The trail starts from a small village in Molini area, whose name comes some of the buildings in this town that are used for grinding wheat and that were once powered by the driving force of water. The trail then goes through a hazel, ash, and holly forest, crossing the Danè stream several times; every now and then on the trail's rocky bottom you can see furrows due to wagons constant passage.
In the distance, among the trees, there are Cerri village's houses while, near the trail, you find the ruins of the ancient "Dolarium", a "strong house" of what could have been a medieval village. A little further, the characteristic and well-preserved humpbacked "Ponte della Ratta", with its original surface area, which allowed to reach Montagna hamlet.
At the second crossroads, turn right following the signs to the waterfall, whereas if you were to turn left, in about 40 minutes you would get to Faia village. Cross the second bridge, "Ponte della Faja" to then go down to the left towards the riverbed. Follow the stream and you will get to a lovely field. From a crack in the rocks, you will also be able to see the waterfall that forms the lake below.
Safety informationFairly easy trail but careful when wading the river.
Tips and hintsRefreshment available at Molini Tavern at the beginning of the trail.