E: Escursionistico

Sentiero privo di difficoltà tecniche che corrisponde in gran parte a mulattiere realizzate per scopi agro - silvo - pastorali, militari o a sentieri di accesso a rifugi o di collegamento fra valli. E’ il tipo di sentiero maggiormente presente sul territorio e più frequentato e rappresenta il 75% degli itinerari dell’intera rete sentieristica organizzata. (Nella scala delle difficoltà escursionistiche CAI è classificato “E” itinerario escursionistico privo di difficoltà tecniche).

Path 101_2: Rifugio Cazzaniga-Merlini - Piani di Bobbio

From the Cazzaniga-Merlini Hut (1885 m), head north towards a saddle (1913 m) placed between mount “Cima di Piazzo” and mount “Zuccone dei Campelli”. Then continue, crossing the slopes of  “Zuccone dei Campelli” and mount “Zucco Barbesino” - without large differences in height at first - then turn left (west) and climb steeply up to the Megoffi Notch (2020 m;  or “dei Mughi Notch”) placed  between mount Corna Grande and mount  Zucco Barbesino. Now go down the other side, following the track until to reach the Bobbio Plains.


Path 545B: Campo d'Avene - Pozza del Fogarolo (sentiero 508)

This path connects Campo d’Avene place (and “Baita Monte Alto” Hut) with path n° 508 (and then with San Lucio Hut). Along the forest road to Campo d’Avene (coming from the Mount of Sovere) there is an indication of our path (1260 m). It goes up northwards through a sparse forest and you pass an area with some “roccoli” (bird snares).


Path 589: Brumano - Cima Piazzo

In addition to the chains normally located at the most exposed point of the ledge of Toro Pass, you can see other chains, starting at approx. 20 m above the sign "Passo del Toro" (they are immediately visible if you walk just a few meters to the rounded top of the mount “Zucco del Corvo”). Those chains allow you to bypass the afore-mentioned exposed ledge if vernal snow / ice still invades such ledge. Anyway, keep in mind  that such "other chains" should be considered a variant and not a part of path 101 as it is described.