ItinerariesFriday 21 September 2018

Hiking in Province of Savona [Photo gallery]

From the sea to a thousand meters of altitude, the environmental diversity offers the possibility of excursions suitable for everyone, from family walks to more demanding itineraries for the most exigent.

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The Savona area is crossed by a dense network of paths that exceeds 300 km. An opportunity to experience a territory known above all for its coasts, in a different way: the wide breathtaking views accompany us to the discovery of ancient villages and castles, age-old beech-woods, caves and ponds, culture and traditions. The slow progress of the hiker's steps is the ideal way to discover the landscapes and hidden corners of the Province of Savona. 

 

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  • Bormida Natura  

The Bormida Natura area is made up of 140 km of trails that join the protected areas that are located in the territory: the Adelasia Regional Reserve, Piana Crixia Regional Natural Park, Bric Tana Regional Natural Park. The whole itinerary is marked by a rectangular green-white-green flag and the initials BN.The routes are mostly passable even on horseback and mountain biking. 

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  • Terre Alte 

The path of the Terre Alte is a path of over 120 km, which connects Andora to Spotorno, passing on the ridges of the Savona hinterland. A fascinating journey through the varied natural environments, ranging from the Mediterranean scrub to the alpine landscape, to the villages of medieval origin, on the slopes and characterized by the ancient defensive fortresses, through the geological richness of the various mountain formations.

 

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  • Poggio Grande 

The Poggio Grande area consists of about over 25 km of trails, located between the coast at Ceriale and the ridges that rise to Pizzo Ceresa and the lunar landscapes of Poggio Grande.

Judit Neuberger

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