Dinosaurs's Trail, Rovereto

(3.7/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • A nice walk in the middle of nature, the main trail for everyone, well signposted. For the difficult route (not over the top) you can see something more like some beautiful prints. Breathtaking scenery.
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  • Let it be clear: it is not a Museum and there is nothing "untrue and rebuilt" to use and consumption of the users. It is instead a nice mountain hike on a trail or on trails well marked, and you discover the footsteps of dinosaurs, but also the particularities of these rocks, in thin layers and very different from those on the other side of the Valley. And you dive in Dante's hell. When you go to look for fossils in the mountains, it is just that: a good walk with the watchful eyes to notice any strangeness in the rocks. So there are no bars or places for picnics and there are no bathrooms. They would spoil the atmosphere. Though there are billboards with simple and clear and useful explanations. I admit that I would go back with the Guide, to be sure I don't miss anything about this place which is a rarity. One tip: booties and avoid going there when the ground is wet or ice-cream, to avoid sliding downhill.
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  • Follow the Strada degli Artiglieri by car for about 15 minutes and park at the end of the road at the Baita degli Alpini (mountain hut). The road is quite narrow and there are many hikers on the road ...  more »