The suggestive hilly and mountainous environment, characterized by frequent natural and historical attractions, offers a wide range of possibilities for recreation for a relaxing holiday.

Simple walks on the trails that lead to typical “contrade” of spontaneous rural architecture, trekking on horseback or mountain bike excursions invite you to discover aspects of naturalistic interest, as the famous Grotte del Caglieron and the small lake of Fratte, or historical-artistic as the colossal bell tower of neo-gothic style, the Villa Salvador, the archpriest church rich in works of art, the Pala di San Giorgio to Osigo, but above all what remains of the castle Caminese in Piai whose ruins can make us evoke that age rude and warlike.

“When always was heard the clamor of lances against steel armors and the noise of swords in mortal duels”
Zangiacomi

The excursions high up in the mountains, on the paths traced by the associations of local volunteer indicated on the ” guide to excursions” published by the Mountain Community of the Treviso Prealps give the possibility to discover the peculiarities of nature still uncontaminated.


Panorama da strada del Santo

Panorama dalla Strada del Santo


Paths in Fregona

1037 Trail “Torchiato”

Path: Fratte, Borgo Coilsola, Col di Osigo, Borgo Luca, Osigo, Borgo Danese, Buse, Fratte.
Length: Km. 12,5
Difference in height: m. 500 about
Difficulty: easy
Average walking time: 3 – 3,5 hours

Where to eat
The itinerary

The itinerary starts in the locality of Fratte of Fregona from the public parking – at the corner of Via San Giusto – follows the same, enters an ancient court and continues in the face of the equally ancient Villa ex Altan-Pancetti in front Church of San Giusto of the eighteenth century, a small jewel of the contrada restored and constantly looked after by residents.
Taking toward east and crossing the space in front of the Villa itself, after about 400 mt. of downhill dirt road, you’ll reach the suggestive Lake “Matruc”, a small lake belonging to Enel artificially regulated in the water flow rate by a small dam that also controls the flows of the surrounding channels.
Keeping to the right of the Lake, immediately after the output channel of the water, take the uphill road toward the locality “Val Barè” whose buildings were the offices of the ancient Gastaldia of Fregona; passing on the back of the structure, can continues, always uphill until the fork where to turn left toward north on Via Lughera and go on for about 800 m.
At the next fork, go ahead on the right along the paved road downhill, up to the first small bridge where, turning left, you enter into a dirt road that, keeping right, through the vineyards leads to Villa Roncat (Salvador) built at the beginning of the eighteenth century in dominant zone on the sunny hill.
Left the Villa on the left descend to Via Roncat turning to the first crossroad on the left and after a few dozen meters, immediately to the right on the bridge for Via Coilsola, up to reach the namesake hamlet with the characteristic small church situated to the right side of the hamlet itself.
Going around the front of the small church and maintaining the vineyard on the left, is to take the dirt road that runs along it going until the end of the same and then continue straight on, crossing the grove and the subsequent vineyard to reach Via Pralongo turning left.
From here, continuing uphill for a little more than a kilometer, reaches the Chapel of the Madonna delle Grazie at Col di Osigo hamlet, from where, by making a small detour to the right, you can visit the center of the ancient hamlet with the emblematic “torchio” (machine for grapes pressing) placed at the center of the square.
Taking again the path from the Church toward north for about 150 meters along the paved road, is cross on the right, the dirt road that leads uphill toward Borgo Luca.
Crossed the provincial road (SP151) goes on, always uphill, passing in front of the fountain, up to the chapel of Sant’Antonio and, keeping the left, climb steeply up to the meadow above where, passing under some mulberry trees at the left of the stable, take the trail on a steep descent to the edge of the lawn that crosses the wood until you reach the dirt road that, downhill and flat, leads to the inhabitated area of Osigo (Via Carnielutti).
Continuing on Via Coletti/Carnielutti you reach the center of Osigo and crossing it in direction west (Via Osigo) on the paved road until you cross on the left, Via Castagnola that, after about 600 mt. of descent, passes in front of the center of drying grapes of Torchiato of Fregona.
Continue for about 2 km, at first on Via Borgo Danese, crossing the hamlet itself passing in front of the church of Saint Liberale erected by the nobles Giustiniani, and then onto Via Buse until reaching the roundabout where, keeping right, turn to Via Lughera walks on it for a little more than a kilometer in its ups and downs until its insertion in the SP 422 near the Restaurant “Alle Fratte”.
Turning left and proceeding on the sidewalk goes back near the parking of departure.”


