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Pietro Valdinoci

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About Pietro Valdinoci

Appassionato di escursionismo, alpinismo e Mtb. Amo la montagna e la vita all'aria aperta in genere... Basta uscire di casa per iniziare una nuova avventura!

Distance travelled

138 mi

Time in motion

57:29 h

Recent Activity
  1. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    August 29, 2020

    05:04
    11.2 mi
    2.2 mph
    3,100 ft
    3,025 ft
    Maria, Davide and 2 others like this.
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      A nice medium-length itinerary that, crossing the splendid Casentino forests, takes us to the peaks of Monte Falco and Falterona until we discover the source of the Arno River.
      We start from Passo della Calla and take the CAI 247A path (between the two asphalted roads), then continue on the CAI 253 to the junction with the CAI 251 where we turn left and with a short ascent we reach Fangacci. From here through the small road we arrive at the military base of Poggio Sodo dei Conti where we take the ridge path (CAI 00) that leads us to the summit of Monte Falco and then to the summit of Monte Falterona. Stop for lunch with Consuma's legendary schiacciata with porcini mushrooms!
      Refreshed we start again following the signs for Capo d'Arno (CAI 3) and soon we reach the source of the river. Then continue on the CAI 3 path reaching the Lago degli Idoli and taking the CAI 4 which with a gentle ascent re-engages the ridge path between Falterona and Falco.
      For the descent, proceed on CAI 00, passing Poggio Sodo dei Conti and Poggio Lastraiolo until returning to Passo della Calla

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      • August 30, 2020

  2. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    August 15, 2020

    03:59
    9.76 mi
    2.4 mph
    4,225 ft
    4,100 ft
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      A small ring that runs along some paths of Montalbano. Starting from the Prato side you reach the ridge near the Torre di Sant'Alluccio, then proceed on the Vinci side reaching the localities of Faltognano and Santa Lucia, from here you reach the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci in Anchiano. The ascent towards the ridge runs through the suggestive Vallebuia with its water mills, then turns in the direction of Sant'Amato along the ancient monumental vineyards and climbs towards the Michele wall and then descends to the parking lot.

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      • August 16, 2020

  3. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    August 2, 2020

    07:44
    11.2 mi
    1.4 mph
    7,300 ft
    7,325 ft
    Marco and Monica like this.
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      The itinerary is not a short loop but still feasible in a day. It starts from the Arnetola valley, unfortunately irremediably scarred by the marble flows of the ravaneti, and takes the ancient via Vandelli towards the Tambura pass. We then continue on the summit and then on the ridge until we cross the path of -1000 which leads us to the heart of Carcaraia with its karst landscape.
      The excursion continues bypassing the Roccandagia towards Campocatino and then rejoining the outward route in the last stretch.

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      • August 18, 2020

  4. Pietro Valdinoci went for a bike ride.

    July 18, 2020

    07:32
    59.4 mi
    7.9 mph
    7,825 ft
    7,825 ft
    Fab62 likes this.
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      The ring starts from Orbetello in the direction of Porto Santo Stefano, then take the panoramic and continue the circumnavigation of Monte Argentario (we have made some detours to go down into the coves). From Porto Ercole you reach the Feniglia and go through it all the way to the coast near Ansedonia. Proceed northwards reaching first Orbetello Scalo and then Albinia, then go along the tongue of land that closes the lagoon to the north up to Giannella, then at the crossroads you take the road that leads back to Orbetello.

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      • August 18, 2020

  5. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    July 17, 2020

    06:09
    14.5 mi
    2.4 mph
    11,225 ft
    10,075 ft
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      A day of walking along the paths of the Giglio Island. From the highest peaks to the most beautiful coves.

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      • August 18, 2020

  6. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    June 27, 2020

    06:45
    7.18 mi
    1.1 mph
    3,675 ft
    3,600 ft
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      From the town of Ugliancaldo you can reach the Ferrata Tordini Galliano via the quarry road, then go up to Foce Seggioli, continue along the Altare, the Cresta di Capradossa, up to the Pizzo d'uccello for the normal route. Then go back down to Giovetto, turn towards Foce Siggioli from where you continue the descent towards Poggio Baldonzana until you return to Ugliancaldo.

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      • August 18, 2020

  7. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    May 23, 2020

    05:24
    9.10 mi
    1.7 mph
    2,375 ft
    2,125 ft
  8. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    September 1, 2019

    07:09
    9.14 mi
    1.3 mph
    5,050 ft
    6,275 ft
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      Second day of excursion in the northern sector of the Apuan Alps. Departure from the Guido Donegani refuge and ascent to the summit of Mount Grondilice. Then return to Biforco via the difficult Canal Fondone path.

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      • August 26, 2020

  9. Pietro Valdinoci went for a hike.

    August 31, 2019

    07:43
    6.72 mi
    0.9 mph
    4,275 ft
    1,700 ft
    Fab62 likes this.
    1. Pietro Valdinoci

      It is the first stage of a two-day trek to discover the northern sector of the Apuan Alps.
      It starts from the Biforco locality on the Massa side and after the nice approach we face the Ferrata del Monte Contrario. The route climbs steep but agile, all resting on the large wall of the Contrario, the greatest difficulty is the heat. Svalicabdi the opposite is then reached Orto di Donna with its refuge from here you go up to Giovo and then to Giovetto from where with a scarce one hour ascent for the Normale you reach the summit of Pizzo d'Uccello. We were surprised by a very strong storm with lightning that fell about twenty meters away, it is not an experience that I would recommend!
      We return to Giovetto and from here with a rapid descent we reach the Donegani refuge where a hot meal and a comfortable bed await us.

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      • August 26, 2020