The whole territory of Monti Aurunci Park is crossed by a network of sheep tracks connecting the various Park areas, populated in ancient times by the communities of local shepherds linked to the characteristic agricultural and breeding activities of the mountain areas. The mountain routes represented the shortest connection for the commercial activities developing between the coast and the inland, and were often used by the Benedictine monks headed to Monte Cassino Abbey.
Currently, the path network develops for over 100 km and gives the opportunity to visit the whole mountain group using the ancient paths. The paths suggested by the Park are characterized by the white and red trail markers prepared by Club Alpino Italiano or, in some cases, by trail markers prepared by the Municipalities.
Besides the routes you can go along on foot, the Park also offers routes for mountain bike-lovers: about 480 km crossing charming places of great naturalistic interest and, often, the historical town centers of the Municipalities of the Protected Area.