The Sibillini Traverse
Key information: The Sibillini Traverse
- A thrilling traverse of this, at times, airy ridge, bagging three main summits on the way.
- Walkopedia rating87
- Natural interest16
- Human interest4
- Negative points0
- Total rating87
- Length: 18km
- Maximum Altitude: 2,233m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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This east-west traverse of the heart of the northern part of the Sibillini NP follows a thrilling ridge, bagging three of the Sibillinis’ main peaks (Sibilla, Cima Vallelunga and Monte Porche (2,233m)) plus six other summits over 2,000m.
The centerpiece of the ridge is a 4km-long, airy, narrow spine, which is not generally unpleasantly exposed, although a short stretch near Monte Sibilla merits metal cables.
This is a return walk to/from the Rifugio Sibilla above Montemonaco in the east. 18km/6 hours+ for the whole route.
Those who aren’t up to the full return ridge walk will still be hugely rewarded by climbing Monte Sibilla.
Stunning wildflowers in Spring.
See our Sibillini page for more general and practical information and photos.
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