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SAN BENEDETTO IN ALPE - CAMALDOLI

20_Forestecasentinesinevioagostini.JPGFrom the village of San Benedetto in Alpe, where the ancient Benedictine abbey is, you will follow the crowded walk that leads to Aquacheta Waterfalls, and then you will descend the Tuscan side until you reach Castagno, at the feet of Mount Falterona. On day 2, passing by the highest mountains of the Tosco-Romagnolo Apennines, you will reach Campigna, that lies in the heart of the historical Casentinese forests. On day 3, with a magnificent and classic walk, mostly lying along the ridge that overlooks the Sassofratino Reserve, you will reach the Sacred Hermitage and Camaldoli, that offer the opportunity to meet the monastic communities that have been living in perfect communion with the forests for centuries. 

 

Stages

1° Day: stage 20 San Benedetto in Alpe - Castagno d'Andrea

2° Day: stage 21 Castagno d'Andrea - Campigna

3° Day: stage 22 Campigna - Camaldoli


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