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30 July 2023

San Prospero
walking 2023

Also this year on the occasion of the patronal feast of San Prospero, our hills hosted the last stage of the Gamba d’Oro 2023, before the summer break. Accompanied by a pleasant climate, not excessively hot, 371 athletes tackled the two routes prepared by Podistica 2005 Cressa.

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19 July 2023

Work on the trails

The safety work on the Sant’Antonino ring was completed today following the bad weather which caused numerous plants to fall on all the paths

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13 July2023

Temporary closure of

Due to the bad weather that hit our territory in the last few hours, the entire Sant’Antonino ring is unusable with numerous trees felled

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It is not uncommon to encounter wild animals along the paths. The dense vegetation of the hilly area is the ideal habitat for many species of animals that have colonized our territory in a stable way. Among the ungulates and mammals we remind that it is possible to meet during the walks Roe deer, Fallow deer, Foxes, and hares.

The trails of Sant’ Antonino wind through an area characterized by a hilly – flat environment. Viticulture is practiced in the upper part of the paths, from which the wooded area extends. The most frequent trees are robinia, chestnuts, oaks and poplars. As you descend along the path in its flattest part there are areas dedicated to the cultivation of fodder and cereals for livestock.