WINE TREKKING

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Winetrekking in the Brunello’s region. Not a simple tour but a dive to discover how an excellence of Tuscan viticulture is born. Walking through the vineyards you will enjoy breathtaking views, passing by old roads, paths in holm oak woods and we will enter Montalcino along the old pilgrim route that goes to Sant’Antimo. We will go through the alleys of the village, enjoying the medieval flavor that still preserves, and visit the only ancient winery remaining inside the walls: Cantina Padelletti, with a view that sweeps across the Val d’Orcia, where we will drink Brunello accompanied by an excellent tasting lunch.

DATI DI PERCORSO

LENGHT 12 Km
HEIGHT DIFFERENCE 400 m
HIKE TIPE E – Excursionist
DIFFICULTY Medium
DURATION all day

  EQUIPMET NEEDED

  • hike boots
  • backpack with raincover
  • raincoat
  • packed lunch
  • 1l of water (at least)

  INFO 

  • Meeting time and place to be set with the guide.
  • Prices for visits to the winery and wine tasting are not included in the price of the tour. The various options will be sent at the time of booking.
  • The guide reserves the right to modify the itinerary depending on weather or safety conditions, if needed.

Prices all day (Including VAT)

from 1 to 5 people
180
from 6 to 10 people
220
More than 10 people
220 + € 35 for each additional person

The price includes: coordination and assistance environmental tour guide licensed by L.R. 42 del 23/03/2000 e succ. mod., RCT insurance.

Length: Route length is calculated using GPS and maps. The length is always expressed in kilometers (km).

Legend of hiking difficulties

Itineraries on paved or gravel roads, paths on regular terrain, without difficulties or obstacles. Water-courses are crossed on safe small bridges.


Itineraries on any type of path or easy tracks, on varied terrains, may present steep ascents and/or descents and some sections of uneven terrain. Sometimes vegetation can be an obstacle. Water-courses may be crossed fording in shallow waters, without any danger of being dragged away by the stream.


Itineraries on paths or tracks and even out of tracks.
Uneven terrains, sections out on a limb not suitable for those who suffer from dizziness, screes, slippery grass or mud slopes, rocks and/or debrises, single rocky passages requiring the use of hands. Vegetation can be a significant obstacle in some segments. Water-courses may be crossed fording in significant sized rivers (till 20m wide) and/or creeks grown rough in the thawing period or after strong rains.


IItineraries with the presence of snow, with or without snow rackets. Though limited to terrain with very low inclination, with no danger from snow thickness, EAI itineraries require a proper equipment and knowledge for the particular weather and environmental conditions.


Hikes for everyone in good health, able to walk, suitable for elderly and children.
Max length 9-10 km and less than 300m of height difference.


Hikes that require a little training in walking, while not demanding a remarkable physical effort.
Length between 7 and 15 km and height difference between 200m and 600m.


Hikes that require a regular training in walking, presenting hard ascents and/or long distances.
Length between 10 and 20 km and height difference between 400m and 1000m


Hikes that require a regular training in walking and a good fitness level and motivation. They can take place at high altitude and hard environmental conditions.
Length over than 20 km and height difference over than 1000m.