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parco dell'Orecchiella, Corfino
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums
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Essendo a pochi km dal Parco.....nelle belle giornate estive ed autunnali è sempre una bella passeggiata nei boschi !!! Un particolare da segnalare al personale Guardaparco e questo è per il bene dell... read more »Being just a few km from the Park ... in beautiful summer days and autumn is always a nice walk in the Woods! A special mention to staff Park Rangers and this is for the good of the community ... that looked unfortunately the presence of people ignorant and rude! the kind that someone camping comfortably with their blankets in the Botanical Garden! would be at least from rebuke seen the work that gives maintenance!!!show original
Sono tornato nel parco un anno dopo la mia prima visita, ma questa volta per fare trekking. I percorsi che partono dal centro visitatori sono molto belli, tenuti bene e ben segnalati. L'unico suggerim... read more »I'm back in the Park a year after my first visit, but this time for hiking. The paths that depart from the visitor center are very interesting, kept nice and well marked. The only suggestion I have to give to people like me who suffer from Vertigo: to go on Pania di Corfino don't put from scree, there is another very nice trail that leads up to the Summit and traveling from the camp. Me on the trail that goes from the scree I got stuck and I had to go back and the thing could be so dangerous. The other paths are all ok.show original
Area protetta di grande bellezza naturalistica. Ideale per le famiglie con facili passeggiate nei boschi e aree faunistiche recitate dove si possono ammirare è da vicino caprioli, cervi, mufloni e ors... read more »Protected area of scenic beauty. Ideal for families with easy walks in the Woods and wildlife enclosures recite where you can see it up close deer, deer, Mouflon and black bears. To visit the botanical garden with plants characteristics of educational children's areas and the Appennines. The area is managed by the State Forestry Corps and you pay a symbolic entrance fee to visit. It is also possible to stay overnight-booking for time-equipped shelters provided by Foresters.show original
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