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Climbing Mount Velino


The Velino, in the Abbruzzo region, is an arid and stony mountain at the top, although it is reached through enchanting beech woods. Contributing to its beauty is the fact that the surrounding area is not crossed by roads.


Two priests and seven seminarians from Sedes Sapientiae went to this mountain on Sunday 9 October. We had a good day, favoured by the good weather we enjoyed. We had lunch at the top of the mountain, next to the Sevice alpine refuge. On the way back, our guide, don Eduardo, took us on a different route. It was a bit more difficult and perhaps not the most direct route, but we enjoyed it all the same. We had a great day in contact with nature.

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