Between one shrub and the next, a great many animals have made their homes, including small rodents hunted by various birds of prey, other birds, like woodpeckers, and well-known mammals, including wild boars, deer and fascinating wolves.
There are many different ways to explore the park, the best tips being offered by the visitors’ centre in the Monti Rognosi Nature Park, the Fabbrica della Natura, which in addition to events and workshops, has an archeological exhibition, a geological exhibition and others dedicated to plants and animals.
If you want to venture into the heart of the park, you can embark on one of the thematic itineraries, aimed at discovering the history and life of this place. On these trails, you can examine the park’s nature up close and discover more about activities in the area. There are opportunities to visit the ancient mines and trails that illustrate the inhabitants’ work of harvesting chestnuts.