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by Jeff Matthews

Fulvio Salvi, head of Napoli Underground, took it upon himself to follow the hiking trail that leads from Summonte up to the rock church of San Silvestro. A complete account of his hike (including additional photos) is on his Napoli Underground website;. (His article includes GPS coordinates. He followed a 10 km/6 mile ring route, up and back. It can be tough in places, but not overly strenuous. He started at the Urupetra shelter (pictured, right - 742 meters/c.2300 feet a.s.l.) just in from the west (left) side of the road as you pass through Summonte on the way to the next small town. If you start up from the shelter, you are in a potentially confusing situation...


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