1037A Trail “del Castello di Piai”

Path: Grotte del Caglieron, Castello di Piai’s ruins, Loc. Sonego, Loc. Piai, Grotte del Caglieron.
Length: Km. 3,5
Difference in height: m. 250
Difficulty: easy
Average walking time: 1,0 hours

Where to eat
Itinerary

Leaved the car in the car park near the Caglieron Caves in Fregona, you take the trail near the wall of containment to the east of the bridge (way mark 1037a), that clamber after being passed in front of a house, and forward in the hazelnut forest until you cross the dirt road that leads to the ruins of the Castle. Continuing on the latter, keeping right, you arrive shortly at the top of the hill where there are the ruins of the ancient manor of the Da Camino.
Returning on your own steps, is retrace the path back up to the previous fork where continue to the right for a hundred meters up to merge onto Via Borgo Ciser, on the paved road which, travelled to the right leads to the inhabited of Sonego passing in front of the former parish church and crossing the bridge over the torrent Carron.
Keeping the right and descending up to the intersection of Piai hamlet where, passing in front of the old fountain, there starts Via Grotte del Caglieron returning, in about fifteen minutes, to the point of departure.


1037B Trail “Pont de Fer-Grotte del Caglieron”

Path: Fregona, Grotte del Caglieron and return.
Length: Km. 3,5
Difference in height: m. 200
Difficulty: easy
Average walking Time: 1,5 hours

Where to eat
Itinerary

Among the paths to put in evidence there is certainly the 1037B, path considered important both under the historical profile and naturalistic. In fact, through it, it is possible to visit the Grotte del Caglieron, caves in “piera dolza” (sweet/tender stone) – so call because it is easily workable – that, in addition to offering the visitor an angle of spectacular opera made from nature, combines with suggestive complementarily the resourcefulness and the work of ancestors for the extraction of the raw material necessary for the edification of the door jambs, of terracing and architectural structures of a certain quality, first among all the beautiful Fregona’s bell tower.
In the vicinity of the Caves, makes a fine show also the old mill, in function until 1947, recently restored.
The path, well maintained and equipped with didactic panels, exercise equipment and protective fence in the steepest stretches, begins at the side of the southern side of the sports field to the crossroads between Via Concia and Via F.lli Barzotto, and presents no particular difficulties, except in the initial part, where it is necessary to pay particular attention if the soil is wet, not to slip on the descent to the “Pont de fer”.
After parking the car near the sports field or next to the cemetery (Piazza Maronese), will start on the dirt road that runs along the south part of the sports field and, keeping right take the trail (trail marker 1037B).
After a short stretch in a grove you arrive in a green space of connection between various properties cultivated and, keeping to the left, near to a first notice board descends along the trail cobblestones until you cross the torrent Carron passing through the “Pont de Fer”.
Immediately after the bridge, you climb right and then divert toward north, after a few hairpin bends, first on the meadows and then along the dirt road until you reach the small inhabited hamlet of Breda. Where begins the asphalt we keep right passing behind a house, taking a path downhill, until you reach the parking of the restaurant below. From here, keeping the left, crossing the dirt road and it continues uphill on the same – protected by handrails – up to reach a small clearing from where you can admire the caves from the top near an old lavatory and then continue through the “Borgo dello Scalpellino” (two old little houses above the caves recently restored to accommodate shortly soon the history of stonemason art as ancient craft) and climb steeply until you cross the provincial road (Via Grotte del Caglieron).
Crossing the road and walking few meters at right you will find the entrance of the cave of Santa Barbara, a time used as a mushrooms growing place.
Going back on the asphalt road, go down to the right and crossing the bridge in masonry, you can visit the Grotto of Our Lady (above the road) easily reachable by turning to the right and climb the stairs to access. Coming back down the stairs to the left and walk a few steps, you leave the asphalt and there you enter in the dirt road next to the bridge that descent into, after the hairpin bend, in the inner part of the Caves themselves (see brochures).
Walking down the wooden footbridges, it returns to the parking lot in front of the restaurant and from here you resume the path in the reverse direction to return to the starting point.


