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no designated parking for the hike. there's moderate to low incline, and lots of loose rocks. the first half is decently shaded, but the second is mostly in the open.

hiking
6 days ago

Nice flat trail around a beautiful lake! Half of it (East side) was on gravel path and went through beautiful wooded areas, right next to the lake. Other half (west side) was mostly on the street. Would probably stay on east side. The lake itself has lots of grassy areas, picnic tables, great for family gatherings!

Passeggiata molto tranquilla, alla portata di tutti e con un panorama mozzafiato che consente in una giornata tersa di vedere fino al mare. Adatto anche per bimbi piccoli e cani

mountain biking
rocky
12 days ago

Salita facile su asfalto, poco trafficata almeno in questo periodo. Super panorama dal decollo Valinis. Discesa di media difficoltà su terreno perlopiù roccioso; qualche sasso smosso, alcuni punti esposti e brevi tratti scivolosi soprattutto sulla parte finale nel bosco. Trail molto ben tenuto, fare attenzione agli eventuali escursionisti a piedi.

Amazing views and lovely trail. Beware of a slippery trail after rain though especially since it is quite steep. Also at the indicated trailhead there is no parking. Try to start from here instead: (45.0342338, 7.4210467) Google maps coordinates This trail joins the one described here and in this area there is even a parking lot (right and the end of trana city center. Highly recommend it for a half day trip.

Pleasurable hike in the woods on top of the Euganei Hills close to Padova, with many nice views. If done on Sundays some part of the trail can be a little too crowded.

hiking
bugs
rocky
21 days ago

It's hard hard if you're a beginner also get there earlier than we did (we got there at 3.30 pm) or you'll have to leave with the sour taste of not making it to the top. Totally worth it, very peaceful when we went this past Saturday, May 9th 2020. Ill do it again. Give it another try!

semplicemente incredibile

Is not in Piemonte, but Liguria.... The view is amazing and the trip so good

super easy and nice walk in the surroundings of Pasian di prato. some nice spots worth a visit.

We weren't able to complete this hike because there is a pack of large dogs living right by the trail head and we had our dog with us. Trail looks safe if you don't have a dog with you.

in cima vista stupenda sul lago d''iseo. sentiero segnatissino e senza difficoltà salvo alcuni passaggi un po più ripidi di altri. percorso adatto a chiunque (anche alle famiglie con bambini) e infatti è strabattuto.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
4 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Hiked the green trail.

hiking
8 months ago

This was a very relaxing hike loop that is easy to walk. Our dog was off the leash most of the time except the areas clearly marked and when passing farms.

hiking
over grown
rocky
8 months ago

It is a nice route, i suggest you walk it starting to the right for best experience. Not to heavy, and not to long, with nice views. We walked it in october so the temperature was great for a hike.

hiking
10 months ago

Malgré le brouillard qui masquait la vue au sommet, tres belle petite rando. Idéale avec les chiens !

Beautiful trail. Would give it 5 stars if it was a bit more wild - there are electrical lines and water pipelines all along the trail, which sorta spoils it. The first half is the hardest, be ready for a pretty steep climb and bring lots of water. Oh, and it is pretty crowded.

Easy flat trail for biking or walking. Good for children.

Can’t access everything the map says.

5.10.19. Wonderful, easy walk on part of the Via di Francesco in Umbria. Great views, extremely quiet (only one car passed in over an hour (and the occupants were on their way to prepare food for pilgrims). We did an out and back, starting and ending at the Pieve dei Saddi Church, thé lower parts of which date from the 4th century. My stats if you are considering this: Distance: 3.5 miles Elevation Gain: 541 feet Moving Time: 1:19:42

very nice and easy path. Partial smooth trail, partial smooth cobble. may be excessively muddy after a heavy run (just guessing) but great overal. Also, beware that Google maps will take you down a very sketchy hill side dirt road if you are coming from licola/lago patria. if it tells you to turn off at a sketchy little street past an overpass, just keep going straight and let it reroute you through the tunnel. it may take a few more minutes, but I wasnt sure my polo was gonna make it.

Nice, simple flat 1.8 mile walk around a lake. Most of the surface is large cobblestone. There are some Roman ruins there. Unfortunately, I don’t know the history. We went midweek and passed very few people waking around the lake. . It’s also offseason. On the weekends even in offseason the entire area around here is full of people. There are a couple of bars, restaurants, and small sports club, and even a dog park surrounding the lake.

hiking
Wed Mar 06 2019

Breath-taking. So many beautiful views of the Dolomites. Recommend a head lamp for the longer tunnels. Would not recommend for younger children as there are many narrow trails over steep cliffs.

The best. The trail is stunning, Perfect for a trail running session. Head lamp needed becouse of long and dark tunnels. Amazing trail also for hikers and families (yes, could be quit challenging due to about 800 meters elevation gain). September and october are the Perfect months to go there, due to better wheter conditions (Air stability and less rain probability).

walking
Sun Dec 23 2018

Portogruaro, city reality strongly influenced by Venice of the '500 so as to be the historical capital of the province east of the Piave up to the Tagliamento. Historically it has always contended in Pordenone the moral capital of the area and in the last 2 centuries it has been linked to Udine (50 km) more than to Venice (65 km on wheel and 10 on boat). Its' 500 is seen in the Renaissance palaces that adorn the main street of the city along with the Gothic palace of 1250 which today is the municipal hall.

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