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Itineraries

Note: the classification according to the features of each trail (T,E,E+) respects the national CAI classification adapted to the reality of the Apennines.

  • T : hikes lasting no more than 3-4 hours walk and differences in height within the 500m, well-marked trails, usually on carriage roads or narrow roads
  • T+ : with the same walking time and difference in height, but also a few obstacles more, fords, narrow trails or steep stretches
  • E : hikes lasting between the 4 and 6 hours walk with differences in height between the 500 and the 900m on the marked trails with steep slopes or easy fords
  • E+ : hikes that for length, difference in height or greater difficulties (steep stretches or not very visible tracks, fords, a few equipped walls, etc.), but always along marked trails, are recommended to more trained hikers.

- The most difficult or equipped trails like vie ferrate are not included (EE and EEA).
- The numbered trail markers, if no otherwise specified, are white-red (CAI national standard).
- GPS coordinates are in ED50, UTM zone 32T.
- The hikes marked with * are characterized by some stretches with not sufficient or lacking trail markers

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Lagdei Peat Bog through the SensesLagdei Peat Bog through the SensesOn foot Accessible TrailOn foot
 
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife 
OrecchiellaOrecchiellaOn foot Accessible TrailOn foot
 
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife 
The Heart of the Park - Walking... BismantovaThe Heart of the Park - Walking... BismantovaOn foot Accessible TrailOn foot
 
Great interest: Panorama 

Valle del Cavalbianco
Valle del Cavalbianco

On Foot

Hiking Itineraries
The ridge of the Apennines and the Park territory represent an ideal destination for you, if you love hiking and trekking. There are several itineraries with features and difficulty levels that adapt to the needs and abilities of everyone.
The following itinerary selection, by Daniele Canossini (CAI Reggio Emilia), is divided according to the geographical areas of the Park, represents only a little, but significant part of the opportunities this territory offers to hikers.

Further information

Zone A - Orecchiella and Upper Garfagnana

Municipalities of S. Romano, Villa Collemandina, and Giuncugnano.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Argegna and TeaArgegna and Tea
Departure: Giuncugnano
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
6 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Mt. TondoMt. Tondo
Departure: Ponteccio
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Orecchiella and VerrucoleOrecchiella and Verrucole
Departure: S. Romano
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Pania di CorfinoPania di Corfino
A summary of centuries of history intertwined with harsh nature and human constancy
Departure: Corfino
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Scaloni and Mt. VecchioScaloni and Mt. Vecchio
Departure: Centro visitatori Orecchiella
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
7 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryAbetina Reale (Royal Fir Wood)Abetina Reale (Royal Fir Wood)
Departure: Case di Civago
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Map with georeferenced itineraryUpper Val DoloUpper Val Dolo
Departure: Civago
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itineraryVallestrina and PassoneVallestrina and Passone
Departure: Rescadore di Febbio
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h
Great interest: Panorama 
Mt. Cisa and Mt. PrampaMt. Cisa and Mt. Prampa
Departure: Rifugio Monteorsaro
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
4 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Mt. CusnaMt. Cusna
Departure: Roncopianigi
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryLe PorraieLe Porraie
Departure: Passo di Pradarena
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPrati di SaraPrati di Sara
Departure: Casalino
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
6 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Map with georeferenced itineraryRio Re and Mt. SillanoRio Re and Mt. Sillano
Departure: Ligonchio di Sopra
On foot On foot
T+ - - Tourist (level)+ - 1
5 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Archeology 
CavalbiancoCavalbianco
Departure: Vaglie
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
6 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Upper Val d'OzolaUpper Val d'Ozola
Departure: Ligonchio
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
8 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 


Zone D - Upper Val Secchia and Val Rosaro

Municipalities of Collagna, Fivizzano, and Comano.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryPezzalunga and BelfiorePezzalunga and Belfiore
Departure: Passo Crocetta
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itineraryThe Springs of SecchiaThe Springs of Secchia
Departure: Passo del Cerreto
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
3 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Between Mommio and RosaroBetween Mommio and Rosaro
Departure: Casa Giannino
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Archeology Great interest: History 
Cerreto Alpi and the LakesCerreto Alpi and the Lakes
Departure: Cerreto Alpi
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
4 h
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Archeology Great interest: History 
From Sassalbo to OspedalaccioFrom Sassalbo to Ospedalaccio
Departure: Sassalbo
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
4 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 


Zone E - Upper Val d'Enza and Val Taverone

Municipalities of Ramiseto, Monchio, Comano, and Licciana.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlpe di SuccisoAlpe di Succiso
Departure: Succiso Nuovo
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
6 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Map with georeferenced itineraryBocco and MalpassoBocco and Malpasso
Departure: Passo di Lagastrello
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
At the Foot of Mt. Losanna At the Foot of Mt. Losanna
Departure: Apella
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
7 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
Groppi di CamporaghenaGroppi di CamporaghenaOn foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 
Mt. AcutoMt. Acuto
Departure: Passo del Lagastrello
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
5 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 


