From Garfagnana to Bismantova

Across Appennino Tosco-Emiliano

On foot         Great Interest: Geology Great Interest: Panorama 
  • Difficulty Level: E+ - Hiking (level)+
  • Recommended Period: from June to November

Zona del Parco: Traverses

A shorter itinerary lasting 4 days and ending at the foot of the famous Pietra di Bismantova.

It is always possible to spend the night in mountain huts or hotels-mountain huts, and sometimes it is possible to split up the laps in two days. The departure point and an intermediate point (Cerreto Pass) offer hotels and hostels and are served by public means of transport also on holidays (bus or train). The arrival point requires a further day along Via Francigena to reach the public means of transport from Berceto (bus) or from Pontremoli (train).

The recommended period goes from June to October, but the mountain huts are usually open from late June to mid-September. CAI Battisti and Sarzana Mountain Huts offer a small bivouac which is always open, while along the way there are also the bivouacs Rosario and Schiaffino, and a hotel-mountain hut at Pradarena Pass. Along the alternative route to Bismantova you will find the bivouac S. Maria Maddalena, while the reference hostels and hotels are always open by previous booking.

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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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