by Lorenzo Piccoli
I came back to Trento one week before a new round of restrictions to mobility entered into force. During these days I went up the mountains: Bondone, Paganella, Folgaria, Lusia. It was my time to listen, speak, think.
In the introduction to the book of Walter Micheli, Passioni e sentieri, Franco de Battaglia writes that gasping and panting during the ascent, men and women of different ideas discover that they share a similar fatigue. I always had the suspicion that Walter liked mountain trails for this reason too, not only naturalistic, but also a little socialist (own translation from Italian).