Ancient forest of Abruzzo national Park, UNESCO heritage
Excursion among the old-growth beech forests of the Park of Abruzzo a World Heritage Site of Unesco
The 60% of the Park of Abruzzo territory is composed of forests, of which 90% are beech forests. The Abruzzo National Park preserves the beech woods the oldest in Europe, earning the nomination for UNESCO World Heritage listing. Intact ecosystems and biodiversity-rich primordial, where towering patriarchs in excess of 500 years old. These forests are real treasure chests that in them preserve rare or endemic species: the white back woodpecker (Dendrocopos leucotos), the Brown Bear (Ursus arctos marsicanus), or beetles like the Rosalia Alpina (Rosalia alpina). A challenging trek that will allow us to explore the wild heart of the Abruzzo National Park and enjoy the hospitality of the mountain hut.
Hiking shoes, long pants, backpack, hat and woolen gloves, waterproof jacket (possibly gore-tex), water bottle with water, camera.
Ecotur at Via Piave 9 67032 Pescasseroli at 9.00 a.m.
At 9.00 a.m.
At 4.00 p.m.
December 2017 Sunday 3 - 10
Difference in altitude almost 300 m . Km almost 10
€ 35 per person
The cost includes
Guided tour as scheduled and lunch at the refuge (first and second dish)
The cost does not include
Drinks and anything not mentioned in "The fee includes"