30 Results for tag: patagonia

📢The Zunche’ Trail

Cinque Terre Trekking is nine years old. We are eternally grateful to all who helped us survive this exceptionally challenging year. We spent much of our extra time with a small group of local volunteers searching out and reopening abandoned trails like this one, the Zunchè Trail. For all of you who have not been able to travel yet, we hope that soon you ... More

📢Monte Le Croci Trail Park on Trail Forks

"Abandon the great roads. Take the trails" (Pythagoras). Now, thanks to the valuable work of volunteers who in recent months have reopened several abandoned trails, you can follow the advice of the Greek mathematician. On  , with credit to Andrea Codda, you can find all of the trails of Monte Le Croci Trail Park and their technical characteristics.... More

? Trail of the Week: AV5T part 2

CTT  takes you on the trails. AV5T, the "Alta Via delle Cinque Terre", is a long-distance trail that extends from Monte Prato Pinello in the mountains north of Sestri Levante, to Portovenere, just down the coast from the Cinque Terre.  The entire trail is 70 kilometers in length.  In the previous edition of our newsletter we detailed the 16-kilometer ... More

? Trail of the Week: AV5T part 1

CTT  takes you on the trails. AV5T, the "Alta Via delle Cinque Terre", is a long-distance trail that extends from Monte Prato Pinello in the mountains north of Sestri Levante, to Portovenere, just down the coast from the Cinque Terre.  The entire trail is 70 kilometers in length, but we will focus on the section within the boundaries of the Cinque Terre ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #572

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 572 had been abandoned for years before being reopened recently by the municipality of Monterosso.   It was formerly known as Trail N. 14A, and it connects Monterosso to Trail N. 591, where it exits the national park and continues on to Levanto. The trailhead is at Sella di Bagari, which sits between Monte ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #537

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 537 is at the extreme southeastern end of the municipality of Riomaggiore.  It connects Telegrafo on Trail AV5T to Punta Pineda, via the locality of Campi.  At roughly its halfway point the trail is intersected by the provincial road SP370.  The upper segment from Campi to Telegrafo, which is signposted and ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #504C

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 504C, at the southeastern end of the Cinque Terre National Park, in the area of Tramonti, connects the farm settlement of Schiara to Trail N. 535 near Campiglia.  The trailhead is on N. 504, a few meters from the Oratory of Sant'Antonio.  After passing the oratory, Trail N. 504 turns to the right and descends to ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #528C

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 528C, also know as the "Via der Predao", is a short horizontal trail at the southeastern end of the Cinque Terre National Park, in the area of Tramonti.  It connects Trail N. 528V at Casa Cimo to Trail N. 528, passing at about 150 meters above sea level.   The trail starts on N. 528V, about 300 meters from ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #528

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 528 is a vertical trail at the extreme southeastern end of the Cinque Terre National Park.  It originates outside of the park in Acquasanta, a small village on the Gulf of La Spezia, and enters the park at Campiglia. The oldest mention of the village of Campiglia dates back to the year 981.  The descent to ... More

? Trail of the Week: Trail #504

CTT  takes you on the trails. Trail N. 504 is a vertical trail at the southeastern end of the Cinque Terre National Park, in the area known as Tramonti.  The trail originates in the village of Biassa, in the hills behind the Cinque Terre, and enters the National Park at S. Antonio, on Trail AV5T.  A drinking water source is located in front of the ... More