We are planning to visit the area in April this year. Does anybody know if the trails are in the good condition this time of the year ( most of Cinque Terre trails are closed )?
How long approximately does it take to walk it? Is it marked?
What is the level of difficulty? Is it suitable for not very young and not very fit?
And finally which option is easier/sounds better:
- start at Camogli, hike one-way to Punte Chiappa and return by boat;
- start at San Rocco (lunch at Nonna Nina) and hike both ways, since we need to get back to the parked car.
Thanks for any advice.