My trekking in the 3 cime di lavaredo park touching the Lavaredo, Locatelli and Auronzo huts. Here are all the photos and info. ^^^ The view going to the shelter Lavaredo ^^^ During this summer 2018 we had a weird vacation week […]
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I tell you a day immersed in the woods full of snow. A day of snowshoes and laughter, sun and breathtaking views like this. A DAY IN SNOWSHOES IN THE NORTHEAST OF ITALY || FROM CLEULIS TO CASERA TIERZ THE START Sunday […]
5 easy treks in Friuli Venezia Giulia for the Autumn season
Autumn is an intense emotion.
The first cold, the chestnuts on the fire, hot tea after dinner.
An aura of nostalgia, thinking over the summer, comes over me.
But there are still the latest village festivals. So we hope for good weather and we come out, we want to stay outdoor trying to prolong the summer. A little more. And then go to the last grill night, to the last trips to the sunny beaches. But what is missing?
Well certainly the leaves. Their colors that surround us during a mountain walk.
The yellow and red in all their shades make us feel lucky to live in this paradise.
And then discover the maple, the ash and our huge beech forests, the black pine and the chestnut trees that this season fill our paths. And then the Mugo with its roots, who knows how many climbers helped during an hike or the spruce, amazing.
With these beautiful autumn days, it’s a pleasure to indulge in the woods or along a path for a few hours, so here are my 5 favorite walks to discover the autumn colors in Friuli.
1 – Fusine Lake and Zacchi hut
The Fusine lakes are connected by a beautiful trail that continues to the Zacchi hut in just over an hour. This walk is beautiful in any season, but when the thick forests of spruce are tinged autumn colors are lovely. The red leaves contrast to the crystalline waters of the two Alpine ponds behind the imposing Mangart mountain make Fusine a magical place.
It is September 3rd and temperatures have dropped suddenly. During the night the first snow flakes came down and the tallest mountains were whitewashed. A beautiful fortune for the first walk of September.
A day to discover the Valley of the Time, also known as Val Pesarina. Famous since the ‘700 for the construction of clocks today is a beautiful village to discover with great taverns, a museum on watchmaking and a path that goes on throughout the […]