I found this website: http://www.genius-loci.it/tour/cinque-terre-footpaths-spring-2013 with up-to date info. Apparently some of the paths are still closed, but work is in progress.
The Cinque Terre National Park tries to give the most up-to-date info on this page of their website: www.parconazionale5terre.it/sentieri-e-trekking.asp?id_lingue=2 – above the map you’ll find also the average walking times. Please note that also the yellow paths (for ‘experienced hikers’) are absolutely feasible for the average client on one of our tours.
Along all paths indicated as ‘closed’ (red), trespassing is still forbidden (and considered a legal offence). We are in continuous contact with our guides and accomodation holders in the area to get the most up-to-date situation, as well as a forecast for the coming days. Some of the guides and hotel owners in the area are themselves doing some trail maintenance, as volunteers.
One of the main problems remains the landslide between Manarola and Corniglia, due to which already last year this path was closed. However, this section can easily be by-passed doing the beautiful walk, with leads through the hamlet of Volastra.
Although many tourists ‘stick’ to the one coastal path, including the world-famous ‘Via dell’Amore’, the Cinque Terre have much more to offer to the avid hiker. It features a whole network of amazing paths.
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