Gola del Furlo

Gola del Furlo

goladilfurloThe Furlo Pass is a gorge on the ancient roman road Via Flaminia where it passes near the Candigliano river, a tributary of the Metauro
The gorge was formed between the Pietralata (889 m) and Paganuccio mountains (976 m), by the erosive strength of the river Candigliano.
During the past decades the cleft became extremely deep, however nowadays it is not possible to observe this depth because of a dike that was build in 1922 and that transformed a wild, impetuous river into a quiet lake.