Die Buchenwälder des Apennins   5235
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1 Pianura Padana
2 Ligonchio
3 Monte Prampa, 1698m
4 Monte Cisa, 1701m
5 Monte Bagioletto, 1760m
6 Monte Cusna, 2121m
7 Monte La Piella, 2078m
8 Monte Cipolla, 1960m
9 Monte Prado, 2054m
10 Monte Sillano, 1876m
11 Monte Asinara, 1731m
12 Passo di Predarena, 1579m
13 Pania Secca, 1711m
14 Pania della Croce, 1860m
15 Monte Corchia, 1677m
16 Monte Sumbra, 1765m
17 Monte Fiocca, 1714m
18 Monte Tambura, 1890m
19 Monte Cavallo, 1890m
20 Monte Pisanino, 1947m
21 Pizzo d'Uccello, 181m
22 Monte Posola, 1736m
23 Monte Tondo, 1782m
24 Monte Ischia, 1732m
25 Cima Belfiore, 1811m
26 Monte La Nuda, 1893m
27 Monte Porcile, 1249m
28 (Passo Cerreto), 1261m
29 Monte Gottero, 1639m
30 Monte Alto, 1904m
31 Punta Buffanaro, 1878m
32 Alpe di Succiso, 2016m
33 Monte Casarola, 1979m

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Location: path to Cavalbianco      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 26 October 2021
Those who are used to walking at high altitudes in the Alps are used to seeing the altitude limit of the trees made up of conifers (firs, pines, larches).

But in the Apennines this is not the case. In the Apennines, the altitude limit of the trees is generally made up of beech trees.

The trees seen in this pano are almost all beeches. But if you are careful, you can also see some very small areas where there are fir trees.

In the northern Apennines the altitude limit of the beech trees corresponds to an altitude that varies, depending on the area, from 1600 to 1800 meters.

In the period that usually goes from the second half of October to the beginning of November, the beech trees are beautifully colored.

Comments

Art!
2021/11/04 22:33 , Arne Rönsch
Looks a bit like a magic carpet, fantastic picture!
2021/11/04 23:18 , Jens Vischer
Your keen sense of colours is matchless. Great !
2021/11/05 10:42 , Hans-Jürgen Bayer
Großartige Herbstlandschaft. Eigentlich finde ich das rotbraun der Buchen im Spätherbst nicht so attraktiv, aber hier kommt das richtig gut rüber.

Grüße,
Dieter
2021/11/05 17:36 , Dieter Leimkötter
I know and love these beech forests, but so far I have missed the perfect moment that you show here. In 2018 in Basilicata, we were too late. This year in Abruzzo, we were too early. But this shows you find them across the Apennine from North to South. Cheers, Martin
2021/11/05 19:37 , Martin Kraus

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