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Parco dell'Orecchiella

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Parco dell'Orecchiella

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Alexander P wrote a review Sep 2019
Cambridge, United Kingdom932 contributions274 helpful votes
The national park offers nice hikes and the visitor centre sells excellent local produce including light cakes that will keep you going. There is a bar serving good coffee, too.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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richard g wrote a review Aug 2016
Reading, United Kingdom44 contributions11 helpful votes
A very natural nature reserve in a stunning location. Once at the visitor centre there is a small restaurant and a deli selling freshly made sandwiches. The park is set over a huge area so never feels busy although the small restaurant does get booked up so try to arrive for an early lunch or bring a picnic. For youngsters there are streams they can paddle in and plenty of open spaces. The bear enclosure is worth a visit and the entry fee is a max of 2 euros per adult or 1 for children. Despite having been a few times we still get lost! From castelnuovo you need to follow signs for corfino and from here it is clearly signposted!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Ktcurlykt wrote a review Aug 2016
Wimborne, United Kingdom12 contributions4 helpful votes
Something for everyone with an excellent range of brilliantly way-marked paths. None of the route descriptions are in English but there is a way-marker at very regular intervals so we didn't even need a map. Amazing views and some challenging terrain (red circle walk) but completely worth it. So many different butterflies, moths, flowers. Lovely sandwich in visitor centre made from local ingredients. Go if you're anywhere near!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Patruke wrote a review Sep 2015
Bath, United Kingdom8 contributions4 helpful votes
Lovely, looked after in a caring ,natural way. Its big, great for walking and a good eatery near the visitor centre.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Nicholas L wrote a review Aug 2015
Oxford17 contributions2 helpful votes
As well as the visitor centre which is, entirely properly, the subject of these reviews, I would strongly encourage all competent hikers to explore the paths into the mountains. The visitor centre has details of three paths waymarked in yellow and blue and sponsored by Airone magazine. There are also paths waymarked in red and white by the Club Alpino Italiano. From the captivating village of Corfino, you can take path 58 via the chapel of San Pellegrino to Campaiana, and return on path 56 via the Fountain of Love. There are several routes to the summit of the Pania di Corfino (1603m). From this summit there is a stupendous near-360-degree panorama of the Serchio valley, the Apuan Alps, and the main Apennine ridge. Good walkers can continue to Monte Vecchio and Monte Prado, the highest peak in Tuscany.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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