Monday, 16 June 2008

Cinque Terre trail times information


When planning a hiking trip it is crucial to know how long will it take to reach your destination. That is why hiking distances are usually measured in hours.


Last week I came across a table including most of the paths in the Cinque Terre National Park. Walking times are a big part of it.


Unfortunately this was a bit late for me, because I just got back from the area. Here it is anyway - only for you.


Cinque Terre Hiking Trails


Route#

Start

Destination

Walking Time

The Cinque Terre Lower Trail from Monterosso to Riomaggiore
2 Monterosso Riomaggiore 5 hr
The Cinque Terre Lower Trail from Monterosso to Riomaggiore
2 Monterosso Vernazza 1 hr 45 min
2 Vernazza Corniglia 1 hr 45 min
2 Corniglia Riomaggiore 1 hr 30 min
The High Trail from Levanto to Portovenere
1 Levanto Portovenere 12 hr
The High Trail from Levanto to Portovenere (part by part)
1 Levanto Colla di Gritta 2 hr 30 min
1 Colla di Gritta Drignana 1 hr 30 min
1 Drignana Cigoletta 2 hr
1 Cigoletta La Croce 1 hr 45 min
1 La Croce Telegrafo 1 hr 15 min
1 Telegrafo Portovenere 3 hr
Trails Up from the Cinque Terre Towns
9 Monterosso Soviore 1 hr 30 min
17 Soviore P.So Bardelone 2 hr
7 Vernazza Ricco D. Golfo 3 hr 30 min
8 Vernazza Drignana 1 hr 30 min
Trails from Levanto
1 and 10 Levanto Monterosso 2 hr
14 Levanto Colla D. Bagari 1 hr 30 min
19 Levanto Foce di Lavaggio 2 hr
21 Levanto Foce di Montale 2 hr 15 min
18 Levanto P.So Bardelone 2 hr
12 Levanto Colla di Gritta 1 hr 15 min




You can find the original table on the Slow Travel web page.


We were sad to leave the place without trying out at least a couple more of the tempting paths. We had to head back home at least a few days too early. Maybe next time...


If you liked this post and are interested in more information on our trip, please click on this link or on the Cinque Terre label in the right frame.

3 comments:

John & Julie,  21 June 2008 at 00:52  

Hi Marko, We were given a little sheet with the trail details on it when we purchased our 5Terra Train card. It was very useful as it also gave the distances. Although limited for time we found it a good idea.

Marko 21 June 2008 at 18:28  

I hope those trail details look similar to the ones published in this post. :)
We also saw various maps and leaflets (both purchasable and free ones) at many info points in the area. I agree those can be the best source of info for a hiker. They should also be up to date.

Crissa 3 December 2009 at 10:07  

Thanks for the information..It helps..

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