Fun and adrenaline climbing up the “vie ferrate” (“climbing routes”) and hanging bridges
The trail goes above the hamlet of Charonto di Frassino winding its way through rocky terrain at a height of between 1,010 and 1,270 metres.
The itinerary takes you through forests, along ridges with fixed ropes, over Tibetan bridges and past other obstacles. It is an excellent way of spending a delightful day full of fun and adrenalin rushes in contact with nature. However, you should respect the regulations outlined and proceed with care.
Access is free and the months recommended for going are from April to November although, if there is bad weather, there will be signs prohibiting access. Parking is by the church of Sant’Antonio.