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Rifugio Sorgenti del Piave (Sources of Piave) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 21 March 2009 13:35
The Sella of the Col Caneva between the south-western slopes of the Col Caneva and Mt. Peralba is the point of connection between the Group of Peralba and that of Rinaldo, and between Val and Val Sesis Visdende. This Sella is the source of the Piave river sacred to the country for its historical importance derived from the events of the First World War. Near the source there is a bar restaurant, just called Sources of the Piave (1830m), open throughout the summer.

The Sella is dominated by walls of Peralba, but a short walk to the Col Caneva (1939m) broadens the horizons.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 March 2009 07:11
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Casera Dignas and Casera Campobon PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 20 March 2009 22:27
Casera of Dignas is located below the eastern end of the Cresta del Palombino, just above of the confluence of the Palombino valley with Val Dignas.

Casera of Campobon is above the previous, in a dominant position on the ridge that descends south from Croda Nera.

Like other casere of Val Visdende, all owned by the Regolieri, the Casere offer the availability of summer refuge.


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Casera Rinfreddo PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 20 March 2009 22:13

The Rinfreddo Casera is an ancient building, recently renovated and modernized. Placed in a panoramic position, offers a magnificent view of the powerful Group of Popera westward from Croda Rossa all'Aiárnola and, further south, on the high Val Padola with the bottom of the Group of Brentoni.


Accessing

From the Val Padola towards the Val di San Valentino
Following the signal number 156 on the road, it takes 2 hours walk or 30 minutes by car.
At 103.5 km of Highway 52 Carnica start from a lower bends of the road towards Val Valentine, marked with the number 156. The road is paved dirt road for 3 miles and then, after about 7 km you arrive at the Casera Coltrondo and another 20 minutes at the Rinfreddo.

Last Updated on Monday, 04 May 2009 19:35
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Val Visdende PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 07 March 2009 15:58
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Monti della Val Visdende
 
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