The ‘Four-leaved clover’ of Ameno consists of four circular trails covering a total of 33.6 kms with a total elevation gain of 1,215 meters. The lowest alttude is 324 metres and the highest is 791 metres. The average walking time of the 4 trails is 12 hours and 90% can be covered by mountain bike or on horseback.
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Ameno \ Molino di Mezzo \ Pisogno \ Cascine Pezzasco \ Ameno
6.2 Km \ 2 hours, moderate difficulty
154 m elevation gain \ 538 m maximum height
Mountain bike accessibility 95%
Horse accessibility 95%
This is an easy, pleasant walk to the north of Ameno. We cross the Neogothic Park of the Tornielli Palace and descend towards the agricultural plains of the Agogna river, walking through ancient mills and farmsteads, pastures and woods, disturbed only by the sight of the power lines. Passing through the centre of Pisogno, a village within the neighbouring municipality of Miasino, we turn southwards along the Agogna river. Back in the municipality of Ameno we see a small Roman bridge and continue through the farmsteads of Pezzasco, finally climbing the old mule path of Santa Caterina towards the centre of Ameno.
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