6 km roundtrip
150 m per day
The hike is also suitable for people who are not accustomed to go into the mountain.
The path led us in a ancient beech wood where the trees are keepers of tradition, history and biodiversity. Here we can found the presence of the rare white-backed Woodpecker or the the more mysterious and rare Rosalia longicorn beetle. All this makes the ancient forest of Pescasseroli a very special place.
A journey to the movie set of The Fox and the Child where the trees take on fairy shapes and where we have the possibility to see tracks of wildlife. The fox and the child recounts the story of a magical, life-changing encounter between a wild fox and a young girl, portraying the story of their impossible friendship played out against a breath-taking mountainside wilderness.
Arrival in Pescasseroli (L’Aquila) at 9 a.m and meeting with our guide in our offices at Largo Molinari (Pescasseroli). Short transfer by car to the starting point. The path led us in a ancient beech wood where the trees are keepers of tradition, history and biodiversity. Here we can found the presence of the rare white-backed woodpecker or the the more mysterious and rare Rosalia longicorn beetle. All this makes the ancient forest of Pescasseroli a very special place.
Quota di partecipazione
€ 10 / adult
€ 8 / young (10-14 year-old)
€ 6 / kids (4-10 year-old)
Guide and organization
What is not included
Extra and personal expenses
Temperatures depend on season and time, warm clothes and dress up in layers is recommended.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Rucksack (18+ litres)
Waterproof jacket with hood
Technical walking trousers
Sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunscreen)
Water bottles or water bladder (at least 0.5 l)
Sure can! Over 30% of our travellers travel solo, it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.
This hiking is designed for families and children starting 4+ years old.
Ask for a private tour if you need an exclusive experience. Send us an e mail and we’ll answer you back with the quotation.
Refreshment point and toilet services are not available during this hike, you need to bring with you water and snack or fruits.
Outdoor activities are weather dependent. If we are forced to cancel an activity due to extreme weather conditions, an alternative date, activity or full refund will be provided. Please note that changes may occur at a short notice, even on the same day.
Our guides are registered at the list of Collegio Guide Alpine Abruzzo and subscribed a professional insurance.
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Pescasseroli è il centro principale del Parco Nazionale d’Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise, la più antica area protetta d’Italia, da quasi un secolo a garanzia della vita in armonia con la natura. E’ facilmente raggiungibile in auto attraverso tre punti di accesso.
DA ROMA (A24 Roma-L’Aquila) In auto da Roma si percorre l’autostrada A24 fino al casello di Pescina. Si prosegue sulla SR83 o sulla SP17 sino a Pescasseroli. DA PESCARA (A25 Roma-Pescara) In auto da Pescara si percorre l’autostrada A25 fino al casello di Pescina. Si prosegue sulla SR83 o sulla SP17 sino a Pescasseroli. DA NAPOLI (A1 Napoli-Roma) In auto da Napoli si percorre l’A1 fino al casello di Caianello. Si imbocca la SS85 per Venafro e si prosegue sulla SR83 sino a Pescasseroli.
Pescasseroli è raggiungibile anche in autobus con il servizio pubblico Tua Abruzzo e collegamenti giornalieri da Castel di Sangro e da Avezzano. Per chi proviene da Roma è anche possibile consultare gli orari delle compagnie Flixbus e Prontobus che effettuano collegamenti dagli aeroporti di Roma e Ciampino verso l’Abruzzo.