981 Trail “Bracconiere”

Path: Loc. Cadolten – Monte Croce – Casere delle Mandre – Agnelezza – Monte Pizzoc – Monte Croce – Cadolten.
Length: Km. 10,5
Difference in height: m. 480
Difficulty: medium – suitable for trained hikers
Average walking time: 4 hours

Where to eat
  • “Azienda Agrituristica Malga Coro” Via Cadolten 1, Tel. 0438 581889 Cell. 368 296403
  • Rifugio “Città di Vittorio Veneto” Via Monte Pizzoc 35, Tel. 0438 585231 Cell. 380 7535151 e-mail rifugiocittav.v@live.it
  • Casera “Le Crode” Via Pizzoc, Cell. 345 2588964 oppure Cell. 340 9029155 e-mail alice.francescon94@gmail.com
Itinerary

The ring trail starts and ends at the Forest House in locality Cadolten.
Going up by Vittorio Veneto on SP 422, shortly after the Crosetta Pass (1000 m slm), is located to the left the asphalt road that goes up to Monte Pizzoc (Via Monte Pizzoc) on which after about 2.5 km, there is a crossroads; going left on a nice paved road you arrive in Cadolten (Via Cadolten) where you can park on the edge of the woods near the house of Forest service.
Leaving behind the structure you descend to the right – for a good stretch – on cemented road that gradually opens up on a grassy basin of pleasant pastures dotted with alpine lodges up to reach the old Chapel of San Floriano, passing first in front at the little Church of Cadolten.
Keeping to the right and continuing to descend to about 50 m from the Chapel, always on the right, take the path of “Bracconiere” (trail CAI 981) well evidenced by the trail markers.
In steep ascent are reached the ruins of “casere” (old alpine huts) of Monte Croce (Cros) and crossing the glade toward west, the trail continues downhill to reach “Mandre”, characteristic place dear to Fregonesi dedicated to sheep farming and deforestation in the difficult post-war period in which still stands the homonymous “casera”, temple and refuge of that era saturated with sweat and hardships.
Passing in front of the latter go on, always in direction west, passing in front of the fountain which gives its name to the homonymous locality, “Costa Fontana”. After ten minutes, exceeded the “Tana del Lupo”, another ancient “casera” located to the limit of the area of grassland Agnelezza, it continues always on trail no. 981 in direction west until you cross the “Alta Via” n° 6 (path 980), better known as “The Alta Via dei Silenzi” (The high way of silences ) that in six days, walks all the Dolomites offering panoramas unique and enchanted and, by rising at the right on the ridge, it will arrive the peak of Monte Pizzoc in proximity of the memorial stone of the AVAB. CContinuing on the H3 direction east and passing in front of the Refuge City of Vittorio Veneto, after admiring the panorama that, in the clearest days, sweeps till the Venetian lagoon, you goes back the cemented road up to reach the asphalt road.
You can reach the same point, taking at the left of the large apron behind the Refuge, a steep but short zig zag path that leads to the great Cross that stands out in the Piazzale della Pace near the small rock altar on which dominates the significant bas-relief worked by a local stonemason. From the square, obtained from the reclamation of the area once the seat of a military base, descends along the dirt road until it reaches the asphalted municipal road and, going downhill, in proximity of the first curve, there you enter in trail Berry (or Sentiero della Pace) in direction east, paying attention to the road signs placed on wooden stakes which maintain the track but not always identifiable on the ground because of the high grass that, especially in the summer season, grows vigorous and abundant.
Among lush ridges, after a slight downhill you will reach the clearing of Monte Croce (Cros) initially travelled in the opposite direction and from here it continues on the path back, first downhill toward the east and then uphill toward north, returning to the starting point.


