booking is required by writing directly to the guide Federico Ziri up to two days before the event
Following the Linea 1201 residency programme, Angelo Bellobono continues his research on the paths of the Apennines, experimenting with new approaches to the act of walking and weaving new relationships.
On the occasion of the exhibition Mappa Appennino, a pictorial account of the artist’s high-altitude adventures, Angelo Bellobono invites us to share part of his journey with him, through two excursions in the mountainous surroundings of L’Aquila.
Meet at Campo Imperatore square at the cable car arrival station.
Easy hike of 260 m altitude difference, about 1.5 km and 40 minutes of walking (3 km return) with a mountain guide.
Comfortable layered clothing, hiking shoes, fleece, windproof/rainproof jacket, small backpack with one litre of water, spare T-shirt, snacks, cream, sunglasses, hat for both sun and wind (due to the altitude it may be colder). Hiking poles are recommended.
Meeting at the Museum in Piazza Santa Maria Paganica to visit the exhibition.