You leave from Paciano, one of the more beautiful little hamlets of Umbria, to rise towards the Petrarvella and the Pausillo, from a little street which you take just after having taken the road for Panicale. At the Bigiarello house enter a woods, interesting for its dimensional characteristics and for the variety of arboreal specimens present: the predominant chestnut, with examples of maple, hornbeam, turkey oak and holm oak. The path, shady and comfortable to hike over, reunites on a high end with the crest trail connecting mount Petrarvella with the Pausillo. From this point you can observe the hills around Piegaro. Turning to the right, continue towards Mount Pausillo glimpsing in the distance at the mountaintop rich in conifers which you reach at the end of a beautiful avenue of pines. This way you get to a lovely picnic area, where a rest is recommended. The panorama upon exiting the pine forest is vast and gratifying, with a view on the territories around the Trasimeno lake, towards Tuscany with mounts Amiata and Cetona in the background, the valley of Nestore with mount Arale on the left and the hills surrounding Città della Pieve in front, with a close up of the Geremia tower. A vast unsurfaced road turning around Pausillo begins to descend towards Paciano. After a bit, we will abandon it to widen the tour and include in the excursion, rewarding ourselves with vast panoramic views towards the Validichiana and the Trasimeno, the little agricultural villages of Pietreto and Varacca. Crossing these zones we will descend to the valley and take nice little trail, one of those once used by the passer-byes, which in a short time will bring us back to Paciano.