The marbled pattern of snowpacks from the 2150 masl at the Campo Imperatore Observatory on May’s Middle Sunday that sits just behind the Corno Grande peak
Cerqueto reveals its unexpectedly abundant technicolour orchid trail, with sublime views of Abruzzo’s “Sleeping Giant” the Corno Piccolo
The beginning of May behoves tiptoeing thanks to the carpet of crocus flowing across what appears to be a high valley garden up at Vado di Corno
Something that it doesn’t do a lot of in the summer in Abruzzo is rain; at the moment up here in Teramo province it’s tinder dry and fires have broken out
The Eyjafjallajoekull volcano may have re-awakened our respect for the power of mother nature but are there viable alternatives to travelling to Abruzzo?
Walking the heart of Abruzzo has to involve the Corno Grande Mountain at some point; that effortlessly wears its craggy 2-million-year lifetime without vanity
Overlooking our cottage in Bascianella and part of the Gran Sasso Mountain range is Italy’s highest Apennine mountain, ‘The Corno Grande’ (nicknamed Italy’s Rocky Heart)