Snowshoeing in the moonlight

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4 h
Availability : from December to March
Min Age : 9+
Max People : 15

Describing the charm of this experience is not easy. We will climb with snowshoes the woods of the forest to reach overlooks and enchanting panoramic viewpoints. The brightness of the moon and snow will allow us to walk for a long without using torches. The shadows of beech trees will keep us company, while they are reflected on the bright snow.


Fascination and emotion in the winter evenings


Moderate The hike has no technical difficulties, it takes place on mountain trails in wooded areas and meadows with easy climbs and descents.

Elevation gain

250 m up and down


6-8 km roundtrip

It is white. Like a pem of great purity. It freezes nature and covers it. Making every landscape a painting. It is always changing. Like a piece of calligraphy. For there are ten thousand ways to shape the word snow.

Maxence Fermine

What is included

  • Guide and organization
  • Headlamps, snowshoes and poles
  • A cup of hot tea and typical biscuits

What is not included

  • Any transports
  • Extra and personal expenses

Day 1Snowshoeing in the moonlight

Appointment in Pescasseroli (L’Aquila) at 4 p.m.; introduction of the guide in our offices at Largo Molinari. We will give you the equipment (snowshoes, ski poles and torches). There will be a short moving until the begin of the path; the starry sky will keep us company during this silent walk, often giving us falling stars. A hot infusion and homemade biscuits will make pleasant the breaks to take landscape photographs.

  • The real opportunity to see deers, wolves and chamoises in their habitat
  • Lights and colors on the most important tops of Abruzzo National Park
  • An evening walk, hot tea and typical biscuits
What to bring

Hiking boots, jacket with waterproof and windproof cap, backpack, water bottle, leggings, hat and gloves of wool or fleece (in winter are always better than waterproof), sunglasses, long pants and sun protection cream. During the ambushes can be cold so we recommend dressing in layers.

How to reach us

Pescasseroli is the most important village of Abruzzo National Park, the oldest Italian protected area; it has guaranteed a life in harmony with nature for almost a century. You can easily reach it by car through three access points. FROM ROME (Highway A24 Rome – L’Aquila): from Rome highway A24 until Pescina exit, proceed on SR83 or on SP17 until Pescasseroli. FROM PESCARA (Highway A25 Roma – Pescara): from Pescara highway A25 until Pescina exit, go on towards SR83 or towards SP17 until Pescasseroli. FROM NAPLES (Highway A1 Naples – Rome): from Naples highway A1 until Caianello exit, enter SS85 towards Venafro and then proceed on SR83 until Pescasseroli.

You can arrive by bus thanks to daily connections from Castel di Sangro and Avezzano. Check the timetable on the the website Connections by train are only until Avezzano station. For those who come from Rome it is possible to check the timetable of Prontobus company that connects Roma and Ciampino airports to Abruzzo.