At the Foot of Mt. Losanna

On foot         Great Interest: Flora Great Interest: Wildlife Great Interest: Panorama 
  • Departure: Apella (676m)
  • Arrival: Apella (676m)
  • Duration: 7 hour/s
  • Difficulty Level: E+ - Hiking (level)+
  • Difference in height: 1,180m
  • Maximum Altitude: 1,620m
  • Recommended Period: from May to November
  • Localities Crossed: Apella - Passo Giovarello - M. Bragalata - Passo Compione - Tornini - Iera - Compione - Apella
  • Comuni: Licciana Nardi, Bagnone (MS), Monchio delle Corti (PR)

Zona del Parco: Zone E - Upper Val d'Enza and Val Taverone

From the wonderful village of Apella, you will reach the overhanging ridge along the mule tracks crossing the local valleys, chestnut woods, summer mountain pastures, beech woods, and then go down among the villages of Bagnone Valley.
You can reach Apella climbing from Tavernelle and Taponecco: you will notice the tower of the ancient castle transformed into monastery, farmstead, and now holiday farm (Montagna Verde). You can leave from here and reach the nearby village of Apella following the trail markers of Trekking Lunigiana.

Stops: Montagna Verde Holiday Farm La Torre di Apella rooms and restaurant Tel. +39 0187 421203

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Conca dei Tornini with Mt. Matto
Compione Pass
Along the road of Tornini
 
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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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