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Monte Lupone from Campo di Segni
This short trail (10 kms, 3-4 hours) departs from the peaceful karstic plateau of Campo di Segni and ascends to the third highest peak of the Lepini Mountains, Monte Lupone (1378 metres). The trail is mostly in the beech forest and offers sweeping views over the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apennines.
San Martino al Cimino's baroque ideal town and the ghost of Donna Olimpia Nestled among the chestnut woods that grow on the volcanic ridges of the Cimini Mountains, the small town of San Martino al Cimino has several stories to tell. Above all of these though, looms the shadow of Donna Olimpia "la Pimpaccia", perhaps the …
One a half century of decay weigh heavily on this magnificent medieval abbey ... Abbazia di Santa Maria del Piano - a site that had been on my list for a very long time! This magnificent ruin is set in the beautiful context of the Parco Regionale dei Monti Lucretili, a vast protected area east of …
The nature reserve of the Navegna and Cervia mountains is among the least known of Lazio's protected areas; protecting over 3,500 hectares in the Carseolani mountain range, this protected area stands out as one of the best places for hikers looking for stunning views and landscapes. In another article I will be describing the history of …

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