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Riserva MAB Appennino Tosco-Emiliano

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Janet
Janet
June 1, 2018
Also known as the Parco del Gigante, it is one of the largest National Parks in Emilia. Great for walking and horseriding. opportunities for climbing, mountain biking, water sports, camping and following the Matilda dei Canossa way.
Monica
Monica
January 24, 2018
The highest mountain in Tuscany, Mount Prado (2054 mt) is located in our mountains on the border between Tuscany and Emilia Romagna.
Lucia
Lucia
August 24, 2016
A National Park between Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. Between Cisa and Forbici Passes, the forest ridges separating Tuscany from Emilia give way to a real mountain environment. The summits of Alpe di Succiso, Mt. Prado, and Mt. Cusna go beyond the 2,000 meters, the forests give way to rocks,…
Maria Teresa
Maria Teresa
March 12, 2014
Between Cisa and Forbici Passes, the forest ridges separating Tuscany from Emilia give way to a real mountain environment with an extraordinary environmental richness.
Annarita
Annarita
November 10, 2019
L'Appennino Emiliano offre una vastita' di luoghi da visitare , consigliatissimi per amanti di sport all'aperto: si può praticare nel periodo invernale lo sci di fondo , sciare e ciaspolare. In primavera e in estate si possono fare bellissime camminate, arrampicare e per gli amanti della MTB,…

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