GREEN ROUTE: bycicle lane
In front of Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7) take the road downhill near the church (point of interest nr 6), go across the main road and pass the sport area. Go down the cobblestones road and reach the bicycle lane. Turn left and go along the bicycle lane up to a little bridge; pass it and continue along a dirt road, pass “Dai Camor” farm and, after about 200 mt, take the road on the left that crosses the fields and another dirt road parallel to the state highway. Follow this road on the left and go to the state highway. Cross it and enter Giustino. Go straight ahead, pass the square of the village surrounded by some historic houses with religious frescos (point of interest nr 3 4 5) and come back to the starting point.
YELLOW ROUTE: Belvedere route
Facing backwards Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7), in front of the church (point of interest nr 6) turn right along the street and enter Vadaione village. Pass a wooden and granite washboard and an historic house on the left (point of interest nr 1), turn right along a road and walk uphill, pass another washboard and follow the road on the left back Bellavista hotel, then go on along the path. Go on straight ahead up to a bench; from here go down on the left and take the high road of the village, turn left and go straight to the state highway. Turn left, follow the pavement and come back to the town hall.
ORANGE ROUTE: San Giovanni route
Facing backwards Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7) turn left; before the arch take the road uphill on the left, go straight ahead towards the “Agritur La Trisa”. Pass the farm and follow the road that goes into the wood; go on along the same road uphill as far as you find a little headland with the little church of San Giovanni (point of interest nr 14). Continue along the road towards Massimeno main square, near some rural buidings and a votive capital (“Caputel da le bagole”, point of interest nr 15 ). From the square take the road downhill to Giustino; when you reach the first hairpin bend, take the road on the right, go down to the paved road again. Take the paved road up to the route towards Giustino, turn right, pass the square with some historic frescoed houses (point of interest nr 3 4 5) and come back to the starting point.
PURPLE ROUTE: St. Luigi route
From the main square of Massimeno take the road to the restaurant “La Civetta”. Go on towards Bocenago up to the Madonna capital (point of interest nr 17); go on and follow the easy path on the right towards St. Luigi little church (point of interest nr 13). From here come back and take again the road to Bocenago for about 1,2 km. At the crossroads, take the road on the left, follow it (in part a stretch that cuts a hairpin bend) and go back to the Madonna capital and to the village.
Shorter route: after St. Luigi church, go to the road towards Bocenago, after 500 mt on the left take a path that cuts into the wood and arrives at the road above, that leads to the village.
BROWN ROUTE: Palazìn Màsari route
From Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7) take the road towards Vadaione village, pass a beautiful wooden and granite washboard, a historic house (point of interest nr 1) and go straight ahead passing Bellavista hotel on the right. At the crossroads keep the right, go downhill and go on up to the next crossroads; go straight up to Ciclamino park in Pinzolo and go on along the road behind the park as far
as the “Ruina” little square. Cross the square and take the road on the right that goes on with a cobblestones road; follow it, take the paved road and then the path that starts 10 mt downhill on the left. Follow it for about 1 km up to the way back to Vadaione. At the washboard turn left and go back to the starting point.
SKY-BLUE ROUTE: quartz quarry route
Facing backwards Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7) go uphill on the left, before the stone arch turn left on the road that goes uphill to the high part of the village; before arriving at “Agritur la Trisa”, turn left along the paved road that goes up into the wood, pass the crossroads to Valastun area and go straight to the same road. After about 700 mt take the route on the right above the quartz quarry (point of interest nr 7), which cuts the road above Massimeno after less than 1 km. Follow it for 2 km up to the center of Massimeno. Cross the main square and take the road on the left, pass the rural houses of the village and the votive capital called Caputel da le bagole (point of interest nr 15 ), go to the little church of San Giovanni (point of interest nr 14); follow the way back to Giustino and arrive near “Agritur La Trisa”. From here come back to the village.
BLUE ROUTE: Margùn route
From Giustino town hall (point of interest nr 7) take the road to Vadaione; when you meets a wooden and granite washboard, take the road on the right near the “Tisi” house with a beautiful fresco (point of interest nr 2), go straight ahead up to the first crossroads, take the cobblestones road that goes uphill to the wood as far as a paved road. Continue going up and take on the left the crossroads to Valastun, pass a beautiful panoramic point on Adamello and then a pic nic area. About 250 mt after the pic nic area, take the path on the left that goes down to a forest road. Now turn left and follow the road to the starting crossroads with the cobblestones road. From here go down to the road in front of the washboard towards Vadaione, turn left and go back to the starting point.
RED ROUTE: Funtanàc' route
From the main square of Massimeno, pass the public gardens and take the road that goes uphill on the right, walking along the “Salagada” mule track (point of interest nr 12), that crosses the wood steeply.
Go on along the road to “Funtanàc” zone. Go on up to the road that changed into a path. After 200 mt turn right, follow this route and pass some hairpin bends. Here go to the road which pass Runc area and go back to the village.
You can find the maps at Val Rendena town halls, Pro Loco tourist offices and Tourist Board offices
BABY BUGGIES - EASY
Routes in the historic center of the villages, provided with all public and private facilities. Maximum accessibility.
CHILDREN up to 3-6 years - EASY
Level routes with rest stops, pic nic areas, play-ground. Maximum accessibility.
CHILDREN up to 6-9 years - MEDIUM
Longer routes, the most of which outside the villages; higher altitude and greater height difference. Benches and rest stops. No total accessibility because of some dirt roads.
KIDS up to 10-12 years MEDIUM-DIFFICULT
Middle altitude routes, among woods and glades. No facilites but benches. Packed lunch is recommended.
KIDS up to 13-14 years - DIFFICULT
Hiking routes with a great height difference; it is necessary a fairly good knowledge of the mountain environment. Packed lunch.