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The botanical walk

The most important tree species of the Stelvio National Park

This circular walk begins at Pegaia near Cogolo and continues along the slope below Peio village. Along the path, the names of the various tree species are indicated by small labels in Italian, Latin (botanical name) and in the local dialect.
Length: 2,980 m
Drop: 230 m
Time: 1.40 h
 
The botanical walk

Along this short walk you will come across a fairly large number of plants, such as sycamore, common and red-berried elder, hazel, willow, larch, spruce, Midland hawthorn, birch, grey alder, aspen, wild cherry, ash, raspberry, rowan, whitebeam, locust tree, rose, common barberry, blackthorn, as well as mosses and lichens on tree stems and branches.
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