981A Trail “Terra Nera”

Path: Sonego – Cadolten – Sonego
Length: Km. 9
Difference in height: mt. 700
Difficulties: Hiking – demanding for initial climb.
Average walking time: 3 hours

Where to eat
  • “Azienda Agrituristica Malga Coro” Via Cadolten 1, Tel. 0438 581889 Cell. 368 296403
  • Osteria with cuisine Chies Milva Tel. 0438 585596 – e-mail trattoria.ciser@libero.it
  • Osteria Restaurant Cal Dei Cavai – tel 0438 915030 – e-mail osteriacaldeicavai@gmail.com
Itinerary

After leaving the car near the hamlet of Sonego, small but characteristic urban agglomerate in the extreme north of the town of Fregona, continue always toward the north in steep climb (Via Cal de Casal) first on an asphalt road and then on the road narrow cobbled/cemented up to past a votive capitals and reach a dirt clearing above the “weir” on Torrent Carron.
Made the hairpin bend, it continues toward the north-east for a few tens of meters up to take on the left, immediately after the concrete tank of the municipal aqueduct, the trail Terra Nera (981a) that climbs, always in the same direction, and after about an hour and a half walks you arrive to cross the road cemented “del Santo” that from Sonego leads to Cadolten. Going down on the same, keeping right to the only fork encountered (altitude 700 m), go back to the departure point, it allows to ourselves a stop almost obliged to admire the panorama in the clearing in front of the aedicule of St. Antonio da Padova, place and reference point for the inhabitants of the Pedemontana underlying, place known simply as “il Santo”.
It is possible to reach the pleasant area of Cadolten, not by descending , but going up on the cemented road crossed before.
Arriving on the plain of Cadolten, and keeping on the left the chapel of S. Floriano which marks it beginning, you crosses completely the plain going up to the Forestry house and from here, taking the road to the right, it can reach “Malga Coro”.
Going back on the same road you cross the forestry road “del Santo”, you go beyond the point of the beginning of the trail Terra Nera and, continuing to descent, back to Sonego.


982A Trail “Villa Natalia, Crosetta”

Path: Villa Natalia – Crosetta – Villa Natalia
Length: Km. 9
Difference in height: mt. 550
Difficulty: easy
Average walking time: 3 hours

Where to eat
  • Restaurant La Valassa Via Cansiglio 165 Tel. 0434 77472 Cell. 349 5009769 e-mail lavalassaluna@libero.it
  • Hotel Restaurant/Pizzeria “LA LANTERNA” – Tel 0438 585344 – Cell. 347 2227283
  • Trattoria da Grillo Via Cansiglio 72 Tel. 0438 585717 – Cell. 329 2147863 e-mail motoristogrillo@libero.it
Itinerary

Parked the car near Villa Natalia, construction situated to the left immediately after the straight road in Valsalega along the provincial road that rises in Cansiglio, you enter the road cemented to the side of the structure (way mark 982) and in a few minutes you will reach “Pian Sambuc” where lie some chalets and a votive chapel.
Continuing rights you enter the wood of conifers and taking the right (always following the trail sign) you get to “Malga Cuierta” from where you continue taking the bumpy road on the left, until you reach the road that, parallel to the provincial, leads to the left first downhill and then uphill to Passo Crosetta.
Keeping the left and passed the fountain, follow the trail sign that, entering again in the woodland, crosses the dolines and encountering some chalets, continues uphill in cemented road to then continue on a easy dirt road on which on the right side gives a lovely show of itself a restored chalet followed by some ruins.
When you reach the junction, enter the left slightly downhill cart road that leads at its end to “Malga Zuel” from where, paying attention, exceeded the small gate left with sign white/red on the picket, you follow it close to the fence of the Malga itself until it reaches another small gate, similar to the first, and from here it goes forward once again in the forest.
Always on way mark 982, it follows the downhill path until it intersects the road that, always in descent, arrives to the asphalt road.
Crossed the provincial road, passing in front of the Pizzeria “La Lanterna”, keeps the valley floor up to overcome the bar of the last hut and, following the little marked trail in a few hundreds of meters you back to the departure point.


