Nord - Sud (101)
ElevationAscent: 340' 104 m
Descent: -984' -300 m
High: 1,654' 504 m
Low: 804' 245 m
GradeAvg Grade: 3% (2°)
Max Grade: 27% (15°)
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“This path follows the Torrente Curone (stream) for most of its distance.”— Lost Justpastnowhere
The first third of the route traverses the more hilly northern reaches of the park and includes some interesting singletrack. Part of route mapped here in this first third deviates slightly from the official route 101 to avoid a segment that is only open for hikers.
At the end of a steep descent at 4.5 km (2.8 mi), the route joins the Torrente Curone (stream), which it follows to the terminus. Thus begins the second third of the route, which is characterized by dense forest. Initially, this potion of the route is on forest roads, but transitions to easy singletrack down by the river.
The final third begins when you reach the main road SP45. Here, the route still follows the Torrente Curone along a hodge-podge of singletracks and farm roads to the outskirts of Lomagna. The terrain in this final third of the route is primarily agricultural fields.
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Land Manager: Parco Regionale di Montevecchia e della Valle del Curone
Jan 17, 2020: I GIORNI DELLA MERLA