The Libro Aperto is undoubtedly the most frequented mountain in the Abetone area. Its incline is slight and accessible to all. The mountain consists of two peaks—Mount Belvedere on the Tuscan side and Mount Rotondo on the Emilian side. The name comes from the fact that it resembles an open book. The area’s vegetation is characterized by rich Alpine flora, white oak woods, pine woods and blackberry bushes. Visitors can glimpse the Campolino Nature Reserve from afar. One of the most famous characteristics of the area is the presence of a protected species of rhododendrons that bloom in July. London pride, sengreen and gentianella bloom colorfully within the rocks. The peak offers a vast view of the Appennine ridge and the Modena, Bologna and Pistoia valleys.
The most important ski resort in the Apennines
The Abetone area lies at the center of the most famous skiing destination in the Tosco-Emilian Apennines, and the pass to which the town owes its name (the Abetone Pass, at 1,388 meters) is called after the surrounding mountains. ...Morekeyboard_backspace
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