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Best trails in Marche

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Trying to find the best Marche trails? AllTrails has 83 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Sirolo, Arquata Del Tronto or Ussita, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 49 moderate trails in Marche ranging from 2.1 to 262 miles and from 19 to 8,057 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Monte Vettore
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 4 h 42 m
Monte Vettore is a mountain of the Apennines. It is the highest peak of the Cyblings massif.Show more
#2 - Lago di Pilato
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 7 mi • Est. 5 h 5 m
It is the best known and most visited route. Unlike that of Foce, which leads directly to the lake, here is an intermediate stage; you arrive first at the Tito Zilioli refuge (2,240 m asl) which is nothing more than a small house at the foot of Monte Vettore (2,276 m asl). Forca di Presta is about 8 km from Castelluccio di Norcia (PG) and can be reached by following the SP 477. Parking for cars is not a problem; they can be left safely at the edge of the road right at the top of the Forca di Presta pass (1,534 m asl). From here one immediately identifies the starting point of the path (No. 101) on the left coming from Castelluccio. Slowly, it rises to an altitude up to over the mountain ridges up to almost 2,000 meters. The town of Castelluccio will follow you almost always along the ascent to the refuge while, the more you climb, the easier it will be to recognize a powerful rock mass towards the south: it is the Gran Sasso with its almost 3,000 meters high. the hut usually stops to rest for a while, to refresh and even to decide whether or not to descend to the lake, if you want to make a detour to the top Carrier (the highest of the Sibillini) or totally change the itinerary and continue on the ridges above it enjoying a spectacular view. For the Lago di Pilato (1,949 m asl), from the Zilioli refuge (2,240 m asl) it begins to descend; they are in fact lower, but the fact of having to do the descent must not be misleading. From the beginning we go down without having to follow a very specific path, then at some point you will find one that lately, (especially at the beginning), has been gradually getting more and more ruined. However with the right attention, there will be no problems and from here you can observe the beauty of the lake so important and unique. The water changes color depending on the intensity of the sun, from an intense green and a light blue, blue ... and then if you have the foresight to observe it in an overall vision, perhaps you will be able to distinguish a light orange color at the edges for the presence of the Chirocefalo that tiny crustacean. This trail, Number 101 on the trail map, is classified with difficulty grade E; bring the usual hat and the wind jacket; the refuge is located at a fairly high altitude, the wind almost always pulls and when you arrive you will be sweaty enough, especially if it is a hot day; there are no places to shelter from the sun along the way. Bring water because you won't find any.Show more
#3 - Monti Miglioni, Colastrello, Valcaldara e Monte Fietone
Monte Cavallo, Marche, Italy
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Length: 11.8 mi • Est. 6 h 39 m
#4 - Monti Sibillina
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 11.6 mi • Est. 7 h 3 m
#5 - Monte Conero - Spiaggia Due Sorelle via Passo del Lupo
Parco Regionale del Monte Conero
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Length: 3.2 mi • Est. 2 h 17 m
This path also allows access to the Grotta del Mortarolo.Show more
#6 - Monte Sibilla Val di Tenna
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 28.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
This is a challenging ride that involves the descent from Mount Sibilla in Val di Tenna. Starting a little above Frontignano di Ussita, take Val di Tenna goes down to Rubbiano and then ride up from Isola S. Biagio, the Sibyl to the saddle that separates it from Cima Vallelunga ( 2100 meters). From that point, take the path No. 32 on the Park's maps which is steep and overgrown. Once you get down to an elevation of 1900m the trail becomes easier to follow and allows you to descend more easily to Casale Lanza (m. 1570). The ride is easy from there, through dense forest that ends directly in Val di Tenna.Show more
#7 - Forca di Presta, Cima del Monte Vettore e Lago di Pilato
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 9.2 mi • Est. 6 h 31 m
Hiking trail in the Sibillini mountains (Umbria / Marche regions). Starts from Forca di Presta.Show more
#8 - Anello Monte di Massa
Muccia, Marche, Italy
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Length: 5.7 mi • Est. 3 h 31 m
#9 - Monte Conero
Parco Regionale del Monte Conero
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Length: 18.3 mi
Begin near Marcelli di Numana to Sirolo where the trail to Monte Colombo begins, and then head to Poggio and Pian Grande. Here you will have a great view over Portonovo. Then quickly downhill to the beach of S. Michele and from there to Sirolo, Numana and back to Marcelli.Show more
#10 - Grande Anello Sibillini
Monti Sibillini National Park
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Length: 79.3 mi • Est. Multi-day
This is the full Grande Anello Sibillini (Great Sibylline Ring) route. The Grande Anello Sibillini stretches across the entire Sibillini mountain range in the Monti Sibillini National Forest. Traditionally, this route is broken up into nine stages. For a full list of all sections of the Grande Anello Sibillini trail: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/grande-anello-sibilliniShow more
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