Mountain Climbing trips – Lucca

Discover some of the most stunning landscapes in Tuscany on a thrilling mountain climbing trip in Lucca with one of the guides at Explore-share.com!

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Lucca is a stunning province and city in Tuscany that lies on the Serchio River.  It was the birth place of Puccini and it is famous for the Renaissance walls that encircle its historic city center and cobblestone streets. Lining Lucca are the stunning Apuan Alps, which offer great options for hiking and mountain climbing. The tallest mountain in the region is Monte Pisanino, which boasts an altitude of  1946 m.a.s.l. and is a challenging, albeit thrilling climb. Book a place with one of the guides at explore-share.com and find the perfect mountain climbing option in Lucca for you!

 

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

Lucca has Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters.

Language

Italian

Currency

Euro

How to get there

Lucca is 30km away from the Pisa airport from where you can drive or take a bus. You can also take a bus or train from Florence.

Country Code

+39

Best time to visit

The best temperatures and smallest crowds are between late September and October and between April and May.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 2 reviews

 

We had an amazing trip, although the weather was bad for Monte Pisanino, the guide Franco took us up a neighbouring peak (Pizzo D\'uchello). Not too technically or physically demanding it did require a good head for heights as some areas were exposed. Overall a great experience and led by a very knowledgable and professional guide. 5 stars, would recommend for anyone looking for something a bit different!
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Kieran Anderson
We had a great experience with Franco (member of Roberto guides\' team) who guided us in this trek in Apuan Alps, the Pisanino, which is the highest summit in all this region. The level of difficulty is low while you should be ready to have some vertigos view at some points but we should say the panoramas are so stunning between the Apennines, the Mediterranean sea and the other mountains from Alpi Apuane all around. Franco has been so kind to explain in details the other treks of the region we will not miss to do next time !
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Arnaud
 

 

 

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