The beauty of Umbria is seductive and at times seems quite perfect.


The secret lies in the splendid balance between man and nature, in the bond that Umbrians have always had with their land and their rich past.


Held tightly between its walls, Assisi is a magical place, and the fact that little has changed since the Middle Ages has kept its enchantment intact.


Set into the green surroundings Castelvecchio is a small village on the western border of the Monti Sibillini National Park, perfect for spending a week of relaxation and nature.


Five days of professionally guided walks will allow you to discover the beauty and treasures of a territory rich in wild nature and ancient traditions, between the regions of Umbria and Marche.

Our Guides

Highly professional staff, with years of experience, will accompany you step by step along the paths of our Umbria.

Maurizio Fusari

Born in 1968, I have been an Environmental Hiking Guide since 1998 and, although I like to wander around accompanying groups in different areas of Italy and Europe, the Marches remain the center of my hiking activities.

Where I live

I live in Macerata, a quiet hill town, whose location I love, close to the sea and to “my” Sibillini, together with my wife.


Environmental Hiking Guide, Conero Park Guide, Guide to the Sibillini Mountains Park, Tourist guide, Enabled to accompany in English, Zoologist

Niki Morganti

Born in 1981, I have been an Environmental Hiking Guide since 2009 and I organize guided excursions mainly in the Marche: it is a pleasure to illustrate and make known the many beauties we have in our region.

Where I live

I live in Senigallia, the “velvet beach”, a pretty town on the north-central coast in the Marche region, together with my partner.


Environmental Hiking Guide, Conero Park Guide, Guide to the Sibillini Mountains Park, Guide to the Parco della Gola della Rossa and Frasassi, Tourist guide, Qualified to accompany in English and Spanish

Marta Zarelli

Born in 1975, I have been an Environmental Hiking Guide since 2008. Different experiences in the field of sustainable tourism and the environment have led me to immerse myself in the most beautiful places in Italy.

Where I live

I live in Fiastra, in the Sibillini Mountains National Park, where I grew up and where I always returned even when, after the 2016 earthquake, the conditions that were expected were not the best.


Environmental Hiking Guide, Official Guide of the Sibillini Mountains National Park




Day 1 - Arrival

Arrival in Assisi (PG). Meeting with the organization at 5pm

Day 2 - Walking Assisi

Challenging Program: Assisi to Spello hike - Moderate Program: Assisi to Eremo delle Carceri hike

Day 3 - Walking the Campiano Valley

Challenging Program: Mt Moricone loop - Moderate Program: Castoriana Valley

Day 4 - Sibillini, wild and unknown

Challenging Program: Monte Bove loop - Moderate Program: From Frontignano to Ussita (per Efra)

Day 5 - Montefalco, land of culture and Sagrantino wine

Visit of Montefalco and welcome to a local family.

Day 6 - In the famous highlands of Castelluccio di Norcia

Challenging Program: The Imperial Loop. Mt Argentella and Sasso Borghese - Moderate Program: The high crossing of Piano Grande

Day 7 - Valnerina, in the green heart of Umbria.

Challenging Program: The iron mines of Mt Birbone - Moderate Program: A geological experience along the Valcasana

Day 8 - Departure

After breakfast transfer to Spoleto train station (45 min)