Level of difficulty: FOR HIKERS
Trails that are almost always over paths or sections of varied terrain (fields, screed, stony ground), which are usually marked; there may be,,short flat or gentle sloping sections of residual snow, where, in the event of a fall, the hiker will fall only for a very short distance and without hazards. They may cross open terrain, without paths, but free of problems and always with suitable signs, or over steep slopes; exposed sections,are generally protected (barriers) or have anchoring devices (cables). There may be individual sections over non-exposed rocks, or short, non-tiring or non-challenging sections thanks to the presence of equipment (ladders, rungs, cables), which, however, do not require the use of specific,equipment (harnesses and carabiners, etc.).
They require a certain sense of orientation, some experience and knowledge of mountain terrain, and a good level of fitness for walking, as well,as suitable equipment and footwear.