Prati di Sara

On foot         Great Interest: Panorama Great Interest: Hystory 
  • Departure: Casalino (940m)
  • Arrival: Casalino (940m)
  • Duration: 6 hour/s
  • Difficulty Level: E - Hiking (level)
  • Difference in height: 950m
  • Maximum Altitude: 1,775m
  • Recommended Period: from June to November
  • Localities Crossed: Casalino - Passo Cisa - M. Bagioletto - Prati di Sara - Miniere - Casalino
  • Comuni: Ligonchio, Villaminozzo (RE)

Zona del Parco: Zone C - Upper Val d'Ozola

The itinerary leaves with a historical route recovered thanks to an initiative of the National Park, then it continues on the traces of the linesmen who used to watch over the important power lines for Florence, across the beech tree wood and along isolated valleys. A completely different landscape awaits you in the plateau of Mt. Bagioletto and Prati di Sara, scattered with seasonal small lakes where you can enjoy a great view. The need for metal processing led to the opening of new mines in the dukedoms of Este between the 16th and 18th century. The mines above Casalino had short life: only a few traces of them are left on the spectacular Ciglio degli Schiocchi.


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Stops: Ostello dei Balocchi (Casalino - Case Bracchi) Tel. +39 347 4878744 - +39 347 0475779, www.ostellodeibalocchi.it - info@ostellodeibalocchi.it; Trattoria 25 in Casalino Tel. +39 0522 899302

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The Park is a mosaic of villages

The Tuscan-Emilian Apennine National Park is made of a variety of distinct and different pieces that come together to create one unforgettable vacation.
While the diversity of the villages, attractions, forests, and mountains may surprise you, their close proximity allows visitors to see a little bit of everything in a short amount of time.
The more you see, the more you can appreciate the entire region. Explore the mosaic of places, people and experiences which make up the Park!

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