Welcome to Parco Nazionale delle Foreste Casentinesi, Monte Falterona e Campigna
One of the highest peaks, Monte Falterona (1654m), marks the source of the Arno. The park is home to a rich assortment of wildlife, including nearly 100 bird species. Nine self-guided nature trails criss-cross the park: the most popular is the 4.5km uphill hike (4½ hours return) from San Benedetto in Alpe to the spectacular Acquacheta Waterfall, made famous by Dante's Divine Comedy.
The major settlement in the park is Badia Pratáglia, a small village in the Alpe di Serra mountain range, near the border with Emilia-Romagna.