Santa Augusta Path
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Sentiero alberatoPhoto: Angelica Fardin, Consorzio Pro Loco delle Prealpi
Along the route it is also very interesting to observe the concrete pylons, which in the past supported the cable car, for the transportation of calcium carbonate, which descended from Monte Pizzoc and from the Ciser quarry, to arrive in the Italcementi cement factory in the S. Andrea area.
The path continues to Piadera locality, where we will find the church of San Maman, a historic structure that gives its name to the nearby winery, producer of an excellent organic Prosecco wine (Amets).
Serravalle - Santa Augusta - San Maman - Piadera - Rindola - S. Andrea - Serravalle
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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Public transportFrom Monday to Saturday public transport reaches the "Via Casoni" stop, a few meters from the beginning of the route. For more information, you can directly consult the website of the transport company MOM: mobilitadimarca.it
Getting thereComing from the A27 motorway, take the Vittorio Veneto Nord exit and follow signs for Vittorio Veneto (2nd exit). At the next roundabout, take the third exit (Centro) and go straight on along Via G. Matteotti. Always staying on the same road for about 3.5 km, you will arrive in the historic town of Serravalle and consequently in the nearby Piazza Flaminio, the starting point of the route.
ParkingIt is possible to park the car in the paid parking lots along Via Guido Casoni.
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Equipment- Comfortable clothes
- Comfortable shoes
- Backpack with everything you need: water, sweatshirts or jackets for colder periods
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