Itineraries and Landscapes


Itinerario Q – TRAIL "DEL PASSO LUPO"

The route is easily accessible and not very long (about 7 kilometres). It starts with the CAI 519 pathway that leaves Via dei Pratoni del Vivaro in front of the entrance to the Federal Centre of Horse-Riding and has the first stretch in common with the itinerary "P" (which leads south towards Monte Artemisio).

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Itinerary A – The Circumnavigation Of Lake Albano

The entire circuit is 10,5 kilometres long and is easily accessible and it starts at the so-called "Cabina del Papa" (the pump that takes water to the Pontifical residence) which is reached along Via Gramsci descending from Castelgandolfo to Lake Albano.

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Itinerary B – The Pathway Of The Two Lakes

The twelve kilometre route is easily accessible and starts at the parking area situated along the eastern banks of Lake Albano, at a place known as "Undici Scogli". From here, you first go along the Lake and then turn left alongside an electric cabin where the CAI 511 pathway begins to climb the volcanic crater.

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Itinerary P – Trail "Dell' Artemisio"

The route is ten kilometres long and is of average difficulty. It starts with the CAI 519 pathway that leaves from Via dei Pratoni del Vivaro in front of the entrance to the Federal Centre of Horse-Riding.

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Itinerary C – The Circumnavigation Of Lake Nemi

The six and a half kilometre route around Lake Nemi is easily accessible and starts at the Museum of the Roman Ships. You start by following the paved road towards Genzano for approximately 500 metres, which you then leave at a nearby shrine, to take the CAI 515 pathway along the lake, passing in front of the excavations works of a Roman Villa.

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Itinerary O – Trail Of The Maschio D’Ariano

It is a ring route of about 14 kilometres and is of average difficulty. It starts and ends in the town of Velletri in a place named Fontana Marcaccio, where the CAI 523 begins. The road goes slightly upwards and quickly reaches a forest shelter, and then descends again towards the right, through the woods up to the Fontana Turano.

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Itinerary D – From The Cappuccini To Palazzolo

The six kilometre route inside the woods is of average difficulty. It is a ring circuit that starts from and returns to the Convento dei Cappuccini found on the upper circumnavigation road of Lake Albano.

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Itinerary N – Trail Of The Water Springs

It is a rather long route (almost 12 km) and is of average difficulty. It starts and ends at the new cemetery of Rocca Priora, following the ring route CAI 505 (worth following carefully, given the numerous junctions and crossroads that can disorientate the route).

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Itinerary E – Trail “Delle Piagge”

The five kilometre route is easy and pleasant through the woods which join Genzano and Nemi. Leaving from Via delle Piagge, behind the Church of St. Francesco at Genzano, you climb the CAI 512 pathway, a clay road that leads to a panoramic plateau after about a further one and a half kilometres.

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Itinerary M – From Monte Compatri To Rocca Priora

The route is a little less than five kilometres and is easy accessible. It starts at the square of Montecompatri and leads up to the Santuario di San Silvestro (Santuary of St. Sylvester) from where the pathway takes you first of all to the Visiting Centre of the Regional Natural Park of the Castelli Romani and then shortly after, to a panoramic spot where you can admire Monte Salomone and Rocca di Papa

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Itinerary L – From Monte Porzio Catone To Tusculum

It is a short route that leads you to the archaeological area of Tusculum in less than three kilometres and is of average difficulty.

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Itinerary F – From Via Dei Laghi To The Vivaro

The route is about sixteen kilometres long but it is not difficult. It starts at Via dei Laghi at km. 12, near the restaurant La Foresta.

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Itinerary I – From Frascati To Tusculum

The route is just over 4 kilometres long and is of average difficulty. It starts in Piazza Marconi at Frascati (where the elegant Villa Aldobrandini stands) and following the road signs to the Tusculum, you first pass in front of Villa Lancellotti and then in front of Villa Falconieri, therefore continuing along a small pathway that runs alongside the villa into a mixed wood with a residual of oak and maple trees.

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Itinerary G – Monti Delle Faete

It is a ring route of about 15 kilometers of average difficulty that starts and ends in Piazza di Vittorio at Rocca di Papa.

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Itinerary H – Trail "Della Molara"

It is a short route seven kilometres long partially running along the pathway CAI 508. It is an alternate route to the previous itinerary "G" of the Monte delle Faete as it joins Via dei Principi at the residential area of Rocca di Papa.

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