Buche di Nese

Buche di Nese, Alzano Lombardo: Address, Buche di Nese Reviews: 4/5

Buche di Nese
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Hard to find but a beautiful climbing/Hiking path
Jun 2014
This one isn't easy to find, and it is most definitely NOT an easy stroll in the mountains. This is a difficult hike and some parts of it require climbing steep, rocky hills and small rock walls and cliffs. You need to be fit and strong, this is almost certainly not suitable for children. You need to park your car on the hairpin bend as indicated on the map and there is a small road branching off to the left on the downhill side of the hairpin bend. You walk down a small lane or road between peoples houses, it almost feels like you are walking through private property. You can see the valley on your left going uphill with some large powerlines running through it and beside it. You should pass the houses bearing left and then go downhill around some fields. You should start to keep left and pass and old concrete outhouse or pumphouse beside a stream and pick up the trail which leads into a steep sided valley. You will have to cross the river a few times and then you will need to start climbing a few rock walls and steps. You cna keep going as far as you feel comfortable. There is a very large waterfall after about 30 minutes walk and there is a very steep and tricky path around the outside which will elad you to some very untouched little rock pools which are great for a private swim in the summer. Be warned though, the water is icy cold even in the height of the summer. You can find some videos on Youtube for a better idea of what's there.

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Hard to find but a beautiful climbing/Hiking path
Jun 2014 • Couples
This one isn't easy to find, and it is most definitely NOT an easy stroll in the mountains. This is a difficult hike and some parts of it require climbing steep, rocky hills and small rock walls and cliffs. You need to be fit and strong, this is almost certainly not suitable for children.

You need to park your car on the hairpin bend as indicated on the map and there is a small road branching off to the left on the downhill side of the hairpin bend. You walk down a small lane or road between peoples houses, it almost feels like you are walking through private property. You can see the valley on your left going uphill with some large powerlines running through it and beside it. You should pass the houses bearing left and then go downhill around some fields. You should start to keep left and pass and old concrete outhouse or pumphouse beside a stream and pick up the trail which leads into a steep sided valley. You will have to cross the river a few times and then you will need to start climbing a few rock walls and steps. You cna keep going as far as you feel comfortable. There is a very large waterfall after about 30 minutes walk and there is a very steep and tricky path around the outside which will elad you to some very untouched little rock pools which are great for a private swim in the summer. Be warned though, the water is icy cold even in the height of the summer.

You can find some videos on Youtube for a better idea of what's there.
Written 18 May 2015
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