Via Normale al Gran Sasso
Via di Ripetta, 32, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
About Via Normale al Gran Sasso
The normal route to the Gran Sasso d'Italia is the typical and less difficult ascent route to the western peak of Corno Grande, the highest peak of the Gran Sasso d'Italia mountain massif and of all the continental Apennines: it is of a long-known hiking route, which retraces the first official climb made for the first time on 19 August 1573 by the Bolognese Francesco De Marchi, court engineer of Margherita of Austria, who was in L'Aquila, following the sovereign, after being established there f
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