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Trekking on Monte Cimone and the surrounding area

The pleasure of walking while surrounded by nature

Monte Cimone and the many small villages that stand at its feet offer endless opportunities for pleasant walks and trekking excursions, both for beginners and for more experienced walkers.

The territory has numerous trails marked by CAI (Italian Alpine Club), as well as others with local signs. We recommend that you equip yourself with maps and that you do not venture outside the trails, unless you have achieved full mastery of the territory.

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Below, we are providing just a few possible ideas for trekking trails around Monte Cimone; contact us for specific advice and we will be happy to help you organise the most suitable excursions.

Ancient mines of Montecreto

A trekking trail to discover the chalcopyrite mines in the Montecreto archaeological and mining area. The trek can last about 4 hours and leads to the discovery of the mines used mostly between 1939 and 1959, with parts of the tunnels that can still be visited today.

The porters’ trail

This trail lasts about 4 hours, round trip, following path 11 indicated by the local signs (white and light blue trail signs).
It is a trek that starts from the Rifugio della Ninfa and climbs up to Mount Cimone and is reminiscent of “the porters” who, in the first years of the military settlement, had to bring provisions and other materials to the military base on the mountain, in any weather conditions.

Sestola and the tour of the villages


A pleasant, not very challenging tour, lasting about 4 hours, moving around a ring, from south-east to north-west, that touches the main villages in the area around Sestola.