Autumn is a season to discover. And what better way to do it than with an immersion in nature? The colors change from day to day and the temperatures that are not too rigid allow you to walk in silence to fill your eyes with beauty. One of the richest areas of Italy in paths and routes suitable for experts and beginners, including children, is the one around Urbino. Valleys and mountains, forests and hills are an open-air gym where the lungs regenerate one step at a time. Among the most popular and well-known places is the Riserva del Furlo whose famous gorge located between Mount Pietralata and Mount Paganuccio is an extraordinary spectacle in every season. Numerous excursions are planned until the end of November, even for the little ones (the complete calendar on the site riservagoladelfurlo.it). Another area to discover is that of Monte Catria, once a refuge for hermits on the border between Marche and Umbria. Here, too, do not miss a gorge, that of Burano, which forms the northern border of Monte Catria and which was once considered the best way to go to Rome from the Adriatic coast. Woods, woods and even more woods for the Cesane forest. The tree species are innumerable, from conifers to holm oaks, and you walk taking note of the thousand shades that the leaves take in autumn. Another alternative to consider for trips and trekking is Monte di Montiego, a limestone relief that is a real area of trails, of varying difficulty, among which we point out the number 5 that connects Piobbico to the village of Montiego passing through the Balza della Penna where the view of the Marche is truly unforgettable.