Horse Riding

Thanks to the presence of historical ways of communication, the landscape and environmental features of particular interest, and the morphology of the territory, the area of the Apennine ridge of Reggio - within Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park - is particularly suitable for horse-riding, both if you want to use it as a means of transport and if you want to carry out tours on horseback.
Appennino Tosco-Emiliano National Park is rich in specific itineraries for horse-riding. Moreover, horse-lovers will find here autochthonous breeds (Ventasso and Bardigiano horses), as well as important thematic summer festivals held in Ramiseto, Monchio delle Corti, and Comano. If you love horse-riding, upper Enza Valley (also called The Horsemen Valley) and the territories adjacent to Lagastrello Pass are ideal places.

On the slopes of the ridge, the central stretch of Grande Ippovia regionale dell'Emilia-Romagna (the Regional Horse Riding Trail of Emilia-Romagna) develops for about 230 km. The trail has been recently recovered and entirely equipped: among the other places, it touches Succiso Nuovo, Scalucchia Pass, Ospedalaccio Pass, Cerreto and Pradarena Passes, Òzola Valley, and «Segheria» mountain hut.
Comano horse-riding trail develops towards Lunigiana. This trail has been recently prepared by recovering ancient mule tracks: in the north of Comano, it gets to Lagastrello, in the south to Alta Via dei Monti Liguri.

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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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