Itinerary: Ponte Arche, Campo Lomaso, Dasindo, Stumiaga, Fiavè archaeological site, Favrio, Dasindo, Vigo Lomaso (shortcut from Dasindo, Vigo Lomaso, Poia, Ponte Arche).
The route is marked with red footprints.
-plan with care your itinerary
-choose an itinerary that suits your physical condition
-choose carefully the appropriate equipment
-check the weather forecast
-if you walk alone it could be more dangerous
-tell someone where you’re going and when you’ll probably be back
-don’t hesitate to contact an expert if you think you’re going to need one
-pay attention to the signposts
-don’t hesitate to retrace your steps
-in case of accident call 118
Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.
From Giardino Al Sarca take the footpath that runs along the entire river Duina walking up towards the Carabinieri station until you reach Campo Lomaso. When you arrive near the Franciscan convent, continue straight through the countryside. You will spot on the right, through the trees, Castel Campo, now a private residence. As you approach the end of the plain, where the crop fields start spreading uphill and the road enters the woods, turn left onto a paved road that leads swiftly to Dasindo. Here, you will find a sanctuary dedicated to Madonna Assunta, Our Lady of the Assumption, enriched with beautiful frescoes by Simone Baschenis. Continue walking up, bearing right, to reach Stumiaga and then Fiavè, with its Pile-dwelling Museum located in the town centre. After visiting the museum, continue towards the archaeological site of Fiavè, one of the 111 alpine pile-dwelling UNESCO World Heritage sites. Here, follow the signposted path leading to the birdwatching towers. At the end of the circular path around the archaeological site, continue towards Fravio, where you will enjoy stunning views across the Brenta range. Afterwards, descend to Dasindo and continue for Vigo Lomaso. Here, you can visit the church dedicated to San Lorenzo that stands on a grassy terrace overlooking the town. Dating back to 1206, it’s one of the oldest churches in Trentino, second only to the cathedral in Trento. Leave the church and turn left on a secondary road that leads, ascending and descending, to Poia first and then Ponte Arche.