Zone F - Upper Val Parma, Val Cedra, and Upper Lunigiana

Municipalities of Corniglio, Monchio, Filattiera, Bagnone.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Badignana ValleyBadignana Valley
Departure: Rif. Lagoni
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
3 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Logarghena and MarmagnaLogarghena and Marmagna
Departure: Rocca Sigillina
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 
Mt. OrsaroMt. Orsaro
Departure: Lagdei
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
4 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Mt. SillaraMt. Sillara
Departure: Prato Spilla
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
6 h 30 m
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Treschetto MountainsTreschetto Mountains
Departure: Vico
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 


Zone G - Bismantova, Triassic Gypsum Formations, and Mt. Ventasso

Municipalities of Castelnovo Monti, Busana, Ramiseto, and Villa Minozzo.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itineraryBetween Busana and CervarezzaBetween Busana and Cervarezza
Departure: Busana
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Map with georeferenced itineraryPoiano and SolognoPoiano and Sologno
Departure: Fonti di Poiano
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
4 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
Map with georeferenced itineraryVologno and Mt. MerloVologno and Mt. Merlo
Departure: Ponte del Pianello
On foot On foot
T+ - Tourist (level)+
4 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Mt. VentassoMt. Ventasso
Departure: Rifugio Pratizzano
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
4 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
Pietra di BismantovaPietra di Bismantova
Great place for mountaineering and sports climbing
Departure: Piazzale Dante
On foot On foot
T+ - Tourist (level)+
2 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 


Traverses

Crossing the Appennino Tosco-Emiliano

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Appennino Tosco-Emiliano TraverseAppennino Tosco-Emiliano Traverse
Across Appennino Tosco-Emiliano
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
  1 Lap: San Romano - Verrucole - Orecchiella - Isera Mountain Hut4 h 
  2 Lap: Isera Mountain Hut - Pania di Corfino - Mt. Prado - Bargetana Mountain Hut or Battisti Mountain Hut5 h 
  3 Lap: Bargetana Mountain Hut - Pradarena Pass - Cerreto Pass6 h 
  4 Lap: Cerreto Pass - Springs of Secchia - Sarzana Mountain Hut6 h 
  5 Lap: Sarzana Mountain Hut - Mt. Sillara - Lagoni Mountain Hut7 h 30 m 
  6 Lap: Lagoni Mountain Hut - Guadine Pass - Mariotti Mountain Hut6 h 30 m 
  7 Lap: Mariotti Mountain Hut - Cirone Pass - Cisa Pass (via Francigena)5 h 30 m 
From Garfagnana to BismantovaFrom Garfagnana to Bismantova
Across Appennino Tosco-Emiliano
On foot On foot
E+ - Hiking (level)+
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
  1 Lap: Battisti Mountain Hut - Mt. Cusna - Casalino6 h 
  2 Lap: Casalino - Sologno - Bismantova6 h 
  3 Lap: Bismantova - Cervarezza - Pratizzano7 h 
  4 Lap: Pratizzano - Alpe di Succiso - Sarzana Mountain Hut6 h 

Porta delle Due Valli
Porta delle Due Valli

By Car

The roads of the Apennines represent a widespread road communication network giving the opportunity to go almost everywhere and maintaining intact the landscape authenticity created over the centuries by the interaction of human activities and nature.
Driving slowly along the road of the Apennines is an interesting and funny way to spend a different weekend rich in surprises.
The 6 historical passes, Cisa, Cirone, Lagastrello, Cerreto, Pradarena, and Radici/Forbici connecting Tuscany with Emilia Romagna are real landscape jewels: discovering them, stopping to admire a panorama or to drink at an ancient fountain or to have lunch in an inn offering authentic tastes is a great opportunity to recover our roots and also some peacefulness.

