Mount Subasio, for its geomorphological features and favorable conditions of air currents,is suitable to the practice of fascinating activities such as:
Paragliding and hang gliding
Free flying can be done in the period from 1st February to 30th November. From the top you can take off in different directions, the main one being the southwest to the northwest. You can takeoff only from the spaces located at Fossa Cieco, Stazzarelli and Sermolla.
The landing is located in Rivotorto of Assisi 500 m. from the town centre.
Free Fly Ali Subasio: Free Flying Sports Association / via Sagro Tugurio – 06080 Loc. Rivotorto (PG)
Contacts: MAURO +39 349 7844854 / +39 349 4631685 VITTORIO / ROBERTA +39 393 7279743
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Numerous firebreak and pastoral-forest roads are well suited for mountain biking that can be done, by the prepared enthusiasts, even on the paths.
Trekking on horseback
Minor roads (paths, mule tracks, dirt) with compact and not bumpy bottom allow the practice of hiking on horseback.
In memory of the event that remembers the last trip of St. Francis dying from Nocera Umbra to Assisi accompanied by some horsemen, in September there is the Cavalcade of Satriano.
Associazione Cavalcata di Satriano
Cell: 328/3869464 (Giovanni Raspa)
Circolo Ippico San Giorgio
Cell: 339/3930460 (Francesco Rafoni)
Società Ippica Foligno
Cell: 335/492129 (Giovanni Bastianini)
Hiking and trekking
The Mount Subasio Park is one of the Umbrian areas where the trails are more developed and better maintained. The crossing routes of the outer areas of the Park (Path of Peace, Franciscan Trail, Trail of Olives) are associated with a dense network of trails that are connected to each other.
Amici della Montagna
Cell: 348/3817407 (Federico Donati)
Sezione di Foligno
Valle Umbra Trekking
Cell: 347/3755870 (Omero Savina)
For canyoning enthusiasts, the activity can be done at the gorge of Fosso Marchetto, and for skiers there is also the possibility to do cross-country skiing excursions.
Mount Subasio is also popular with kite enthusiasts.