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Walk to see animals

Sightings of the typical alpine animals

The starting point of this walk is Fontanino di Celentino in the Monte Valley, where you may use the Park’s car-park. From here, you take the forest road leading to Malga Giumella and then CAI-SAT path no. 124 that will take you to Malga Paludèi (2,106m). You then continue your walk along path no. 110, before taking path no. 141, which leads up into the Piana Valley for a short distance and then takes you down to Lagostèl. After having passed the ancient charcoal-kilns, you will then return along path no.
124.
Length: 9,810 m
Drop: 780 m
Time: 4.30 h

 
Walk to see animals

This walk is a circular itinerary, giving you the opportunity to observe typical alpine animals in their summer habitat. In the bowl-shaped Piana Valley, it is very easy to watch red deer and chamois. You are, however, advised to get there at dawn or dusk, which are the animals’ principal feeding times, to walk in absolute silence and to avoid being seen. There are no tall trees in this area, and the animals do not tolerate the sight and presence of disturbing factors for any length of time. With a bit of patience, silence and a good pair of binoculars, you may, however, enjoy the unforgettable sight of groups of numerous red deer browsing there in the early morning or late afternoon.
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