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Monti Sibillini National Park

A serene Italian national park known for its rugged Apennine peaks, wildlife diversity, and the legendary cave of Sibyl.

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Crashing across the borderlands of Umbria and Marche, the Monti Sibillini National Park is a swathe of rugged Italy that’s just asking to be explored. The reserve is like an artist’s palette that changes with the seasons. Come spring, wildflower meadows bloom with poppies and edelweiss. Come winter, there are snow plumes dusting the arched back of Monte Sibilla. The hiking here is nothing short of wonderful. The trails are largely empty for the whole year, so expect real seclusion as you trek out of charming hill towns like Visso and Ussita.

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