The trail with the theme of traditional trades takes you on a tour of Pranzo and recalls both the workshops in the small town and the public places where the collective life of the community took place.
The large panels which make up the installation are all sculpted in wood -Stone Pine, for the most part – by the students and teachers of the Scuola del legno of Pranzo, a small school of woodworking which has earned itself a name in recent years.
They record old stories about activities which are typical to the local area and give their names in local dialect. These are trades and professions which date back to the mid-20th century, but which are connected with an unbroken tradition with roots in centuries past. Pranzo, a town with many workshops, factories, laboratories and production facilities, invites you to come and discover these old jobs and get a glimpse of what is now a part of local history.
The Hidden Treasures itineraries were designed in order to give visitors a chance to get to know places in Garda Trentino that are off the beaten track. For this reason, the signposting is not always in the same style and sometimes missing altogether. We therefore recommend you to take a good map with you on these excursions. And then bear in mind your general reference points: Lake Garda = South, Monte Stivo = East, Rocchetta = West, Arco Castle = North.
The telephone number for the emergency services is 112.
The information on this chart is subject to inevitable variations, so this means that none of the indications are absolute. It is not entirely possible to avoid giving inexact or imprecise information, given how quickly environmental and weather conditions can change. For this reason we decline any responsibility for changes which the user may encounter. In any case, the hiker is advised to check the conditions of the places, environment and weather before setting out.
The proposed itinerary is a loop which starts at the town school in via Nino Pernici [panel 1].
Starting at the school, you soon reach the church of San Leonardo. Continue on down via Cavada [panels 3, 4, 5, 6] and keep going as far as the junction with via Guella, where you turn into this road. At the panel which shows the barber , turn into “via di Val” [panels 8 to 13]. Go on as far as the main road where you cross at the bus stop, shortly after the panel showing the chestnut . Continue on down via dei Castagni until you come to what remains of an ancient oven on the right and eventually come back onto the main road below the traffic lights, at [panel 15] the doctor's house.
When you get to the car park near the old osteria  turn into the road which leads down to the town (in the direction of the church) and turn right at the first junction, going down via Noderi as far as the notary's house . Turn right taking a detour to the panel  dedicated to bricklayers, or to the left [panel 19] and the way back to the car park in via Nino Pernici.