Walk in , ascent 526m, length 16km
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Onzy: Track 4103 in area near Italy, Tuscany ()
Tuscany: Greve in Chianti
Length: 16.0km, Creator time taken: 2h27m, Ascent: 526m,
Descent: 926m

Places: Start at Lon 11.3228, Lat 43.5935, end at Lon 11.3392, Lat 43.5838 1.7km SE from Start
Logged as completed by 1
Route in the hills east of Greve in Chianti. Makes use mostly of forest tracks and mule paths; the most easterly north-south section is on the Sentiero 00 which works it s way through Tuscany.

These hills are scarred with many ancient paths, making putting togetherr a route of the required length easy. Once you get above 400m however, the hills are less the typical rolling terrain you might expect in Tuscany, and more work-a-day; heavily forested and worked with only sporadic views and the hilltops individually unidentifiable due to the growth. Nice walking though...

Glitch on the track actual time taken was 3.5 hours.

Uploaded on: Sun, 14 Apr 2019 (15:22:00)
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