Hiking and Trails
Evisa est un théâtre extraordinaire pour la pratique des sports et loisirs de pleine nature. Boucles enchanteresses ou randonnées plus sportives, vous trouverez ici de quoi dépasser la simple balade…
La plupart des sentiers sont balisés mais attention munissez-vous de cartes adaptées pour les grandes randonnées notamment.
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Evisa, terre d’émotions Point d’Accueil Touristique
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Ascent. 200m • 3h A/R
This itinerary follows the GR20 northward towards the Radule sheepfolds. From this point, follow the blue markings which lead to the waterfalls after crossing a footbridge, going eastwards. Come back the same way.
Starting point: on the RD84, in the Corte direction, past the Verghio Pass, in the bend called “fer à coeval” (horseshoes bend).
Ascent. 600m • 4h A/R
From Evisa, take the Chestnut Way up to the Aïtone pools and then follow the “mare a mare nord” trail (orange markings) until the Casterica bridge. Take the left hand track which goes up to Bocca a U Saltu, then go down the track to the “fer à cheval” (horse-shoe). Next, take the path which goes off to the right and goes the length of the rock line right up to the Cuccavera Pass. At the pass, take the trail that goes down to the right, go by the fountain “Di U Pisciu”, to get to the Mazze sheepfolds. The path carries on. After 300m. turn off to the left towards the stream which you will then cross before continuing to follow the contour of the land until you come to a small hill, go around it to get to the refuge.
Starting point : at the car park 200m from the Paesolu d’Aïtone
SALTU PASS- VERGHIO PASS
Ascent. 1200m • 8h A/R
An itinerary that continues the previous one allowing exploration of the village’s three forests, passing through the Guagnerola pass and then the Verghio pass. This route can give you an excellent opportunity to see the mouflon (mountain sheep).
Starting point : on the RD84, at the car park 200m from the Paesolu d’Aïtone
The mountains are a difficult environment, especially during periods of bad weather.
Don’t forget that in summer, the weather can change very quickly at high altitudes and can provoke rapid increase in the waterways.
Always be well equipped: adequate shoes, clothing to protect you from the rain, cold and water.
Do not overestimate your capacities!
Respect your environment: don’t leave your rubbish and please be kind enough to remove that of those more inept than yourselves.
Never throw cigarette ends from your car window.
Nature – plants and animals: take time to observe and admire them, but respect them by leaving them in their natural environment.
Beware of the free roaming pigs: although very friendly, they may bite. Do not feed them.
It is strictly forbidden to camp outside of designated areas.