Along the whole Italian alpine arch tens of old paths were used in the past to cross the border illegally. Goods and people have always moved across them. Along the centuries Italians used to trade pasta, rice or sheep for French salt. The most of these paths are quite difficult to walk on. People without any skill of mountain life […]
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