Upper Val Parma Lagdei - Beech tree woodland
Upper Val Parma Lagdei - Beech tree woodland

From Lunigiana to Parmense

The westernmost section of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park faces four valleys: Val di Magra and Val di Taro towards Tuscany, Valle del Parma and Valle dell'Enza towards Emilia Romagna.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
From Miscoso to Mt. VentassoFrom Miscoso to Mt. VentassoCar Car
 
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
From Sillara Pass to Filattiera - partly along a dirt roadFrom Sillara Pass to Filattiera - partly along a dirt road
Departure: Berceto
Car Car
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
From Terrarossa to RianaFrom Terrarossa to RianaCar Car
 
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 

Pietra di Bismantova
Pietra di Bismantova

From Bismantova to Garfagnana

The pivot of this itinerary is Cerreto Pass, watershed between Valle del Secchia, which springs from the north-eastern slope of Mt. Alto, and Valle del Rosaro, springing from the Tuscan slope of the same mountain.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
From Castelnovo ne' Monti to FivizzanoFrom Castelnovo ne' Monti to Fivizzano
Departure: Castelnovo ne' Monti
Car Car
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama Great interest: Religion Great interest: History 
From Fivizzano to Castelnuovo in GarfagnanaFrom Fivizzano to Castelnuovo in Garfagnana
Departure: Fivizzano
Car Car
 
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 

L. Bargetana with Mt. Cusna
L. Bargetana with Mt. Cusna

From Garfagnana to the Lands of Matilda from Canossa

The following routes develop between Pradarena Pass and Radici Pass, where the highest summits of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park lie: Mt. Prado and above all Mt. Cusna, delimiting a large uncontaminated natural area.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
From Castelnovo ne' Monti to Abetina Reale - partly along a dirt roadFrom Castelnovo ne' Monti to Abetina Reale - partly along a dirt road
Departure: Castelnovo ne' Monti
Car Car
 
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
From Castelnuovo in Garfagnana to Castelnovo ne' Monti - partly along a dirt roadFrom Castelnuovo in Garfagnana to Castelnovo ne' Monti - partly along a dirt road
Departure: Castelnuovo di Garfagnana
Car Car
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 

Pranda Lake
Pranda Lake

Season Itineraries

The opposite slopes of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano offer opportunities for everyone and in any season.
In summer and in winter the northern slope is the most interesting with its trails giving the opportunity to easily access the highest summits and with the snow staying longer on the ground; spring and autumn are the best moment for the southern slope: in March you can enjoy the warmth of the sun among the still bare chestnut trees and in autumn you can walk from a village to another enjoying the one thousand colors.

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
The Itinerary of the Month - AprilThe Itinerary of the Month - April
Somersaults at Mt. Tavola: A picnic for the whole family in the meadows in bloom of Appennino Parmense
Departure: Passo del Cirone
On foot On foot
 
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife 
The Itinerary of the Month - FebruaryThe Itinerary of the Month - February
With snow shoes at Ventasso
Departure: Ventasso Laghi
On foot On foot
1 h 20 m
Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
The Itinerary of the Month - JuneThe Itinerary of the Month - June
Departure: Castelnuovo Garfagnana
On foot On foot
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
The Itinerary of the Month - MarchThe Itinerary of the Month - March
Looking for spring traces in the south-west of the Park. An itinerary for everyone between Treschietto and Apella in Upper Lunigiana
On foot On foot
From Treschietto to Compione: 1 hour and ten minut...
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife 
The Itinerary of the Month - MayThe Itinerary of the Month - May
The itinerary of May is a prayer because it cannot be anything else
On foot On foot
 
Great interest: Panorama 

Pietra di Bismantova
Pietra di Bismantova

Itineraries of Pietra di Bismantova

Specific Community funds of the program Interreg IIIB CADSES (Central European, Adriatic, Danubian, South-Eastern, European Space) have enabled the collaboration of 7 different partners coming from Central-Eastern Europe for the implementation of a project called "SHINING Mountains", acronym of "Sport and Health as an Innovative Initiative for the Growth of Mountains".
The title already describes the main aim of the project, that is stimulating the endogenous potentialities of the mountain areas involved in order to promote a strategy of diversified economic development, re-launching the territories in the fields of sport, wellness, and health. Besides activities rearranging the rural tourist offer, there is the promotion of initiatives strengthening the managerial competence of the local actors operating in the tourist field, in order to create exchange opportunities as well as a complete and integrated offer.
The seven partners coming from 5 different countries of the European Union benefited from the project, experiencing stimulating moments of cultural exchange that have enriched the different and specific technical knowledge of all the participants.

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Itinerary 1: Pietra di BismantovaItinerary 1: Pietra di BismantovaOn foot On foot
intermediate
 
Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 2: FrascaroItinerary 2: FrascaroOn foot On foot
intermediate
 
Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 3: GinepretoItinerary 3: GinepretoOn foot On foot
intermediate
 
Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 4: VentassoItinerary 4: VentassoOn foot On foot
intermediate-demanding
 
Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 5: SparavalleItinerary 5: SparavalleOn foot On foot
intermediate-easy
 
Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 6: Gatta Poiano - Poiano S. BartolomeoItinerary 6: Gatta Poiano - Poiano S. BartolomeoOn foot On foot
easy
 
Great interest: Panorama 

Alpe di Succiso from Cerreto Pass
Alpe di Succiso from Cerreto Pass

Ten Trails for Cerreto

Between Tuscany and Emilia, at the border with Liguria, there is a mountain pass famous among the people of Emilia, Liguria, and Tuscany. Many people remember Cerreto Pass for the baptism of skis and the snow-clad tracks, but everyone knows that this ridge is rich in glacial lakes and breathtaking views showing, in the distance, the sea of Cinque Terre. Today Cerreto Laghi, one of the most equipped and modern ski resorts of northern-central Italy, reveals its secrets thanks to the commitment of the CAI section from La Spezia.

Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Blue ItineraryBlue Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346) - Pranda Lake (1,273m) - Tornello Road - Morale Road - Cerreto Alpi (921m) - La Gabellina (996m) - Pranda Lake
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
rather demanding
3 h 30 m
Great interest: History 
Brown ItineraryBrown Itinerary
Piazzale Lago (1,346m), le Mandrie (1,500m), il Costone (1,607m), Belfiore Pass (1,669m), junction at Fontanini (1,350m), Junction to Rialbero (1,350m), Junction to Mt. Maccagnino (1,330m), Piazzale Lago (1,346m)
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
demanding
4 h 30 m
Green ItineraryGreen Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346m) - Via monte Nuda - trail of the Alpini - loc. Belvedere - Crocetta Pass (1,261m) - Mt. Zuccalone (1,276m) - Pranda Lake (1,273m) - Cerretano Lake
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
not very demanding
2 h 30 m
Light Blue ItineraryLight Blue Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346m) - Pranda Lake - Cerreto Pass (1,253m) - springs of Secchia (1,509m) - Crocetta Pass (1,261m) - Alpini Trail - Piazzale del Lago
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
demanding for its length
5h and 30' (that can be reduced to 3h, by car ...
Light Green ItineraryLight Green Itinerary
Alpini Trail - loc. Belvedere - Gea00 - Crocetta Pass - Padule Lake - lake ring-route - uphill trail to Crocetta Pass (96B) - 649B - Mt. Zuccalone - Pranda Lake
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
intermediate
4 h
Great interest: Panorama 
Orange ItineraryOrange Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346m) - downhill track Pranda - Le Gore Lake - Pranda Lake - Scuro Lake - Vivaio Lake - Cerretano Lake
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot By bike   On foot
not very demanding
1 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
Pink ItineraryPink Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346m) - Via monte Nuda - woodland (1,390m) - road above Palaghiaccio - via Monte Nuda - Cerretano Lake
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot   On foot
easy
40'
Great interest: Flora 
Red ItineraryRed Itinerary
Piazzale del lago (1,346m) - via Belfiore - Nardini dirt road - torrent Riarbero - Junction to Mt. Maccagnino - Cozzani apartment house
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
intermediate
2 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
Violet ItineraryViolet Itinerary
Piazzale del lago (1,346m) - Piazzale delle Brigate Alpine - Alpini Trail - junction to bivouac Rosario - bivouac Rosario (1,612m)
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot  On foot
intermediate (demanding with snow)
3h and 15'
Yellow ItineraryYellow Itinerary
Piazzale del Lago (1,346m) - via Belfiore - Nardini dirt road - Mt. Maccagnino (1,393m) - Vallefonda (1,289m) - Cozzani apartment house
Departure: Piazzale del Lago del Cerreto
On foot By bike   On foot
easy
1 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 

Snowshoeing

Trails on the snow in Appennino Tosco Emiliano National Park

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Itinerary 1. Scalucchia PassItinerary 1. Scalucchia Pass
Departure: Succiso Nuovo
On foot  On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 h outward journey only
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 
Itinerary 2Itinerary 2
Departure: Rifugio Lagdei
On foot  On foot
T/E
2-3 hours round trip
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 



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
1 - Berceto - Lago Santo Parmense1 - 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
1 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
9 h
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlta Via dei Parchi
3 - Prato Spilla - Cerreto Pass3 - 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
3 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
7 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlta Via dei Parchi
4 - Passo del Cerreto - Passo Pradarena4 - 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
4 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
5 h
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlta Via dei Parchi
5 - Passo Pradarena - Lama Lite5 - 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
5 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Map with georeferenced itineraryAlta Via dei Parchi
6 - Lama Lite - San Pellegrino in Alpe6 - 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
6 Lap of: Alta Via dei Parchi
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Map with georeferenced itinerary22 - From Cisa Pass to Pontremoli22 - From Cisa Pass to Pontremoli
Departure: Passo della Cisa
On foot On foot
 
Map with georeferenced itinerary23 - From Pontremoli to Aulla23 - From Pontremoli to Aulla
Departure: Pontremoli, Piazza della Repubblica
On foot On foot
 

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