Accessing the Park along the Via Flaminia, one is able to visit and admire the historic centres of the villages lying within its boundaries. Starting from Scheggia, and by making use of the roads inside the Park, one can go on a fascinating tour of the abbeys. Another access road leads one to the Val di Ranco zone and to the tourist settlement constructed there in the 1960’s; or to the amazing Pian delle Macinare area. The whole Park and mountain area is covered by a dense network of well-signposted paths (about 120 kms in total) and is intersected by the Sentiero Italia.
Some of these tracks are ideal for horse-riding and are also passable by mountain-bike. The park offers visitors not just a wonderful natural oasis, but also an ideal location for practicing such sports as trekking, caving, free-flying, canyoning and cross-country skiing.