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Monte Terminillo, Rieti

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Monte Terminillo is a massif in the Monti Reatini, part of the Abruzzi Apennine range in central Italy. It is located some 20 km from Rieti and 100 km from Rome and has a highest altitude of 2217m.It is a typical Apennine massif, both for its morphology, articulated but not exceedingly sharp, and for the fauna and vegetation. Its slopes are separated by the neighbouring smaller massifs by deep valleys, including the Valle Leonina, leading to Leonessa, and the Ravara and Capo Scura valleys leading to that of the Velino River. On the opposite sides are the Valle dell'Inferno ("Hell's Valley") and Valle degli Angeli ("Angels' Valley") leading to Rieti's plain and the mounts of Cantalice.The Terminillo is an active ski resort.
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  • Good winter place to visit for a short weekend trip. Monte Terminillo is about an hour and 45 minutes drive from Rome. It is advisable to bring some food from home as there were not much dining option...  more »
  • We went up at four 'o clock in the morning. I said "We could go to see the snow". In fact, we had a quite gray hard working period, and it was a bit that we did not go out of the town. The Salaria fro...  more »
  • Only an hour drive away from Rome, Monte Terminillo is the only real mountain in the centre of Italy. It's still wild with horses, cows, hawks, someone says also wolves, deers...  more »