Discovering the mountains of Emilia Romagna’s Apennines
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Discovering the mountains of Emilia Romagna’s Apennines

by /// August 31, 2021 /// Estimated reading time: < 1 minute

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They’re cold days in Italy…

Frost, cold, ice, how many times have you heard these words in last days?
An arctic low-pressure area is going through our country carrying with it a sharp air and very low temperatures.

But today we would like to invite you to a different adventure, that we can say daring in some aspects: this weekend instead of staying warm at your home we’d like to carry there where the freeze air beats harder, in the position where Winter shows his bad face… On the peaks of the Apennines of Emilia Romagna.
They are accessible places only for those adventurous, exceptionally available for you at home due to the power of digital photography.

  • Cimone Mount – Modena @ila_cerbia
  • Cimone Mount – Modena – @marco_gozzi
  • Cimone Mount – Modena – @mirkosancassani
  • Cusna Mount – ReggioEmilia – @lollocappucci
  • Cusna Mount – ReggioEmilia –  @nic_zano
  • Prado Mount – Reggio Emilia/Lucca – @oaksec
  • Prado Mount [Bargetana Lake ] – Reggio Emilia/Lucca -@marco61montefuso
  • Alpe di Succiso – ReggioEmilia – @fabreezeeo
  • Alpe di Succiso – ReggioEmilia – @ferretti_marco
  • Alpe di Succiso – ReggioEmilia – @febo_tara
  • Alpe di Succiso – ReggioEmilia – @luca_stefani
  • Alpe di Succiso – ReggioEmilia – @alaska_spines
  • Corno Alle Scale – Bologna – @albertocovelli_
  • Corno Alle Scale – Bologna – @davideg23
  • Corno Alle Scale – Bologna – @dragoshursache
  • Corno Alle Scale – Bologna – @confeblu
  • Corno Alle Scale – Bologna – @ethiew
  • Maggiorasca Mount – Parma/Genova – @smarta82
  • Maggiorasca Mount – Parma/Genova – @marcopolleri
  • Giovo Mount – Modena – @paoloformik
  • Giovo Mount – Modena – @cri_gnd
  • Giovo Mount – Modena – @geobuzz_
  • Giovo Mount – Modena – @ammodo_jpg
  • Sasso di Simone – Rimini – @ildani79
  • Sasso di Simone – Rimini – @1993_denis
  • Bue Mount – Parma – @jacopo.baldi
  • Bue Mount – Parma – @ilsecoloxix
  • Bue Mount – Parma – @alice__mariani27
  • Lesima Mount – Piacenza – @cristinvalla
  • Falco Mount – Firenze/Arezzo/Forlì-Cesena – @ila2811
  • Cimone Mount seen by the Falco Mount – Firenze/Arezzo/Forlì-Cesena – @alessandro.persiani
  • Falco Mount – Firenze/Arezzo/Forlì-Cesena – @sardellif
  • Falco Mount – Firenze/Arezzo/Forlì-Cesena – @enrybart


We will go on the top of Cimone Mount, which with its 2165 meters is the highest peak in the Apennines (and from which ti is possible to run you sight far away until the Corsica), and then we will climb the Cusna Mount, Alpe di Succiso and the Corno alle Scale.
We will bring you on the heights of Mount Maggiorasca, on the border between Liguria and the Parma province, on Monte Giovo, which instead marks the border with Tuscany and then we will lead you in Romagna Region, to Sasso di Simone, a huge limestone blocks which stands on the Rimini’s Apennines.

The only trick we ‘d like to suggest you is to not forget to wear gloves and hat, even though our photo gallery is a digital product, the winter images have the power to bring off the temperatures even at your home! ;)

 

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Walter Manni

Explorer and Adventurer: loves sailing the oceans, climbing the highest mountains and surfing on the waves of the web

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