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Alpine Eco - Faunistic Observatory, Aprica
(4.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • On the northern slope of the Orobie Alps, just a short cable car which takes you there in a few minutes from the Centre of the beautiful town of Aprica, is an interesting destination where you can see and learn a lot about the Alpine environment. It is an interesting destination for all those who love nature, of all ages.
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  • The visit is interesting, informative, Bernardo, Lorenzo and Louise prepared and will transmit their passion for mountain animals ... see the bear then is a unique experience for adults and children.
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  • Party pretty skeptical despite the great reviews, I changed my mind after the first few minutes of travel. The meeting is at 8.30 at the box office of Palabione where awaits Bernardo real host and creator of this site. the ticket price including ascent by cable car is if I remember correctly about 12 euros. Once at the top Bernardo guides you in great detail in the forest below between Bears!!, ibex, chamois, owls and hawks in great detail, anecdotes, information and everything that even the best Piero Angela would know to say. The walk in the Woods is doable for everyone young and old but is fairly longish about 3 hours so plan properly. The def recommend if you are in the area another thanks to Bernardo and his wife for sympathy and kindness
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