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Whether for the view or for the challenge, climbing the mountainous peaks around Pratovecchio Stia is the best way to experience more of this beautiful region. But with 13 to choose from, it can be tough to know which peak to proceed with. That’s why we’ve collected the best peaks and summits around Pratovecchio Stia for you here — so you can easily add one to your next adventure.

The top 13 peaks around Pratovecchio Stia

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    1

    Eremo di Camaldoli

    Hiking Highlight

    Hermitage is a Greek word that means desert. So the structure of the Sacred Hermitage is inspired by the spirituality of the desert fathers: monks who retreated from the first …

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    Davide
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    Poggio Scali

    Hiking Highlight

    Easy walk of just over an hour (one way) along a wooded and magical ridge up to the top of Poggio Scali from which you have a view of most of the park and the Falco and Falterona mountains.

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    Mario
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    Monte Falterona

    Hiking Highlight

    a complete life of the Romagna hills ... to leave you speechless ... Both with snow and with the sun.
    Particularly recommended in the Fall Foliage period which returns truly special colors.

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    Maria
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    Passo della Calla

    Hiking Highlight

    Starting point of the path that leads to the hermitage of Camaldoli, one of the most beautiful segments of the Alta Via dei Parchi! Definitely deserves to be visited for the millenary forest in which it is immersed.

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    Passo Fangacci

    Hiking Highlight

    The Fangacci refuge, built in the 1950s and owned by the Carabinieri of the Pratovecchio Biodiversity Department, has been managed exclusively by Fitness Tuscany since 2020.
    Located in the heart …

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    Davide
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    Monte Falco

    Hiking Highlight

    Mount Falco (1658 m a.s.l.) is the highest mountain in the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines. (Source: Wikipedia)

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    Not very isolated place a few tens of meters from the Fangacci parking lot very popular with campers. But it is still a valid shelter in case of rain or a good place to organize a lunch.

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    Passo dei Mandrioli

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Fundamental crossing between Tuscany and Romagna. Crossing point for numerous trails to and from the Casentino Forest National Park

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    Tre Faggi

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Alternative to the Muraglione climbing from Forli. A suggestive step and not too hard. Very little traffic.

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    Bivacco Fratta

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    When open it can be used for sleeping or cooking while hiking or biking in the park.

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    Maria
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    Rifugio La Burraia

    Hiking Highlight

    To recognize it from the more recent Chalet Burraia, located further down the road to the Fangacci, it is also called the Casone.
    Born as a "grand ducal stable", in …

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    Monte Gabrendo

    Hiking Highlight

    Monte Gabrendo (1539 m) is located in the Upper Casentino, and is the mountain on which the Burraia ski resort once stood.
    This station has been in disuse for several …

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    Davide
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    San Paolo in Alpe

    Hiking Highlight

    San Paolo in Alpe is a small, completely uninhabited mountain village, located in a high altitude meadow (1000 meters above sea level). The ruined church, the tiny cemetery and a …

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    Davide

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