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Eccellente camminata su sentiero rotabile ma in piena Riserva del Cansiglio pertanto non transitabile.
Escursione di grande respiro di 16 km e di forte rilevanza ambientale e naturalistica per il novero di specie protette. Possibile anche per scialpino o fondo nel periodo invernale.

hiking
4 days 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.

Amazing views. Definitely a must see. You can get different views all the time during the hike. At the end you can catch the bus so no need to go back on the trail.

hiking
7 days ago

A splendid little hike. Very easy, Suitable for all ages and skill levels. There were a couple place that appeared to be trail closures, but it didn't appear to be serious and everybody was moving through unimpeded. Make sure to try your hand at skipping rocks from the rocky beaches, my record was 5!

hiking
11 days ago

Just a trail for training in a uncertain weather day.
Fun to cross the Roggia di Palma ( artificial run) on a temporary bridge made with bullast-slippers.

excellent and fun

Fantastic hiking trail! breathtaking views and you can stop in all the town's to explore along the way. great day.

Great trail that makes for a challenging trail run due to some polished rocks. Nocelle has convenient parking for those heading east-to-west (and back). While certain online sources quote 7/8hours, the return trip is more likely to be a 4hours one for an experienced hiker.

Really should update the hike. It is only accessible by paying like 17€ for one hour hike... And you will do only a part of the loop. You can try to access the close part. But people will not be very kind then ^^
Great view though.

Good for views. And for walking up hundreds of steps.

Of all the walks along the Amalfi Coast that I've done, the Sentiero degli Dei is definitelynthe most well-sign-posted one. Being the most well-known and well-marked trail, it's also the busiest, but ifnyoynhead out early enough in the day (think 7-8 a.m.), you'll avoid both the worst of the heat and the crowds. Going earlier in the season - think late May to early June rather than July and onwards - can also help thin out the crowds. Trainers or hiking boots will do well enough on the path; just make sure your trainers have adequate grip for some of the steeper sections with loose rock chips going uphill, and a few patches of slightly slippery dust-coated rock headed downhill.

There are water taps along the route, so no worries about needing to bring a lot with you. The trail alternates between exposed, sunny sections and shaded forest sections. For those with accessibility needs, there are some porting companies that can help with finding the best route for you (not sure of any specific company names though, sorry).

If you're into climbing, there are some sections with cliff faces for scaling! Pretty sure it's mostly trad, didn't notice much bolting, as per alpine tradition.

All in all, the route feels fun. It's not the most challenging, but offers opportunities for lots of different types of outdoor enthusiasts. It may not be "gnar," but it's worth stoke - and the views are gorgeous!!!

on Lake Prags (Braies) Loop

1 month ago

Walked around the lake in early June. Beautiful and easy hike. You could see the reflection of the mountains nearby very clearly on the pristine waters. Absolutely magnificent. Suitable for children, elderly. Dog friendly.

nature trips
1 month ago

Nice and sort hiking trail from the start in the Agerola village up to the top of Monte Tre Calli ... about 4,5 km round trip and 450 meters high difference altitude .

Amazing view from the top to Salerno on one side and Positano and Capri on the other ! ;) amazing during sunset hours .


You can make it more difficult and longer to the other top ...

hiking
1 month ago

Great 360 panaromic view at top of coast and mountain range.

Well trafficked trail easier going south to north. Otherwise mostly uphill. Gorgeous vistas of the towns, terraces and sea. Do stop to take photos along the way. Don’t forget water and enjoy a cold adult beverage with lunch when you get to a town. Go early for less traffic and lower temps. If you are too tired to hike back, take the train.

A difficult hike but worth all the effort needed to get up to Tre Calli. The journey up is not too bad asides from getting to the trailhead from Bomerano, and the last ascent to the summit. The views from Tre Calli are absolutely phenomenal. If you continue onwards to Capo Muro it’s about another 20-25 minutes. From there you can continue to the third summit Catello. We did not do the third summit as it was hot, we didn’t have the time and that is also the most difficult part as it’s a very steep uphill ascent.

Easy to moderate hike itself. Unfortunately, went during a cloudy day so the views were obscured and the path was also closed onwards from Nocelle. So we had to take the stairs from Nocelle to Positano. Still worth doing the hike though as it’s a great trail that’s well marked and as busy as it is, it’s easy to separate yourself from other groups and hike in the peacefulness of nature.

Most beautiful hike I've ever done, it's a long day but we stopped in every city to explore before continuing. Loved the cat sanctuary!!!

Did this twice. It was amazing both times.

Great hike with my wife and kids. We hiked from Vernazza to Monterossa al Mare in March. Great views! My kids 11, 9, and 5 had a great time especially with the gelato reward at the end.

Banging trail

We started from Monterosso to Riomaggiore, a short section was closed when we hiked back in 2015. Beautiful hike through terrace of grape vines, scenic and colorful towns, churches, ancient towers. Great foods, yummy wines, and awesome experience. After completed the hike, the next day, we took boat trip from La Spezia to Monterosso, so we could see Cinque Terre from a far, spectacular views, well worth it.

Sections of the trail were closed when I hiked here in March 2016, so I only walked from Monterosso to Vernazza. I loved every bit of it. The colors of the water, the vineyards and terraced gardens, the boats, the sunny harbor and dark, narrow canyons of the village paths...

hiking
3 months ago

Beautiful view of Naples and the volcano.

hiking
3 months ago

This is a fun walk but make sure you do it like my wife and I: 1. Don’t plan the trip, just get up and go from Napoli. 2. Take a taxi but don’t bring enough money because you have to pay double when you leave Napoli in a taxi... so 3. Spot a trail head and get out half way up the road to where most others hike from. 4. Find the trails are all closed on the way up due to last summer’s fire. 5. Proceed to walk all the way up the road and use €20 of our last €25 for tickets to access the crater. 6. Hike up to the crater and talk about how cold it is and what a long walk back to town you have with no money. 7. Spend our last €5 on limoncello shots. 8. Talk a taxi into leaving his customers to drive you down quickly before coming back to get them.

It was a shame that all of the trails through the nature reserve leading up/down the mountain were locked up. Also, the access to do the full crater loop was closed off so that was a bummer.

All things considered, we had a great day together and great memories to kick off our honeymoon! If in the area, it is definitely worth going.

Surreal

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