Mt. Cisa and Mt. Prampa

On foot         Great Interest: Geology Great Interest: Panorama 
  • Departure: Rifugio Monteorsaro (1,278m)
  • Arrival: Monteorsaro
  • Duration: 4 hour/s 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Level: E+ - Hiking (level)+
  • Difference in height: 600m - maximum 1,701m
  • Recommended Period: from May to October
  • Localities Crossed: Monteorsaro - M. Cisa - M. Prampa - Monteorsaro
  • Comuni: Villa Minozzo, Ligonchio

Zona del Parco: Zone B - Upper Val Dolo and Val d'Asta

Mt. Cisa and Mt. Prampa can be seen from the whole Val Secchia, since they stand out from the main ridges and seem to protect from the north wind the village of Monteorsaro, the highest historical settlement of the valley. Therefore, great panoramas and great geological and landscape interest, along trails crossing ancient pastures that have been contented for centuries.

Stops: Monteorsaro Mountain Hut, 32 beds, open during the summer and the weekends, Tel. +39 329 6216576 - www.rifugiomonteorsaro.it

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On Prampa
Mt. Cisa in winter
Autumn colors at the foot of Mt. Prampa
Summit of Mt. Cisa
 
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