After reaching the highest peak of the Romagna Apennines (Monte Falco 1.658 m) from which we will be able to appreciate a fantastic panorama, we will descend to the source of the Arno also known as Capo d’Arno, which the Supreme Poet Dante Alighieri mentions in his “Divine Comedy” and to the Idoli Lake, a famous place of worship where, at the beginning of the 19th century, hundreds of bronze statuettes were found that for centuries were thrown into the lake by the Etruscans as votive offerings.
Starting point: 9.30 am from the chalet La Burraia (see link on maps)
12.30 p.m. arrival at the source of the Arno river followed by a packed lunch on the shores of the lake.
Arrival point: Chalet La Burraia at 3.00 p.m.
Participation is free, reservation required.
What is included: environmental guide service and insurance.
What’s not included: transportation.
Required: hiking clothing, hiking shoes, packed lunch.