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Beautiful views! Slightly challenging uphill but if you are moderately in shape you should be fine. Well-marked and if you dont want to do the whole 4 miles there is a marked trail half way that will take you back down to your car and the cute and strange little bar/restaurant where a cold beer was appreciated! This is what we did and it took us 2 hours. If doing the whole loop around altissimo I think it would be 4 hours but I stop and take a lot of pictures. The ride up in our car to get to the trail was exciting (gps was exact) and beautiful as well- mountains and small towns with views that extend to the sea.

on Cellina Gorge

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5 months ago

The trail leads through the forest and half of it leads through a canyon. Instead of going through the canyon you can also decide walk back on the road. To walk through the canyon you need to purchase a ticket and wear a hardhat. There's also an optional "train" that will take you through the canyon.
The woodland trail is decent, some place are a bit slippery/muddy, so proper shoes are recommended.
The canyon path is all flat and very easy to walk. Parking near lake Barcis can be a bit difficult as it is very busy during the weekend and summer.

Very nice trail, with a beautiful view. We did it in about 2 hrs. There is a local restaurant at the bottom of the trail, where you can have lunch afterwards.

Did this a few years ago! So worth it. Late September and early October are the best times to visit Capri. We took a day trip here from Sorrento on a ferry, which was fantastic. Walking Capri is like walking in a dream. The beautiful views will leave you speechless as you walk up the city and charming, very tiny, streets. Bella!

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Friday, September 22, 2017

2017SEP16 Started out overcast day, but quickly cleared to be a beautiful fay! Epic scenery! Great moderate hike!

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Treat yourself to an overnight stay (or two) in Capri, like I did. My mid-October visit helped reduce crowds, but seeing the island after most tourists leave gives you a more intimate experience with this gem. Capri is riddled with paths to every corner -- explore them! -- you'll find yourself strolling through narrow alleyways of gorgeous gated homes, winding through quiet forests, and landing at the crashing sea with its intricate rock formations. Plus, the paths are dotted with tiny bistros for an unforgettable espresso, wine, or meal break (I had the best clam linguini of my life along this trek!). This path is more walk than hike, but its length and inclines still provide a good workout. Go, enjoy the more remote Capri, away from the typical tourist hangouts!

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