La Val Forcola

La Val Forcola

Solena - Solena

From the parking area after Alpe Solena turn left onto path N145 and go into the canyon formed by the Val Forcola. After the Malga Fornelle, continue straight on at the junction along the Forcola Valley in surroundings that are unusual in this area as they are marked by an abundance of carbonate rocks, dominated by the massif of Monte Sumbraida.

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Once past Malga Forcola you arrive at a junction: go straight on and you reach Boccheta di Forcola, where the Italian front line was situated during the Great War; turning right along path N146.1 brings you to the Boccheta Pedenolo. The trail continues downhill along numerous bends until you reach Piano di Pedenolo and the hut of the same name with its views of the pyramid formed by Monte Sumbraida. The mule track continues down along the rocky wall with many bends and solid traverses then back to the junction with the Forcola Valley. Take bridleway road N145 back to your starting point.Church of St. Erasmus in Solena The first Church of St. Erasmus was built by AEM as spiritual sustenance for those engaged in the construction of the dam of San Giacomo. Particularly noteworthy is the rich wrought iron gate with its twisted columns. The interior contains a single nave.

  • Start at Fermata1
  • Go northeast on Sentiero n° N145 toward Carrareccia
  • Arrive at Fermata2, on the left
  • Depart Fermata2
  • Go east on Sentiero n° N145
  • Bear right on Sentiero n° N146.1
  • Turn right at Pista forestale to stay on Sentiero n° N146.1
  • Bear right on Sentiero n° N146
  • Arrive at Fermata3, on the right
  • Depart Fermata3
  • Go southwest on Sentiero n° N146
  • Turn left at Carrareccia to stay on Sentiero n° N146
  • Arrive at Fermata4, on the right
  • Depart Fermata4
  • Go south on Sentiero n° N146
  • Bear left on Sentiero n° N145
  • Finish at Fermata5, on the left
Ground statistics
Natural : 100%

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