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Plogging along paths. Manarola - Volastra

Sunday 29 July 2018 from 08.45am to 12pm, the new Trekking that combines fitness and ecology.

(Manarola - Sede, 26 Lug 18) What is Plogging? It is a new trend that combines ecology and fitness. Plogging, a Swedish word formed by 'pick up' and 'run', is an activity in which you could run or walk collecting small abandoned waste along the path.

Itinerary. Transfer by bus to the hamlet of Volastra. The departure from the hamlet winds along a downhill staircase towards the town of Manarola. You would cross olive groves in the first part and then the provincial road in Piè di Fiesse, the starting point of other trails. Once crossed the road in two points, you would reach the parking of Manarola and enter the hamlet at the parish church.

Meeting point with the guide in front of the Info Point of Manarola Railway Station, at 8.45 am - Departure by bus at 9 am and 10 am.

Difficulty: E 

Info and enrollment on visiteguidate@ati5terre.it tel +39 0187 743500

Participation is free for Cinque Terre Card holders and is upon reservation (max 25 participants per excursion), €6,50 for not Cinque Terre Card holders.

The plogging kit

Each participant would receive:

-      a t-shirt with the park logo

-      bags for separate waste collection

-      a pair of gloves (to be returned to the guide at the end of the activity).

Plogging & tasting

At the end of the itinerary, participants will receive a certificate that will be stamped by the guide. Those who will take part in all 5 excursions (collecting all the 5 stamps at the end) will be entitled to a guided tasting of Wine DOC Cinque Terre. Simply you have to send the scan with the full certificate at protocollo@parconazionale5terre.it  

Place: Manarola Volastra   Municipality: Riomaggiore (SP)  
Organizer ATI Cinque Terre
Info Email: visiteguidate@ati5terre.it Info line: tel +39 0187 743500
More info on: Plogging. Camminando si crea bellezzaCinque Terre Walking Park 2018

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