1036 – Trail “San Daniele”

Path: Osigo-San Daniele-Col Pravinera-Strada del Santo-Osigo
Length: Km. 3,5
Difference in height: m. 250
Difficulty: easy
Average walking time: 1,5 hours

Where to eat
Itinerary

Parking the car in the area of an abandoned restaurant just above the inhabited hamlet of Osigo – fraction of Fregona – along the provincial road that rises up to the plateau of Cansiglio, shortly after the second hairpin bend in correspondence of a chapel erected as “Sacrario dei Caduti di Osigo” (Shrine of the Fallen of Osigo) it take on the left the trail with trail sign no. 1036.
The track goes up the side of the hill punctuated by 14 Stations of the Cross and, in about fifteen minutes, leads to the little church of San Daniele, at an altitude of 541 m slm from where you can admire a beautiful panorama on the wide plain below.
The trail continues uphill, at the end of the protective fence of the area in front of the small church and heading toward the northwest, in an easy route at the side of the mountain terminates in the locality of “Col Pravinera”.
Crossed the next glade, passing in front of a couple of “casere”(typical old alpine huts), take on the left the road downhill until you cross the road unpaved/cemented that comes up from Osigo and travelling downhill and taking the left at the first crossroad, enters in the asphalted road Via Pravinera from where, in a few minutes, you return to the car park.


1036A Trail “Nino Lot”

Path: Ponte Levine – Bivacco Nino Lot – Cadolten – Santo – Ponte Levine
Length: Km. 7,5
Difference in height: m. 750
Difficulty: medium
Average walking time: 3 hours

Where to eat
  • Trattoria da Grillo Via Cansiglio 72 Tel. 0438 585717 – Cell. 329 2147863 e-mail motoristogrillo@libero.it
  • Osteria with cuisine to Franco – Osigo – Tel. 0438 950431 osteriadafranco@libero.it
  • Azienda Agrituristica Malga Coro loc. Cadolten 1 Tel. 0438 581889 Cell. 368 296403
Itinerary

The itinerary starts at an altitude of 500 m sml, one kilometer to the north of the inhabited hamlet of Osigo – fraction of Fregona – on the left of the provincial road 422 of Cansiglio in the locality of Ponte Levine, immediately after the bridge over the torrent Gava.
The path marked with trail sign 1036A, climbs up immediately from the forest reaches in little more than an hour the bivouac at 1,050 m altitude, then join on a forest track, near the chapel of Sant’Antonio, that must be travelled uphill for about 500 m.
Before the successive bend on the right, the trail marker 1036A leaves the carriageable road and diverts on the left going up again in the forest and then merge onto a dirt carriage road in direction north-west and continue up to the chapel of San Floriano in locality Cadolten.
Leaving at its right the chapel take on the left the road “del Santo” – the forest track previously crossed – that in a steep descent takes back near the chapel of Sant’Antonio. From here, after admiring the panorama that on the clearest days, sweeps down to the sea will be resumed in the woods the way mark 1036A (entrance just before the Chapel),and following the trail marker in descent it back to the departure point.


European footpath no. 6 (Alta Via dei Silenzi)

Path: Sonego – Agnelezza – Monte Pizzoc – Sonego
Length: Km. 9,5
Altitude: mt. 1.150
Difficulty: demanding especially for the downhill stretch.
Average walking time: 4-5 hours

