abetone - Lago Scaffaiolo
This stage is a classic and scenic hike that connects two of the most famous places of the northern Apennines.
Departure: Abetone (La Consuma)
(PR Frignano)
On foot On foot
7 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary10 - Lago Scaffaiolo - Rif. Monte Cavallo10 10 - Lago Scaffaiolo - Rif. Monte Cavallo
The last stage in the Emilian high ridge landscape, this one starts the descent towards the valley of the Reno river and the Bologna area midmountains.
Departure: Lago Scaffaiolo
(PR Corno alle Scale)
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary11 - Rif. Monte Cavallo - Poranceto11 11 - Rif. Monte Cavallo - Poranceto
When hiking this longest of the Alta Via stages there is a considerable drop in altitude: it may be better to spend the night in Badi or on the shores of Lake Suviana.
Departure: Rif. Monte Cavallo
(PR Laghi Suviana Brasimone)
On foot On foot
10 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itinerary12 - Poranceto - Boccadirio12 12 - Poranceto - Boccadirio
This is a day of walking almost entirely in the woods, with some stretches on minor roads.
Departure: Poranceto
(PR Laghi Suviana Brasimone)
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itinerary13 - Boccadirio - Alpe di Monghidoro13 13 - Boccadirio - Alpe di Monghidoro
This undemanding stage runs largely in the open landscape of the mid Apennines.
Departure: Boccadirio
(PR Laghi Suviana Brasimone)
On foot On foot
5 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Religion 
Map with georeferenced itinerary14 - Alpe di Monghidoro - Le Selve14 14 - Alpe di Monghidoro - Le Selve
This long stage leads to the hills of Romagna, crossing remarkably different environments.
Departure: Alpe di Monghidoro
(PR Vena Gesso Romagnola)
On foot On foot
8 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary15 - Le Selve - Tossignano15 15 - Le Selve - Tossignano
Easy stage on the hills, hiking along minor roads: the long stretch across the ridge is very scenic.
Departure: Le Selve
(PR Vena Gesso Romagnola)
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary16 - Tossignano - Carnè16 16 - Tossignano - Carnè
It is perhaps the most unique stage of the entire Alta Via, almost entirely hiking along the crest of the Vena del Gesso.
Departure: Tossignano
(PR Vena Gesso Romagnola)
On foot On foot
8 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary17 - Carnè - Marradi17 17 - Carnè - Marradi
A long hilly stage, this one mainly keeps on the ridge between the valleys of the Senio and Lamone.
Departure: Carnè
(PR Vena Gesso Romagnola)
On foot On foot
8 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary18  - Marradi - Lago di Ponte18 18 - Marradi - Lago di Ponte
This easy stage moves towards the Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi.
Departure: Marradi
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
6 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary19 - Lago di Ponte - San Benedetto in Alpe19 19 - Lago di Ponte - San Benedetto in Alpe
This very short and restful hike leads to San Benedetto, where there is a Benedectine abbey of the same-name.
Departure: Lago di Ponte
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
3 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary20 - San Benedetto in Alpe - Castagno d'Andrea20 20 - San Benedetto in Alpe - Castagno d'Andrea
The first part of the stage is the very popular stroll leading to the Acquacheta.
Departure: San Benedetto in Alpe
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
7 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary21 - Castagno d'Andrea - Campigna21 21 - Castagno d'Andrea - Campigna
This walk goes over the highest mountains of the Tuscan-Romagnolo Apennines, through expanses of woods that anticipate the forest wealth of the next stages.
Departure: Castagno d'Andrea
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
6 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary22 - Campigna - Camaldoli22 22 - Campigna - Camaldoli
This beautiful and classic walk runs along the ridge above the Sassofratino Reserve, guardian of the most beautiful forests of the park.
Departure: Campigna
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary23 - Camaldoli - Badia Prataglia23 23 - Camaldoli - Badia Prataglia
The hike is entirely in the woods, with rare panoramic openings.
Departure: Camaldoli
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itinerary24 - Badia Prataglia - La Verna24 24 - Badia Prataglia - La Verna
This is a long stage that leaves the ridge heading south in the direction of Mount Penna, clearly visible from the beginning of the hike.
Departure: Badia Prataglia (Il Carbonile)
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
8 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary25 - La Verna - Rifugio Biancaneve al Fumaiolo25 25 - La Verna - Rifugio Biancaneve al Fumaiolo
This is a long but quite fascinating stage, both in terms of forests and of landscape, due to the appearance of more open environments.
Departure: La Verna
(PN Foreste Casentinesi)
On foot On foot
8 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary26 - Rifugio Biancaneve al Fumaiolo - Bascio26 26 - Rifugio Biancaneve al Fumaiolo - Bascio
This is a long stage where problems in finding the path are likely.
Departure: Rifugio Biancaneve al Fumaiolo
(PR Sasso Simone Simoncello)
On foot On foot
8 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itinerary27 - Bascio - Eremo Madonna del Faggio27 27 - Bascio - Eremo Madonna del Faggio
This is a powerfully fascinating environment, from the sea of clay outcrops to the ancient forest of oaks and stretches of open meadows. The Sassi Simone e Simoncello and Mount Carpegna dominate the view.
Departure: Bascio
(PR Sasso Simone Simoncello)
On foot On foot
6.30 hours; 7.30 hours by way of Carpegna; conside...
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