Short, wide, long and narrow, snowshoes are one of the many possibilities available to enjoy the beauty of the Romagna Apennines, surrounded by unspoiled and silent nature.
Walking at a slow pace on the snow is an alternative and sustainable way to relate to mountain landscapes and get in close contact with them.
A fun experience and if we want an alternative to traditional winter sports, which both adults and children can share together.
Snowshoeing does not require particular motor skills, with the exception of the fact that compared to a simple trekking it involves a greater expenditure of energy. However, it is essential to be motivated by a pinch of healthy curiosity and adventure towards nature.
The landscapes of the Casentinesi Forests National Park, Monte Falterona and Campigna, on the border between Tuscany and Romagna, are capable of offering unforgettable moments surrounded by the white and cold winter blanket.
Here from Passo Calla to Monte Falco, from Passo Peschiera to that of Valbura, from Muraglione to Monte Busca, there are many places on the Tuscan-Romagna ridge where you can try adventurous walks with snowshoes.
Same thing for the area of Monte Fumaiolo and the Simone and Simoncello Park with many paths and excursions organized by local associations.