Tempo  11 ore 12 minuti

Coordinate 1950

Caricato 24 aprile 2017

Recorded aprile 2017

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1.582 m
863 m
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5,2
10
20,63 km

Visto 1162 volte, scaricato 14 volte

vicino Maranola-Trivio, Lazio (Italia)

La maggior parte del percorso e' in ombra (faggeta) tranne la prima parte fino al m.Redentore (sentiero 960).
Dal Redentore prendiamo il sentiero 962 per la fontana di canale;
dalla fossa Juanna per il sentiero 968 fino al m.Forte troviamo la neve fresca con le scarpe estive o-o.
Al ritorno dritti fino al m.Petrella fuori sentiero lungo la cresta ma sempre in ombra per evitare la neve.
Discesa: sentiero 961 per m.Campetelle e Sant'Angelo
Parcheggio
Panorama
Panorama
Fiori
Croce
Madonna
Fiore
Eremo di San Michele
Bv
Panorama
Monte Redentore
Panorama
Panorama
Fontana di canale
Panorama
Fiori
Panorama
Neve!
Sella Fossa Juanna
Neve, neve!
Fossa Juanna
Panorama
Panorama
968
Sella Strampaduro
Monte Forte
Bv x Strampaduro
M. Strampaduro
Cima dello Stretto
Panorama
Panorama verso m. Forte
M. Petrella
Panorama
M. Campetelle
Campo violette
M. Sant'Angelo
Panorama
Panorama
Rifugio Pornito

2 commenti

  • Joe Harder 4-lug-2019

    I have followed this trail  View more

    This is a great outing for a long day! It is important to know that long parts of this are not on an established trail and you are just finding your way up steep forested ridge lines. The trail also ends with the last few miles on a dirt road if you choose to take the path back to the car shown in the gps track. You can also reverse your original climbing route if you want to stay on trail. The views of the inland ranges and the Gaeta Coast are amazing from all parts of this hike. The best part is all the summits that you stand on top of....a great training hike for preparation to head into larger mountains. Enjoy.

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    sepupic 4-lug-2019

    >>> It is important to know that long parts of this are not on an established trail and you are just finding your way up steep forested ridge lines. The trail also ends with the last few miles on a dirt road...

    Hi!
    Some of my trails are "fuori sentiero" that means "off road", I always warn about it, and this trail is not an exception, you can read it here:
    "Al ritorno dritti fino al m.Petrella ***fuori sentiero*** lungo la cresta ma sempre in ombra per evitare la neve",
    the translation is "our return way until m.Petrella was made off road in order to avoid the snow", previously I wrote we found a lot of snow and we were wearing summer shoes, I apologize if it was not clear enough.
    Please look for this phrase (fuori sentiero) in my trail description in future if you want to follow me and don't want to do other "off roads"

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