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hiking
snow
1 day ago

The east side of the trail is a bit boring, you're walking along a road and there are a lot of homes, not really much to see but the southern and western legs have a good bit of character and great opportunity for some photos. I enjoyed watching the paragliders, which you can see at the sharp turn in the south leg. There were some parts in the west leg where industry is taking out trees from the area which was disappointing. Aside from about half of it being paved road, this is a great trail.

hiking
rocky
1 day ago

Amazing lake views from this trail. Not for a casual Sunday stroll but readily achievable for those with good fitness. Would recommend with the caveat that you either do it in reverse (sentiero 334 first) or just use the 333 as an out and back route. Descending along the 334 involves steep declines with a lot of loose gravel and even the most goat like of hikers will find this challenging to the point of unenjoyable. Knee joints take a bashing and if you’ve brought your 4 legged friend with you, it won’t take a huge amount for them to pull you into a skid of terror.

This is not the original Gte, has missed the start from another point in cavo, the original one is 53km, with 2500 d+

Took about 2 hrs to Positano beach then 2.5hrs on way back. Views amazing.

Great views just after trail splits on left and at top. Bit of snow in shaded parts. Feb 2020

hiking
8 days ago

Nice views and a lot of wide flat trails

mountain biking
9 days ago

Sa Viale Nazioni Unite a Varazze (ampio parcheggio a pagamenti disponibile) ci si inoltra lungo la provinciale 542 per Stella San Martino. Ascesa su asfalto piacevole che sale senza grossi stratti. Giunti all'altezza della Frazione Pero si supera la deviazione per Alpicella e dopo un paio di tornanti si inbocca sulla destra, prima di un lungo curvone Via Campolungo che con una bella ascesa su asfalto nel bosco conduce al trivo a T con la Provinciale 30. Si prende a destra e si continua su tratto abbastanza pianeggiante verso Alpicella. Nelle vicinanze di Alpicella, poco prima di un ponte si incontra sulla desta un'ampia sterrata che percorreremo fino alla sommità in locatità Prati del Prezzemolo da cui si gode di una bellissim vista su Savona ed il Golfo di Vado. L'ascesa è su fondo abbastanza sconnesso per la presenza di molte pietre libere sulla carreggiata ma comunque facilmente pedalabile. Dai Prati del Prezzemolo incomincia la discesa su fondo abbastanza pianeggiante con saliscendi non fastidiosi fino ad incontrare nuovamente l'asfalto. Si prosegue fino ad un trivio; da una parte pianeggiante che conduce al Giovo, prenderemo invece una ripida discesa verso Stella san Giustina (attenzione al raffreddamento dei freni) dove nei pressi della chiesa gireremo a sinistra sulla provinciale 334 verso Albissola. Giunti a Stella San Giovanni, nei pressi del distibutore prenederemo a destra verso Ellera (meno trafficata) sulla Provinciale 2. La discesa è dolce, da pedalare e segue la valle dal torrente Sansobbia. Arrivati in fondo valle in località Luceto raggiungeremo la Statale 1 (Aurelia) che, in caso di giro ad anello ci riporterà a Varzze dopo circa 7 Km di bella sttrada sul mare.

hiking
14 days ago

Did this in 2009, no AllTrails back then. Wanting to go back to Val Gardena and do more hikes there again. I love that place so much. So beautiful. Anyway I remember starting this hike from Selva (Wolkenstein). Stopped at an opened-early bakery for a quiche or something like that and took off. Seems impossibly steep at first. And it is. But the view from the Stevia Hut makes it all worthwhile. And it’s a great workout.

Must be 5 star, given the height and views, both into the crater and over the bay of Napoli. We paid €3.10 each way on the public EAV bus from Pompeii Scavi train station, then €10 each for trail entry. Money well spent. On a clear day you feel like you can see forever....

hiking
rocky
15 days ago

spectacular views and fairly easy walking, if you have the right shoes. No car needed We took the bus direct from Sorrento train station to Nerano to start the hike. the bus back went via S. Agata, with a 15 minute change, just enough time for coffee and pastries.

giro molto bello ed impegnativo. pedalabile 98pct. 80pct strada e ciclabile resto sterrati e sentieri. necessita buona preparazione fisica

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
16 days ago

Beautiful views. A little bit harder than a walk. A lot of scrambling up and down rocky dirt paths. Quite challenging in parts

hiking
18 days ago

Not really appropriate as a general hike. There are many sections that go through private property and forbid general public, meaning you have to walk on the main road.

hiking
rocky
22 days ago

I confirm what has been said before about this route: it's not a long one but it's steep. It begins and goes on like this, whit just a few section to take a breathe. Reaching the chapel with a panoramic view it's suitable for almost everyone though, while adding the last climb to the Crocione summit is definetly difficult for an entry level hiker and the not-so-young ones. The view from the mountain top is rewarding and the way back to the chapel can be cut off with a detour half way from the Rifugio Piazza.

on Monte Catillo Loop

hiking
26 days ago

Moderately easy with some strong uphill at the beginning. Cows along the way, and can be windy so be prepared for possible chill from that. Opportunity in the middle to cut off about 1.5-2km if you are tired.

hiking
27 days ago

So many trees knocked down by a recent wind... so sad. Still a beautiful short hike with very scenic views!

Attenzione che il percorso a causa di diverse piene del torrente Baganza non è più percorribile integralmente.

we did this hike in January and had a great time. it was a faily easy hike but just a little confusing to get to. we got off the train at castel gandolfo but orobably could have gotten off the next stop because we ended up walking about 2 km on the road to get to the trailhead hike was great! we did have to ask for directions a few times and definitely got a bit lost, dont hesitate to ask for help. the uphill was fairly easy and there was a bar halfway we stopped at on the way back for coffee and a beer. great day hike

Such an amazing trail!!! Don’t miss out! The amazing views of the Mediterranean from the Amal fo coast can not be paralleled. If your stamina is up to the challenge, keep going at the end of the trail. The stairs to the town of Positano are not for the faint hearted but very rewarding. Grab yourself some lunch and some lemoncello. But be aware, the stairs back to the top is much more challenging. You can take a bus back to the top for a small fee.

hiking
muddy
no shade
off trail
1 month ago

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