Riserva Naturale Orientata Monte S. Calogero

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Surface Area: 2.818,95 ha
Provinces: PA
Establishment: 1998
  • Trails (photo by RR Monte S. Calogero)
  • Landscape (photo by RR Monte S. Calogero)
  • Flora (photo by RR Monte S. Calogero)

Among Schist and Limestone, Hydrothermal Fluids, and Mineral Crystals

From a geological point of view, Mt. San Calogero is a large anticline (a section of earth's crust bent by tectonic forces leading it to emerge) subsiding towards E-SE. Rather than Mt. San Calogero, it would be better to call it "Mountain System of San Calogero": as a matter of fact, it is an imposing massif consisting of limestone and dolomite rocks which have formed from the Mesozoic onward, of siliceous strata, and of the so-called numidian flysch (of sedimentary origin).

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