One of the symbols of the Marches: the Lame Rosse. A fantastic and evocative place made even more magical by the colors and lights of the sunset! We will walk from a panoramic point on Lake Fiastra and then immerse ourselves in the holm oak wood, which will accompany us to a small valley where the spectacle of the Lame Rosse opens! Return along the same path. Meeting point: Fiastra (MC), Bar Il Gatto e la Volpe, San Lorenzo al Lago, 3.30 pm Points of interest: Lake Fiastra, Bosco di Leccio, Lame Rosse. End of activity: approx. 7.00 pm Length: 7 km. Difference in altitude: about 400 m. Difficulty: tourist / excursionist Transport: own vehicles
Excursion fee: € 15 (environmental guide service) Discounted fee: 10 € (under 14 years)
What to bring (mandatory): hiking shoes, mask, alcohol-based sanitizing gel, sweater or fleece, jacket, hat, 1 liter water, chocolate, dried fruit and kway. Replacement to keep in the car. Poles, binoculars and a camera are recommended.
COVID-19 note - During the excursion we will have to keep the interpersonal distance of 2 meters and the masks ready for use (not worn during the progression but only during stops and in closed places that do not allow the distance of 1 m). - Wash your hands with alcohol-based sanitizing gel after touching foreign objects. - It is forbidden to share food and drinks - In compliance with the contagion containment measures, if you suffer from flu-like symptoms (widespread pain, fever, cold, cough), if you have come into contact with people affected by Covid-19 in the last 10 days or if you have undergone to the extent of the quarantine, you will not be able to participate in the excursion. - In case of lack of interpersonal protective equipment, it will not be possible to participate in the excursion. - Car-sharing is not possible except for short distances, therefore everyone will have to reach the starting point of the excursion with their own car. Some of these notes do not apply to relatives.
Reservations required by 2 pm on Thursday 25 February. The excursion will be confirmed upon reaching a minimum number of participants.
For information and reservations: Niki (AIGAE Environmental Hiking Guide): cell. 3286762576, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org