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Sentiero Spirito del Bosco, Canzo
(4.5/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • The hike was gorgeous but definitely not for small children ... we have tried (with Backpack etc) with our 2 years ... then except during holidays you can't Park on a loaded waggon, whatever. Then it takes at least an hour to get to 1°. And that's good enough because the trail is an old mule track wide and slowly climb. We took a picnic at 1° alpe and it was gorgeous. The trail of the forest we did half on foot but the other with backpack and is at LEAST another hour and a half up and down on trails sometimes sucked and between roots etc I for example I didn't feel to hold the backpack with the little one. Finally arrived at 3° alpe we rested, beautiful even the farm animals free and the tractor! you however from there ... another hour at least to return to loaded waggon. In short, among all stayed for 4 hours and the small mountains in the end was destroyed. then at LEAST 4 years of age NO NO NO for infants
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  • Made with 5 children ages 4 to 8 years. The walk is quite demanding. The mule track that leads to first-alpe rises steeply with dirt and compact in the Woods. If the weather permits, easy to find nuts and chestnuts. Arrived at Prim'Alpe (ca 45 minutes) is the water at source and the entrance to the trail with sculptures real. Are other 45/60 min to a more rugged path (no strollers) but with many sculptures that are liked very much to children. At the end I suggest stop at third alpe: great food, personable and attentive. The polenta with sausages and onion I stole my heart.
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  • I didn't expect I would have been so surprised. I was excited. The path and all his sculptures are so well integrated with nature and the surrounding forest that seems to be really out of touch with reality. I've been a sunny Sunday in early October with an Asian girlfriend, to accompany her on this path and she was ecstatic. Easy access (about 1:30 ' walk without tiring slope). Suggersico to choose the right (the big bear), and then descend from the path of the spirit through Prim'Alpe upon return. Don't miss the first-leg at the base of Legambiente in the Alps.
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