Dove mangiare
Itinerary

After leaving the car near the hamlet of Sonego, small but characteristic urban agglomerate in the extreme north of the town of Fregona, continue always toward the north in steep climb (Via Cal de Casal) first on an asphalt road and then on the road narrow cobbled/cemented up to past a votive chapel and reach a dirt clearing above the “weir” on Torrent Carron.
Keeping the left and continue on the carriageable running along the Rio Dolza up to the saddle where, turning right it enters the Alta Via no. 6 (way mark triangle – Trail of the Agnelezza).
The trail climbs on a pleasant path between hornbeams and beeches initially alternating ascent with the easy steps in falsopiano.
Crossed an hazelnuts forest, rapidly we reach the Grotto of Our Lady of the Agnelezza, stopover and destination of prayers for the lovers of the mountain that here – every year at the end of April and at the end of October – open and close the hiking season with the celebration of a Holy Mass animated by the Cai’s Choir of Vittorio Veneto.
Continuing on the trail, made some broad steps leads to a lookout point where, on clear days, the view extends to the Venice lagoon.
We ignore two junctions on the right of the trail, and maintaining the trail marker, it is in a few minutes out of the woods, on the grassy part of the south-west of mount and turning right between some shrubs climb the ridge where, without any shelter, it enjoy an overview on the part of the “Val Lapisina” and a glimpse on the underlying lakes and it reaches, with sections rather steep and gravelly, the top of the “Monte Pizzoc” in the vicinity of the memorial stone of the AVAB. From here, extending the view around you can see on the left some peaks of the Dolomites between which is easily recognizable Monte Pelmo for its shape ‘as throne’ (“caregòn del Sior”) and to the right the tops of Alpago, among which stands out the Monte Cavallo at the foot of which rests the Piana del Cansiglio.
Continue in the direction east on the path H3 that carries initially on grassy area and then on dirt road up to the Refuge City of Vittorio Veneto where from its front side depart the trace of track called “Direttissima” for both brevity of path that steepness of descent that, passing next to some pylons of the old cableway of a cement factory which had carried to the valley – in the locality of Sant Andrea in Vittorio Veneto – the material extracted from the quarry, the remains of which are still visible at the back of the Rifugio itself, arrives precipitously to intersect the trail of Bracconiere with trail sign no. 981 in the locality of “Costa Fontana” to proceed in front of the source and bend again toward the south and, always in steep descent, enters the forest road “del Santo”. From here, turning initially at right and then keeping left you will find yourself on the unpaved clearing of the starting route and, down backwards, goes back to the inhabited of Sonego.


Sentiero della Riserva

Length: Km. 9,5


Anello del Cansiglio

Length: Km. 13,0


Alta Via dei Silenzi n°6

Length: Km. 11,6


Map of Fregona’s paths


Carta Toponomastica Sentieristica Fregona - Pro Loco Fregona

Sentieri del Cansiglio (a cura di Veneto Agricoltura)

Sentiero n. 1 – Anello del Cansiglio

Lunghezza: Km. 15
Tempo di percorrenza: ore 4
Punto di partenza: Rifugio San Osvaldo
Punto di arrivo: Rifugio San Osvaldo

Equipaggiamento

L’abbigliamento consigliato per le escursioni in montagna è quello comunemente definito “a cipolla” che prevede l’uso di maglie sovrapposte a diversa pesantezza e deve comprendere sempre un maglione pesante (o pile), una giacca a vento e/o mantellina impermeabile. Le scarpe invece dovranno avere suola robusta, possibilmente scarponi da trekking o pedule. Sarà buona cura portare scarpe, calzini e un maglione di ricambio.
Non si deve far affi damento sul telefono cellulare in quanto la copertura del segnale nelle aree montane non è mai totale. È più utile piuttosto lasciar detto dove si va, evitando di cambiare percorso.

Descrizione del sentiero

Questo percorso circonda la Piana del Cansiglio; esso può essere percorso interamente o per singoli tratti accessibili comodamente dalla piana. Alcune frecce direzionali agevolano gli
escursionisti lungo il percorso.
Il percorso ha una lunghezza totale di quasi 15 km e il tempo totale di percorrenza è stimato in circa 4 ore. Tuttavia è possibile costruire degli itinerari parziali più corti a partire da vari punti facilmente collegati alla piana da viabilità silvo-pastorale.
L’itinerario ha inizio al parcheggio di fronte al Rifugio S. Osvaldo dove si può comodamente lasciare l’automobile. Salire verso Casera Lissandri lungo la strada che attraversa i prati e i
pascoli. Proseguire lungo il sentiero, senza raggiungere la Casera, fi no al limite del bosco e girare verso destra; continuare utilizzando il percorso entro i rimboschimenti di abete rosso fino a raggiungere la strada provinciale n. 422 che attraversa la piana del Cansiglio. Attraversare i prati utilizzando il sentiero e dirigersi verso la torbiera e poi verso il giardino botanico alpino; proseguire al margine del bosco fi no a giungere alla strada che porta all’area picnic “Archeton”, oltre il golf club. Continuare entro il bosco fino a giungere alla seconda area picnic “Bus de la Lum”, proseguire lungo il margine del bosco, dirigendosi sul sentiero fino a intercettare la strada asfaltata in prossimità del ristorante Genziana. Oltrepassata la strada provinciale seguire il sentiero verso il Villaggio Cimbro Vallorch, dapprima lungo la strada asfaltata che costeggia i prati, successivamente nel bosco. Superare un pannello illustrativo sulle carbonaie e ricongiungersi al sentiero che, attraversando la piana, riconduce alla strada che porta al parcheggio del Rifugio S. Osvaldo.

