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The green itinerary (from Fiuggi to Collepardo)
The territory has so many paths and trails in an endless maze that they will meet the needs of both casual walkers and more trained athletes. The trails are suitable for all walks of life, who can tackle the plains, the gently climbing hills, as well as a hike into the Ernici mountains. The mountains are rich in forests and greenery, granting us glimpses of unforgettable panoramic views and moments of meditation within foreststhat are centuries-old and unspoiled.
in a weekend
DAY 1: Fiuggi
Going to Fiuggi is to dive into chestnut forests that allow you to discover completely different colours, scents and sounds in all four seasons. First, a rejuvenating walk in the forest around the Terme (Baths). This walk is also great for children, who can enjoy running through the forest, discovering the immense variety of colours and the bio-diversity of the undergrowth.
DAY 2: Collepardo, il Sentiero dei Santi, Grotte di Collepardo
A trip to Trisulti will require an early wake-up call. Here there are two different possibilities that are suitable for visitors who are travelling with children: from the Cappellette alla Rotonaria and then going to look at the Certosa di Trisulti (Charterhouse of Trisulti) from above by crossing over a part of Selva d’Ecio, one of the oldest forests in Lazio. You could also walk the beautiful Sentiero dei Santi (Trail of the Saints) that skirts the stream, and there are also some small wooden bridges in a few scenic spots. We are in the vicinity of the Grotte di Collepardo (Collepardo Caves). Inside we will be able to see the colonies of bats that live among the stalactites and stalagmites. Visiting the caves is a great family friendly experience.