From Pontremoli, heading towards Passo del Cirone along the SS62, you come across Mulinello. Follow the signs for Cavezzana d’Antena to reach the sulphurous water springs and spa. Carry on along this road as far as Casalina, where you can visit a water mill. At the end of the town, on the left, a path leads to Ponte della Valscura, a single-arched medieval bridge on the Via Francigena. After Groppodallosio, you reach Pracchiola, where you can make your way to Cascata del Piscio, a 40-metre-high waterfall. G.E.A. (an environmental association) tours begin in Passo del Cirone and you can take in the sandstone Cirone church.
At the start of the Verde river valley, you come across Casa Corvi. Towards Cervara, just after Borgallo, there’s the crossroads that leads to Grondola. Along this road, just after having crossed a small bridge, on the left you’ll see a huge, old oak tree. Here, you’ll also find Farfarà, an old set of farmhouses in a natural scenario close to the Pisciarotta waterfall, also known as “Tomba”, about 40 metres high.