Explore the most popular dog friendly trails in Italy with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

facile percorso, per raggiungere questo stupendo picco dove poter ammirare panorama fantastico sulle Giuglie

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1 month ago

E' un tratto piacevole e lungo di vialzaia o strada arginale del Torre in DX idrografica. Parte da Pavia di Udine seguendo l'Alpe Adria N°1, si sviluppa coerentemente per l'intera tratta e si riaggancia all' Alpe Adria N°4 nella parte sottostante Godia.
Nella parte iniziale fino a Lovaria segue il sedime originale della Bariglaria ( Bi-Rotularia) romana che consentiva una scorciatoia per andare da Aquileia a Tricesimo solo a carri monoassi ( appunto birotula come la "biga") in meno di una giornata.
Si deve sottopassare 4 ponti ( vedi foto) di cui il terzo per uno stretto sentiero.
Consigliabile in giornata asciutta, ventilata e non molto calda.

hiking
1 month ago

In a hot day of summer just to walk under fresh conopy for almost 8 km. Track easy also for car, no difficulties.

Banging trail

molto bello per una prima uscita dopo la pausa invernale o per le prime volte per fare trail

Monday, August 14, 2017

It's an easy hike but with lots of breath taking views of the mountains. If you have a friend who is not into hiking :) you can go all the way to the rifugio Vodala (almost half way through the climb) by the ski lift, then continue the hike on foot to Monte Benfit.

Amazing hike .. views from the top are breathtaking. Take lots of water

hiking
Sunday, June 11, 2017

Incredibly remarkable hike with some of the most gorgeous views I've ever seen. I even saw some wildlife, as there was a mountain goat (or some kind a goat) above the trail. I had to stop recording halfway through because my phone was about to die and I definitely needed the flashlight in certain parts of the trail.

The entire trail is well laid out. They were a couple of times I wasn't certain where to go immediately, but after looking for a couple seconds, it became obvious. There is a lot of loose rocks and uneven terrain. There were a couple of older hikers that turned around, saying that it was too much for their knees and ankles.

At the turnaround point there is a great café where you can stop and relax before turning around. Nothing like having a beer at what seems like the top of the world. Definitely recommend for everyone.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017

We did this hike after having many friends recommend it. We got rained on but were already halfway up the trail so we went on. The trail was built in WWI and has some information at the beginning explaining what it was used for during that period and after.

There are a couple places with in the tunnels where it gets really dark so you definitely want to have a flashlight or some type of light source with you. At the top there was a place where if you time it you can get food. We did not time it right, but they were kind enough to let us dry out by the fire and tie our dog up in shed so we could all be out of the rain. They way back down we opted to go down the road as it was getting dark and we wanted to see both sides.

The views are stunning even with the rain it was 100% worth it.

Interesting and varied but not too difficult

Sunday, June 30, 2013

A great half day walk. Cerreto is interesting - you can learn all about the Cerretani in the middle ages - it's the derivation of our word charletan. You find a carved Roman inscription on a stone in a very unlikely place and on the walk back towards Borgo Cerreto you join the track of the famous old Spoleto-Norcia railway, including passing through a short tunnel

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