Spello – Assisi is the fifth and last section of the Assisi -Spoleto Olive Belt Trails. It is called the “Seraphic trail” because the route connects Spello to the town of St. Francis, with long stretches following the same roads he travelled. The first section makes for a pleasant walk with long flat stretches skirting Mount Subasio. However, the intermediate section starts going uphill, leading travellers into the woods and on trails, up to the Eremo delle Carceri in Assisi. From there, after a short stretch uphill, the trail plunges down again towards Assisi’s town centre and St. Francis’ Wood, where the Olive Belt Trails end.