-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 112
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.
The road carries on through “Piana del Lomaso”, an area of fertile land yielding potatoes, corn and apples. After a few hundred metres, at the crossing, you will see on the right the sign for a private road leading to Castel Campo. The castle is now privately owned by the Rasini Family and can be visited only via bookings (tel. +39 0465 702020).
The castle includes two corner towers rising on its south side, an extensive area of walkways and wards inside the walls leading to the servants’ chambers, the masters’ keep and to the upper mediaeval courtyard. This ancient castle, probably dating back to the X century, once was owned by the Campos, acquired by the Hacks in 1458, followed by the Trapps in 1470 and the Rautenstrauch in 1890. Since 1920 it is property of the Rasini family. In the chapel, around the courtyards, the galleries as well as the communal areas you will find fine frescoes, dated XV century, and some more recent ones painted by maestro Carlo Donati in the early 1900. As you leave the castle on your right, resume the walk through the forest and continue on up a short climb, until you reach an area of grassland. Pass through a walnut tree plantation and arrive at Maso Pacomio; from here, start walking down to the left until you pass S. Vigilio’s church. The road continues leading first to a small bridge, surrounded by trees, and then to the open fields around Lomaso. Take the first paved road on the right towards Dasindo. As you approach the first house in the village, which has been newly built, turn left and after a few metres take another left until you reach a shrine sheltered by a shady tree. From the shrine, continue to the right along the paved road and through the crop fields until you reach Campo, the starting point of this walk.
|Activity time||1 h 30 min|
|Height difference||39 m|
|Activity time||1 h 00 min|
|Height difference||156 m|
|Activity time||3 h 00 min|
|Height difference||507 m|