Key information: Gola dell'Infernaccio
- Extraordinary gorge mixing history with natural drama.
- Walkopedia rating87
- Natural interest16
- Human interest8
- Negative points0
- Total rating87
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: Depends on route
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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This extraordinary gorge is a walking delight. Deep in its bottom is a Roman salt route, which you can follow to the head of the gorge and back in 4 hours or so.
As the visual fireworks start early, the path is heavily used early on, but this eases off reasonably soon.
High on a flank of the gorge is a hermitage built on the foundations of the first Cappucian monastery. Nearby is a secluded 30m waterfall on the Fossa de Rio.
You can combine the gorge and Monte Priora, in 17km/6 hours with 1,100m of climb.
See our Sibillini page for more general and practical information and photos.
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