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Spiazzo

GREEN ROUTE: historic centers route

From the Spiazzo town hall, go to the upper part of the village and then go straight ahead to the state highway, near the “Cort da Togno” (point of interest nr 4) in Borzago. Go uphill to the state highway on the left, along the pavement and enter the historic center of Spiazzo, go straight ahead to the church (point of interest nr 2) and to the museum of the first world war in Adamello (point of interest nr 1). Pass the bridge on the right and then follow the pavement on the right. When you reach the Casa Moresc garnì take the road again and follow it, passing the last houses of Fisto and arrive at Cles. Pass the plate dedicated to the flood (point of interest nr 8) and take the route on the left, reaching Fisto (point of interest nr 6); cross the village, pass a granite fountain and the St. Felicita fresco (point of interest nr 11). Go straight ahead and take the little road alongside the sport area; at the end of this road turn left and take the bicycle lane on the left; go on to the wooden bridge on the river, cross it and then turn right; go on to the end of the road and take the state highway again. Cross it, enter the village and go back to the starting point.

 

YELLOW ROUTE: giro della ciclabile - bicycle lane

From the town hall go downhill to the state highway, cross it and go straight ahead to the church (point of interest nr 2) and to the museum of the first world war in Adamello (point of interest nr 1). Cross the bridge and turn right to the pavement; go on along the road that changed into a dirt road, on the left orographic side of the Sarca river, up to a meadow; follow the route and reach the bicycle lane; turn right and go to the bridge on the Sarca river; cross the Masere play-ground and take the paved road to the Baltarìn chapel; from here go on along the dirt road, pass downstream the St. Antonio church (point of interest nr 3) and arrive at the state highway again. Cross it, come into Mortaso and follow the road to the town hall.

 

ORANGE ROUTE: giro della pieve di rendena - Pieve di Rendena route

From the town hall go downhill to the state highway, cross it and continue to the church (point of interest nr 2) and to the museum of the first world war in Adamello (point of interest nr 1). Cross the bridge and go on as far as you cross the road to Bocenago. After about 250 mt from the crossroads, take the route that crosses the fields and reach a path, which goes behind the ski lift and then goes downhill along the Re river, up to arrive at a stable. Turn left, reach the road that leads to Ches. Here take the bicycle lane up to the bridge on the Sarca river; cross it and take the paved road that passes the Masere play-ground and arrive at the Baltarìn chapel; from here go uphill on the left to the state highway, cross it and go uphill to the meadow alongside the path near the left orographic side of the Bedù river. Reach the “sinter da li vidi” path with some dry stone walls (point of interest nr 13), which leads to the last houses of Borzago; go uphill to the village, cross the paved road and take again a path that cuts the wood and arrives at the Vagugn river. Go downhill to Mortaso, passing near the “rosta” (point of interest nr 10); arrive at the state highway, cross it and take the road on the left; at the first crossroads turn right and go downhill to the bicycle lane, that leads again to the play-ground and then to the bridge on the Sarca river. Cross the river and go on to the starting point.

 

BLUE ROUTE: Val di Borzago – S. Antonio

From the town hall go downhill to the state highway and follow it to Mortaso; come into the village (before the square with the fountain) and go uphill to a capital; take the path that leads there, pass the crossroads with another path that cuts the wood; go on for about 1 km, pass the Val da Casa and take the paved road to Val Borzago. After about 700 mt reach the monument dedicated to the planks bearers (point of interest nr 5); here the road goes uphill on the left orographic side of the Bedù river (point of interest nr 15) for about 1,5 km and arrives at the bridge. Cross the bridge and go downhill for about 2 km towards Pelugo. Go downhill to the state highway and cross it, go downhill on the right to the Baltarìn chapel, turn left, follow the road that crosses the fields up to the state highway again; follow it on the right along the pavement and come back to the starting point.

 

RED ROUTE: giro Stablo Nisafta Paù - Stablo Nisafta Paù route

From the town hall go downhill to the church (point of interest nr 2) and to the museum of the first world war in Adamello (point of interest nr 1); cross the river and go on; at the crossroads with the road to Bocenago take the little road and go on up to a stable, turn right and go ahead to the forest road that goes uphill to the wood, passing near the “calchèra” (point of interest nr 9). After about 1 km, take the path on the left that goes uphill into the wood quite steeply, up to reach again the forest road. Now turn left, follow the road for about 1,5 km and take the path that goes downhill on the left into the wood, reach the Palù area and a forest road. Follow this road towards Fisto and go back to the village. Alternative road: near the Palù zone, from the main path you can take the historic “Via Nova” mule track (point of interest nr 14), which ends upstream the Fisto village.

 

You can find the maps at Val Rendena town halls, Pro Loco tourist offices and Tourist Board offices


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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.

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