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CASTEL TROSINO

An ancient castle, built on the top of a travertine cliff, made up of a single large boulder that detached from the foothills of Colle San Marco in ancient times. You can only enter hamlet through one opening in the majestic town walls.


  • Castel Trosino

    An ancient castle, built on the top of a travertine cliff, made up of a single large boulder that detached from the foothills of Colle San Marco in ancient times. You can only enter hamlet through one opening in the majestic town walls.

  • Colle San Marco

    A natural terrace on the slopes of the Montagna dei Fiori, at an altitude of 694 meters (2,277 ft.) above sea level. The façade of the Hermitage of San Marco perches on the limestone rock hill.

  • Rifugio Paci (Paci Refuge)

    Built in the 1950s and named after a World War II partisan, today it is an important reference point for all those who love the mountain range in this region and love to hike it.

  • Eremo di San Marco (Hermitage of San Marco)

    An ancient hermitage that literally clings to the rock wall. It was chosen in the 13th century by the Cistercian monks as the ideal site to meditate and contemplate in perfect isolation.

Length km

15

Time hrs

6

Max alt. mt

910

Difficulty

E

COLLE SAN MARCO

A natural terrace on the slopes of the Montagna dei Fiori, at an altitude of 694 meters (2,277 ft.) above sea level. The façade of the Hermitage of San Marco perches on the limestone rock hill.

  • Depart from

    Coperso

  • Arrive at

    Ascoli Piceno

  • Length

    16,7 km (10.3 mi.)

  • Max alt.

    910 mt (2985.5 ft.)

  • Elevation gain

    620 mt (2034.1 ft.)

  • Elevation loss

    1020 mt (3346.4 ft.)

  • Hiking time

    6 hrs



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PACI REFUGE

Built in the 1950s and named after a World War II partisan, today it is an important reference point for all those who love the mountain range in this region and love to hike it.

HERMITAGE OF SAN MARCO

An ancient hermitage that literally clings to the rock wall. It was chosen in the 13th century by the Cistercian monks as the ideal site to meditate and contemplate in perfect isolation.