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Sentiero Geologico Canzo - Terz'Aple, Canzo
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Sentiero Geologico Canzo - Terz'Aple is located in Canzo. A visit to Sentiero Geologico Canzo - Terz'Aple represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Canzo vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • A quiet walk, beautiful, allowing fast spin for anyone who needs to do some exercise in the same way that offers a lovely day to reserve a day so fun and educational for children. The geological trail is delicious and makes it possible to know, as the name suggests, related to the geological history of the area. Leads to a fabulous neighborhood, that of Terz'Alpe, from where you can continue on to several destinations, one more beautiful than the other and something for everyone. For the return passage from Second'Alpe Council and Prim'Alpe, without losing the spirit of the Woods that will make the happiness of children (but not only). To repeat, never gets old.
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  • Also recommended for families, various paths through the Woods some easy other kinda challenging, not to be missed on the trail through the "spirit of the forest" ideal for children and not only
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  • Wonderful walk through the woods of Corni di Canzo with different attractions both in terms of geological landscape. Simple for children also allows you to make a detour and reach Primalpe if you do not want to walk too much. Walk accompanied by the pleasant gurgling streams allows you to enjoy the Woods and mountains.
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