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Trekking in the Apennines.
Trekking en los Apeninos.
El GEA - Grande Excursione Appenninica. Guía de Trekking.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Autor: Gillian Price.
1ª edición.
10 Febrero 2005.
144 páginas.
9 mapas. 67 fotos.
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.
Seasons: Anytime from April to October is possible and recommended, although there may be snow early in the year. July-August are finest but also busiest.Centres: Access via the main towns of Northern Italy. Start is Bocca Trabaria, north end is Montelungo. Good accommodation in huts and inns, but few large towns along the route.Difficulty: Surprisingly rugged, 400km long and between 400m and 2000m in height; not for softies, this is a fairly tough 3 week trek.Must See: Perhaps Italy?s best-kept secret, wonderful walking, wildlife, flowers ? the scene for Eric Newby?s ''Love and War in the Appenines''.
Nearly 400km in length, and ranging between 400m and 2000m above sea level, the exhilarating Great Apennines Trek (GEA) spends just over three weeks criss-crossing the central-north section of the range, following routes established by long-gone invaders and traders, and trodden by pilgrims and shepherds since time immemorial.

Dipping in and out of Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna, the trek makes its way northwest up Italy traversing two national parks dotted with pretty lakes.