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Hiking the Sentiero Roma Trail in the Val Masino Alps in Italy - HighlightsVideo: Outdooractive – 3D Videos
It starts with alpine scenery and ends with salty air by the azure sea. You can hardly dive deeper into the Italian landscape:
350,000 m elevation gain
The long-distance hiking trail runs through the whole of Italy. It runs from the Alps across the Apennines to Sardinia and Sicily, connecting not only many picturesque villages but also six UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites.
CAI President Vincenzo Torti on Sentiero Italia: "We have a dream to unite all of Italy in one big embrace, walking through the extraordinary places our country has to offer once you leave the paved roads."
You can find the individual stages at the Va' Sentiero project, which is dedicated to digitising the route. You can also support them directly on-site and accompany them on their way through Italy.
Rest stopsLis Neris
Castello di Spessa
Ristorante da 8
Ristorante Rifugio Sasso Piatto
On this long long-distance trail, the signposting and marking of the paths is not always clear. Especially further south in Italy, precise planning and good map reading is a necessity.
Information on the current state of the individual stages can be found at the CAI (Club Alpino Italiano).
Tips and hintshttps://www.vasentiero.org/en/home
Book recommendations for this region:
trekking backpack (approx. 50 liters) with rain cover
sturdy and comfortable shoes
if necessary shoes/sandals to change
clothing adapted to the weather in a multi-layer principle
clothes for change
sun and rain protection
Provisions and drinking water
First aid kit
Toilet bag and travel towel
If necessary, hut/camping equipment (tent, sleeping mat, sleeping bag, cooking equipment)
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