Per maggiori informazioni Sentiero 1 – “Anello del Cansiglio”


Sentiero n. 2 – Anello della Riserva

Lunghezza: Km. 7,5
Tempo di percorrenza: ore 3
Punto di partenza: parcheggio oltre Campon
Punto di arrivo: parcheggio oltre Campon

Equipaggiamento

L’abbigliamento consigliato per le escursioni in montagna è quello comunemente definito “a cipolla” che prevede l’uso di maglie sovrapposte a diversa pesantezza e deve comprendere sempre un maglione pesante (o pile), una giacca a vento e/o mantellina impermeabile. Le scarpe invece dovranno avere suola robusta, possibilmente scarponi da trekking o pedule. Sarà buona cura portare scarpe, calzini e un maglione di ricambio.
Non si deve far affidamento sul telefono cellulare in quanto la copertura del segnale nelle aree montane non è mai totale. È più utile piuttosto lasciar detto dove si va, evitando di cambiare percorso.

Descrizione del sentiero

Il sentiero della riserva è un itinerario di circa 7,5 km che si percorre approssimativamente in 3 ore e che attraversa una parte della Riserva Orientata Pian di Landro Baldassarre. Alcune
frecce direzionali agevolano gli escursionisti lungo il percorso.
Il percorso ha inizio poco dopo l’abitato di Campon, nei cui pressi vi sono due parcheggi ove si può lasciare l’automobile. Procedendo verso Tambre una strada asfaltata si dirama sulla
destra e una freccia in legno indica la partenza del percorso. Proseguire lungo la strada asfaltata, lunga circa 3 km e superare il cartello che annuncia l’inizio della Riserva Orientata
Pian di Landro-Baldassarre; lo steccato che corre sul lato destro della strada costituisce il confine della riserva. Dopo circa 30 minuti, si giunge all’area picnic attrezzata; prendere la
strada bianca che si dirama sulla destra; il percorso sale lentamente e dopo circa 45 minuti in corrispondenza di una freccia prendere un sentiero sulla destra che lascia la strada bianca e s’inoltra nella faggeta (si segnala che proseguendo sulla strada dopo circa 50 m è posizionata una huta cimbra, tipica costruzione locale). Dalla Freccia proseguire per circa 30 minuti nel bosco finché non si esce presso il pascolo di Casera Costalta, procedere lungo il margine del bosco e all’altezza di una freccia prendere il sentiero che s’inoltra nel bosco sulla destra. In corrispondenza di una freccia il percorso prosegue a destra dentro la riserva. Dei segni bianchi-rossi-bianchi (indicazione del Viale 2) posti sugli alberi consentono all’escursionista di seguire il sentiero con ulteriore facilità.
È importante rimanere sul tracciato proposto seguendo la segnaletica, non procedere fuori sentiero per evitare di perdersi e per tutelare piante e animali, presenti nella riserva. Il sentiero interseca poi la strada asfaltata percorsa all’inizio e prosegue fino al parcheggio.

Per maggiori informazioni Sentiero 2 – “Anello della Riserva”


Sentiero n. 3 – Anello della Biodiversità

Lunghezza: percorso base 8,2 km; var.1 11,3 km; var.2 12,8 km.
Tempo di percorrenza: percorso base 3 ore e 30’; var.1 4 ore; var.2 5 ore
Punto di partenza: Pian Rosada
Punto di arrivo: Pian Rosada

Equipaggiamento

L’abbigliamento consigliato per le escursioni in montagna è quello comunemente definito “a cipolla” che prevede l’uso di maglie sovrapposte a diversa pesantezza e deve comprendere sempre un maglione pesante (o pile), una giacca a vento e/o mantellina impermeabile. Le scarpe invece dovranno avere suola robusta, possibilmente scarponi da trekking o pedule. Sarà buona cura portare scarpe, calzini e un maglione di ricambio.
Non si deve far affidamento sul telefono cellulare in quanto la copertura del segnale nelle aree montane non è mai totale. È più utile piuttosto lasciar detto dove si va, evitando di cambiare percorso.

