Riserva Naturale Monte Velino

Riserva Naturale Monte Velino

Riserva Naturale Monte Velino
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Enjoy a wondrerful walk on one of the highest mountains in the inner Abruzzi! In the clearest days, from the top of the mountain, you'll be able to see both the Tirrenian and Adriatic Sea!
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Davide M
Avezzano, Italy112 contributions
Sep 2015 • Friends
Mount Velino is the third highest peak in the Appennini, so if you have the chance, you should climb it to its top.
There are many ways to reach the top, from the hardest climbing path to the easy walks, you just have to choose and start walking.
The climbing on the easiest paths takes about 5 hours to be on top and 4 to go back to your cars, but the experience worths the time! The paths will take you among rock and woods, and also to some mountain springs were you'll be able to drink some very fresh water. There is also a shelter at midway where you can have some rest and eat the food you brought.
The climbing to the top will give you the chance to embrace with your sight almost all the Abruzzi region, and if the day is particularly clear, you could also see the Adriatic Sea on your left and St. Peter's Church in Rome on your right!
Written 28 May 2016
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