Having visited this beautiful bivouac resume the climb towards Cadolten reaching the malghe and the church of San Floriano, from where the descent path will then begin to the little church of Sant'Antonio: perfect point to enjoy a more unique than rare panorama, which ranges from Visentin to the Adriatic coast, passing through the famous Euganean Hills and the Treviso plain. After the contemplation of this landscape, you can return to the path thus reaching the starting point.
Ponte Levine – Bivacco Nino Lot - Cadolten - Santo - Ponte Levine
Safety information- It is of fundamental importance to always stick to the marked path, thus avoiding getting lost or invading private property.
- Pay particular attention to stretchs of stone road, where the risk of slipping is greater.
- It is always recommended to download the gps track to avoid unpleasant situations and live a great experience.
The local authorities and associations of the involved areas do not assume any legal liability for injuries or damages to people and things that may occur along the marked routes.
The telephone number in case of emergency is 112.
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Getting thereComing from the A27 motorway, take the Vittorio Veneto Sud exit and follow the signs for Cansiglio. After about 9 km you will reach a crossroads, keep left and continue on the Provincial Road 422. After another 2 km, and after a series of hairpin bends, you will reach Ponte delle Levine, where you can leave the car and start the route.
ParkingNear the beginning of the path there is a very small parking (max 3 cars). If full, continue for about 100 meters and use the other parking area located on the curve.
Coordinates: 46.017015, 12.357343
Coordinates: 46.015817, 12.366403
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Equipment- Comfortable clothes
- Soft footwear / mountain boots
- Backpack with everything you need: water, sweatshirts or jackets for the the colder periods