Descrizione del sentiero

Questo percorso, denominato Anello della Biodiversità per la varietà di ambienti che attraversa, si sviluppa nella zona sopra Pian Canaie alle pendici del M. Croseraz. Alcune frecce direzionali agevolano gli escursionisti lungo tutto il sentiero.
Al percorso base si possono aggiungere due varianti abbastanza impegnative.
Il percorso base ha una lunghezza totale di 8,2 km e il tempo totale di percorrenza è stimato in circa 3 ore e 30 min.
Il percorso base con la variante di Pian Scalon misura in totale 11,3 km ed è percorribile in circa 4 ore.
Il percorso completo comprendente la salita al Croseraz misura 12,8 km e risulta percorribile in circa 5 ore.

Percorso base
Il percorso ha inizio a Pian Rosada (1053 m s.l.m.) ove si può parcheggiare l’automobile. Si prosegue lungo la strada asfaltata verso Pian Canaie e oltrepassato l’abitato, dopo circa 400 m si prende una strada bianca sterrata che si inoltra a destra nel bosco di faggio in loc. Val de Piera. Lungo la salita è possibile osservare alla propria destra numerosi giovani esemplari di faggio che stanno crescendo in un’area colpita una decina di anni orsono da una tromba d’aria. In prossimità di un bivio posto a circa 1200 m, in corrispondenza di una freccia segnalatrice, si
svolta a destra (dopo 1 ora e 30 min.), e si prosegue lungo il viale D su un tracciato senza grossi cambi di pendenza e ricco di aperture entro il bosco, ove non è difficile intravvedere animali come cervi e caprioli oppure sentire il fruscio del bosco al loro passaggio. Raggiunto l’incrocio con il sentiero CAI 922, lo si oltrepassa e si prosegue sempre lungo il viale D (segnale bianco-rosso-bianco) su un tracciato in lieve discesa fino ad incontrare il sentiero CAI 984 (1 ora, tot. 2 ore 30 min.) che va superato per proseguire sempre lungo il viale D fino ad incontrare (dopo circa 10 min.) la strada (viale B) che conduce a Pian dei Lovi.
Poco oltre Pian dei Lovi si prosegue sempre lungo il viale D e giunti all’incrocio col viale 6 si prosegue lungo questo fino alla strada che conduce a Pian Rosada (totale 3 ore 30 min.).

Variante 1 salita a Pian Scalon
In prossimità del cippo 38 del Viale D presso Pian del Scheo (freccia segnalatrice) parte la variante che sale a Pian Scalon, molto interessante per la variabilità di ambienti che attraversa, sicuramente la zona a maggiore biodiversità dell’intera Foresta del Cansiglio. Per far ciò si prende il viale B fino al cippo 13, poi si prosegue lungo i tornanti della strada che si stacca sulla sinistra per rendere il percorso meno pendente e impervio; ci si ricongiunge al viale B e si prosegue fino a Pian Scalon al confine con la Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia (Fontana Agher).
Da qui si scende dapprima lungo il crinale seguendo il confine di sottosezione (linea azzurra tracciata sui fusti degli alberi), poi si gira a destra in prossimità di una radura (freccia segnalatrice) e si prosegue su una strada sterrata fino ad incontrare il viale D per poi procedere lungo il viale 6 da dove si prosegue fino alla strada che conduce nuovamente a Pian Rosada.

Variante 2 alla cima del Croseraz
Da Fontana Agher è possibile raggiungere la cima del M. Croseraz seguendo il ripido percorso che conduce alla cima (1712 m s.l.m.) lungo il confine tra le Regioni Veneto e Friuli
Venezia Giulia. Il ritorno avviene lungo il medesimo tracciato percorso in salita.

Per maggiori informazioni Sentiero 3 – Anello della Biodiversità