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біля Vivaio Piano Noce, Sicilia (Italia)
Excursion in the shade of the beech forests of the Carbonara massif overlooking the steep western and northern walls of the relief. The Long Floor and the Pelata Valley are the two northernmost portions of the Carbonara plateau of the Carbonara, on the Madonie, both are covered with beech forest and are separated by a long rounded crest cacarea which culminates at 1938. The Long Piano gives way to northeast with high and steep walls and gullies of debris that fall on the holm oak woods of Balatelli and Zucchi. The Pelata Valley, however, is closed to the south by another rounded crest that culminates with Pizzo Carbonara, m1979, the sedimentary peak of Sicily.
Departure from Palermo, Piazzale J. Lennon ex Giotto, at 7.30
with own cars for Collesano and Piano Battaglia, m1519. On foot for Castile, Long Floor, Serra Circio, Pelata Valley, Scolonazzo, Piano Battaglia. Packed lunch. Return scheduled for Palermo at 20.00.
Difference in height m 450 approx
Length of the route: about 11 km
Nature of the route: stony path
Walking time: 5 hours
Difficulty: average hiking. Two / three men.
Equipment: we recommend light clothing, sun hat, abundant water supply. Mountain boots are indispensable.