Discover Bosco Magnano and the Pollino National Park
Visit the path that runs alongside the Frido torrent
Explore the Dispensa area and the faunal area of the deer
Bosco Magnano is a large forest made of oaks and beech trees with comfortable paths that lead to the most beautiful and fascinating areas of the forest where, in the clear waters of the Peschiera stream, the otter still lives.
It starts going down at the confluence of the river Peschiera with the river Frido, following the dirt road that branches off from the provincial road. From the confluence the Peschiera river goes up along the right bank following the path that in the first part runs along the old Mulino Fasanelli. Along the way you move away from the river bank and continue until you meet the forest trail and then up to the locality Dispensa.
From here you continue along the faunal area of the deer, you can admire the giant potholes (karst phenomenon) and the wooden houses of the parks guard immersed in the largest vegetation of oaks, alders, carpans and majestic centuries-old beeches.
The site hosts a reintroduction enclosure, once the roe deer and today the deer.
The route can last about 3 km (3 hours) or 4.5 km (4 hours) if you choose to continue up to the deer enclosure. The difference in altitude is 140 meters up to the level of the deer with a tourist route for everyone.