The site is designed for research that starts from a route or from one or more points of interest, or from articles that concern them.

Exploring a route, the points of interest (historical, artistic, anthropological, naturalistic, ...) that are found along the route and the published articles that are related to that route are indicated; it is therefore possible to directly open the information on the point of interest or go directly to the article.

The search can be reversed; starting from a path, clicking on the photo "points of interest" opens the page with the relative description, while starting from a point of interest, clicking on the photo of "hiking routes" opens the relative tab (eg "I want to visit the Golini tombs, which path allows me to get there '").

Advanced searches can be done based on 3 fields: Interest; Difficulty level; Type of route.

Generic searches can be made on one of the terms included in the title of the route (e.g. I want to search for a route in the Allerona area, since the name of the location is generally present in the area where the route insists, just type Allerona in the search field generic and the paths that have Allerona in the title will be displayed).

Each route has a data sheet indicating:

Interest = historical, naturalistic, ...;

Typology = ring, in line;

Difficulty = according to the commonly used classification (T, E, EE, ... see FAQ);

Length = ...;

Total height difference = given by the sum of all the ascents and descents of the route; expressed in meters; with forward a + if ascending, a - if descending;

... and other useful information.

Important is the travel date that is updated every time the track is traveled again, useful to predict possible changes in the state of the track (a path recently traveled, probably, will be in the conditions described, a path long before will need of precautions, in this case contact with the site manager is recommended).

Finally, there is a short description which lists other information on how you can set up an excursion on that route.

The track of the route, in addition to being displayed on site, can be downloaded in KML or GPX format, displayed on GOOGLE HEART and loaded on your GNSS terminal (ex GPS) (Garmin or other) or smartphone.