Val da La Fo'rcola

Val da La Fo'rcola

Parcheggio P 14 Po'nt Lo'nch - Parcheggio P 10 La Fo'rcola

Start from parking area P14 Pont Lo'nch, then immediately take the bike trail on the right-hand side towards Forcola. On the left is the small church of Tre'sgenda then the chapel of San Cristoforo. From Pont Re'z Sc'tort the trail becomes a dirt bridleway and, having crossed the Pont dal Ve'rt, it climbs slightly up to parking area P8 Al Vach.

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From here is first a flat stretch of bridleway N101. A slight ascent continues on the right-hand side and leads to Sasc da Pre'da Gro'sa, then onto the bridleway along the Val da la Fo'rcola. There are wide pastures on the right-hand side, where the Baite'l dal Gras di Agne'gl stands, and a dense forest of pines on the left-hand side, followed by Li Acqua Ne'ira. Cross a small bridge and, continuing on the left-hand side, walk along the final winding stretch to parking area P10 La Fo'rcola, the border point with Switzerland.The churches of Livigno. The first church, Santa Maria, dates back to 1300. The churches of San Antonio, San Rocco, Our Lady of Sorrows of Florino, Our Lady of Sorrows of Lourdes at La Tresenda, Our Lady of Sorrows in Val Federia, the Blessed Vigin of Caravaggio and Our Lady of Sorrows of Vieira were all built later.

  • Start at Fermata1
  • Go south on Via Palipert toward Pista CicloPedonale
  • Turn right on Pista CicloPedonale and immediately turn left on Sentiero n° N190
  • Turn left at Sentiero n° N191 / Via Campaciol to stay on Sentiero n° N190
  • Arrive at Fermata2, on the right
  • Depart Fermata2
  • Go south on Sentiero n° N190
  • Turn right on Sentiero n° N100
  • Continue on Sentiero n° N101
  • Arrive at Fermata3, on the right
  • Depart Fermata3
  • Continue south on Sentiero n° N101
  • Bear left on Sentiero n° N101- Via Forcola
  • Bear left on Sentiero n° N101
  • Continue on Sentiero n° N100
  • Arrive at Fermata4, on the right
  • Depart Fermata4
  • Continue southwest on Sentiero n° N100
  • Finish at Fermata5, on the right
Ground statistics
Natural : 73%
Asphalt : 27%

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