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Cinque Terre walking tracks

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I've done some preliminary research on Cinque Terre including a few threads on Fodors here...

I came to the link of the national park regarding treks and at the time of accessing, Path no.2, which are the main paths connecting the 5 towns in Cinque Terre are currently closed. Does anyone know if they are generally closed during this time of year, or is something else going on there? (Just googled and Manarola is sunny, no adverse weather it appears).

Link to the park website:
http://www.parconazionale5terre.it/sentieri_parco.asp?id_lingue=2

Also, I'm planning on going early January, would anyone have experience how it is in Cinque Terre that time of year? I know that the ferry's are inoperative until March.. but how about shops, food, trains, walking paths? Any comments welcome, thanks!

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