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Hikers on Mount Caio
Hikers on Mount Caio

Hiking/Trekking

The Regional Park, with its wide territory, offers many and interesting opportunities for expert and demanding hikers.
Even winter, with its long months characterized by the snow, is an excellent season to practice trekking with the snowshoes or ski mountaineering. If you want to carry out more demanding excursion safely, the Park organizes many guided excursions btw in winter and summer.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryItinerary of landscapes, men and nature (710)Itinerary of landscapes, men and nature (710)On foot On foot
for hikers - medium
about 4/5 hours
Great interest: Panorama 
Alta Val BraticaAlta Val BraticaOn foot On foot
for hikers
variable depending on the chosen itinerary (about ...
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Moragnano - Rusino (Mount Fuso)Moragnano - Rusino (Mount Fuso)On foot On foot
for hikers
variable depending on the chosen itinerary. From 1...
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Ridge Montagnana - P.sso del Silara (743)Ridge Montagnana - P.sso del Silara (743)On foot On foot
for hikers - medium
about 5 hours (outward only)
Great interest: Panorama 
Ridge Mount Navert - Mount Caio (737)Ridge Mount Navert - Mount Caio (737)On foot On foot
for hikers
from Passo della Colla (outward only) about 6 hour...
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Roccaferrara and Monte Polo (743-741)Roccaferrara and Monte Polo (743-741)On foot On foot
for hikers - medium
about 4 hours and 15 minutes
Great interest: Panorama 
The territory of Schia and Mount CaioThe territory of Schia and Mount CaioOn foot On foot
for hikers
variable depending on the chosen itineraries. From...
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Upper Val Cedra's lakesUpper Val Cedra's lakesOn foot On foot
for hikers
variable depending on the chosen itineraries
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 

Warm in the wood
Warm in the wood

Easy walks

The Park, even though it is located in a mountain environment, offers the visitors the opportunity to discover the territory through simple and short walks on roads with a low difference in height, but interesting and charming at the same time. The Apennine is a mild mountain letting itself be discovered slowly, ideal for those who are not keen on demanding hikes but wish to spend sometimes in the open air.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryRigoso and Aneta Paths - Long Ring route (Green)Rigoso and Aneta Paths - Long Ring route (Green)On foot On foot
tourist-hiking
around 2 hours
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Religion 
Map with georeferenced itineraryRigoso and Aneta Paths - Path towards Aneta (Green itinerary)Rigoso and Aneta Paths - Path towards Aneta (Green itinerary)On foot On foot
tourist, very easy
1 h 15 m
Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itineraryRigoso and Aneta Paths - Short Ring RouteRigoso and Aneta Paths - Short Ring RouteOn foot On foot
tourist, very easy
30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
Agriculture Itinerary (Val Bratica)Agriculture Itinerary (Val Bratica)On foot On foot
2 h
Culture Itinerary (Val Bratica)Culture Itinerary (Val Bratica)
Proposals by Attilio Bertolucci
On foot On foot
touristic. medium/low difficulty
1 h 30 m
Prato Spilla - Ballano LakePrato Spilla - Ballano LakeOn foot On foot
 
Roccaferrara: stone and nature (Val Parma)Roccaferrara: stone and nature (Val Parma)On foot On foot
touristic. medium/low difficulty
1 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
ScopriTizzano: nature. history, landscape (Val Parma)ScopriTizzano: nature. history, landscape (Val Parma)On foot On foot
touristic, very low
about 45 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Sesta Inferiore and Walter Madoi's art (Val Parma)Sesta Inferiore and Walter Madoi's art (Val Parma)On foot On foot
 

MTB
MTB

Alta Val Parma by MTB

The network of paths, trails, forest tracks and mule tracks of the Park is ideal for mountain biking, even through a network of specially marked and marked trails.

Alta Val Parma by MTB is a system of 8 paths, with different levels of difficulty, which allows you to discover the Alta Val Parma (in the Municipality of Corniglio PR) by Mountain Bike. It is aimed at various types of bikers: from beginners, to families with teenagers, to those who prefer to rent an E-MTB, to trained bikers who want long mileage, challenging climbs, as well as some nice downhill rides in singletrack.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no 1. Il Cogno e il ProloPath no 1. Il Cogno e il Prolo
Path: Bosco-Tragiara-Ponte del Cogno-Ponte del Prolo-Ponte del Cogno-Bacino di Bosco-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
TC/TC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 2. Passo del CironePath no. 2. Passo del Cirone
Path: Bosco-Costa-Passo del Cirone-Cirone-Costa-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
MC+/MC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 3. Lagdei e la VezzosaPath no. 3. Lagdei e la Vezzosa
Path: Bosco-Tragiara-Roncobuono - Lagdei-Vezzosa-Ponte del Cogno-Tragiara-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
MC/MC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 4. Sesta-Madoi e i LagoniPath no. 4. Sesta-Madoi e i Lagoni
Path: Bosco-Castello-Centrale elettrica-Sesta inferiore-Lagoni-Gli Stagnoni-Il Prolo-Ponte del Cogno-Bacino di Bosco-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
MC/MC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 5. Mossale - Navert - LagoniPath no. 5. Mossale - Navert - Lagoni
Path: Bosco-Centrale elettrica-Mossale-Passo della Sisa-Monte Navert-Passo della Colla-Lagoni-721-Il Cogno-Bacino di Bosco-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
BC/BC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 6. Alta Via dei Parchi MTB CorniglioPath no. 6. Alta Via dei Parchi MTB Corniglio
Path: Bosco-Costa-Passo del Cirone-Prati del Tavola-Roncobuono-Ponte Rotto-Lago Santo Parmense-I Cancelli-I Lagoni-Passo della Colla-Gli Stagnoni-Il Cogno-Bacino di Bosco-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
BC/BC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 7. Tavola and NavertPath no. 7. Tavola and Navert
Path: Bosco-Tragiara-Prati del Tavola-Roncobuono-Lagdei-Cancelli-Lagoni-Passo della Colla-Monte Navert-Passo della Sisa-Mossale-Centrale elettrica di Bosco-Bosco
Departure: Campo sportivo di Bosco di Corniglio
By bike By bike
BC/BC
 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPath no. 8. Alta Val ParmaPath no. 8. Alta Val Parma
Path: Piscina di Corniglio-Corniglio-Ponte Romano-Graiana Villa-Roccaferrara-Passo Silara-Groppo Albero-Passo Cirone-Prati del Tavola-Roncobuono-Lagdei-Cancelli-Lagoni-Passo Colla-Navert-Monte Quadro-Grammatica-Sivizzo-Piscina di Corniglio
Departure: Piscina di Corniglio
By bike By bike
BC/BC
 



The Alta Via dei Parchi

A long hike in the northern Apennines

The Alta Via dei Parchi is a 27 stages long itinerary to be walked along the Apennines between Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and the Marches.

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlta Via dei Parchi
2 - Lago 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
2 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
8 h 30 m

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