Itineraries on foot

Here you can find all the walking trails in Mezzocorona.If you come by car, you can leave your car in our free and fenced parking.


Mezzocorona (from the cable car) – Monte: 1.30 hours
Difficulty: EE – expert hikers. The second part of the itinerary requires attention, especially downhill, for some exposed stretches on the rocky summit crags and along the Val del Piaget.

Path that from the town of Mezzocorona leads to Monte
Path n. 500
Difference in height m. 635

Breathtaking panorama, arrival in a green and relaxing area, possibility to modulate the different needs (those with really small children can use the cable car, those who want to walk can follow the directions proposed here, those who want to do easy sport climbing can climb along the Ravine Giovannelli), close to the city of Trento, make this trip an extremely pleasant experience.

Sentiero Monte Mezzocorona


It starts in Mezzocorona, from the valley station of the cable car and begins to climb on path no. 504. At each bend, the view widens. It is a demanding journey, but we must not be discouraged: in company everything becomes easier. For the record, this trip was tested on a group of kids, the youngest of whom was four; that he only had to carry on his shoulder in the last 20 m of altitude difference! The path is well marked, and offers enchanting views.

To go up it takes about 2 hours 30 min. while the descent takes 2 hours. In summer it can be very hot, so avoid the central hours. Once at high altitude there are a couple of
restaurants, but reservations are highly recommended. To avoid surprises, bring a packed lunch.

From the plateau, a new forestry educational path starts, known as the “Erti” or “Confidenze” (because once in this area lovers would meet), which summarizes the various types of forest present: the sixteen numbered stopping points illustrate the particular aspects of the wood, such as the typical vegetation of the environment that loves a warm climate (ash, hornbeam, Scots pine with undergrowth of herbaceous heather and broom), the slides that the woodcutters used to transport the logs, the mistletoe , a tree that reveals the nest of an owl, the rings that mark the age of the trees (it is the alternation of the seasons that creates this effect of concentric lines), a point of sighting of the fauna: roe deer, chamois, fox, badger, hare, deer.

The starting point of the educational path is along the “Longhe” forest road which connects the town of Mezzocorona with the locality of “Spiazzi del Monte” and subsequently with the Malga Kraun.
The path has an overall development of about 600 meters and a difference in height of 50 meters, and was designed on the territory with the intention of making it accessible to as many people as possible, eliminating the most obvious obstacles and mitigating the pending sections as much as possible.

The excursion to Malga Kraun and to Vecchio Candelabro also starts from Monte di Mezzocorona, an impressive fir tree with “candelabra” branches (one way, about 1 hour and 45 min; return about 1 hour and 15 min.).

The tree is one of the plant monuments of Trentino, but it is now dead. However, the journey is fun because it is full of crossings: it is recommended for children over six because there are some exposed sections.


Travel times
1. Mezzocorona village – Ischia locality: 0.30 hours on foot or 5 minutes by car
2. locality Ischia – Bait dei Manzi: 2.00 hours (+ 0.40 to get to the Monte locality)

Difficulty EEA expert hikers with equipment.
Aided path, the long stairs require firmness of foot and absence of dizziness. Helmet and complete via ferrata kit are mandatory.

N.B .: From “Bait dei Manzi” it is possible to reach via path no. 506 the “Bait dei Aiseli” (mt. 1416) and from here connect to the path no. 500 which leads to Cima Roccapiana or descend again to the mountain along the path 500 downhill.

Travel times (Bait Manzi – Bait Aiseli) 1.30 hours. Difference in height mt. 550.
Aided path with a difference in height of 650 meters that climbs up along a wild gorge between the walls of Monte di Mezzocorona.
Path n. 505
Difference in height m. 629


The Giovannelli Ravine is a well-known aided route that from Ischia di Mezzocorona leads to the Monte through a deep crack in the mountain.

From Ischia, 2 km. from Mezzocorona (car park), a steep path climbs the rocky base to the base of the overhanging wall and then continues inside the deep gorge (the initial part of the path can be more interesting following the “difficult variant” signpost 505A than with a long ladder allows you to overcome a rocky ledge near a waterfall).

Ropes, brackets and ladders facilitate the route in a highly suggestive environment.

After passing a large waterfall and having overcome some rocky outcrops, a long staircase allows you to exit the gorge and enter the woods until you reach the loc. Bait dei Manzi (858 m) with bivouac always open.

Following the forest road (trail sign 506) you arrive at Monte di Mezzocorona (m. 891), while in the opposite direction the Strada delle Longhe descends to the starting point.


Starting point: Monte di Mezzocorona (500, 891 m)
Arrival point: Bait dei Aiseli (500, 1416 m)
Difficulty E (Hike)


Path in the first part Monte – Bait dei Manzi also suitable for children, which leads to discover the solitary wooded valley that rises from the Bait dei Manzi towards the Aiseli basin.

From Monte di Mezzocorona (b. 500, 891 m), reachable from the village by cable car or on foot (itinerary Mezzocorona – Monte, 1.45 h, not suitable for children), follow the signs near the tennis courts for the Bait dei Manzi (path SAT 506).

On a dirt road heading west, the route skirts the Val de la Vila and, through the Las wood, reaches the Bait dei Manzi (b. 505, 858 m, 0.40 h). From here (no longer Family itinerary) the trail markers lead along a forest road that rises briefly in the woods and then runs on the flat just above. At a first crossroads, the path turns right, continuing through the woods and reaching a clearing where the forest road that was abandoned shortly before ends.

The route now takes an evident gully, which leads into a valley with a bottom worked by abundant rains; then keep to the right and near the end of the same cross it to follow the track that zigzags up a wooded coast.

You climb this ridge for a long time and, having reached a muddy area, you pass the last stretch of ascent that leads to the grassy clearing of the Aiseli, where the homonymous hut is located which serves as a makeshift shelter (b. 500, 1416 m, 1.30 h).
From here you can continue for other itineraries or return to the starting point from the SAT 500 path (1.15 h) or from the same path (1.50 h).


Steep paved road leading to the Monte starting from Ischia di Mezzocorona. The distance of vehicles (4 × 4) is governed by the trade union ordinance no. 35 – prot. no. 5793 dd. May 10, 2011 Among other things, there is a ban on all vehicles to transit along the “delle Longhe” road in the Ischia-Kraun stretch at the following times and periods:
April, May, June and July on Sundays and holidays from 9.00 to 18.00;
August on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 9.00 to 18.00.


The only road that connects the Monte with Mezzocorona; the steepness of the route makes it suitable only for off-road vehicles (however, circulation is regulated).
It is also an alternative for the ascent to the mountain compared to the traditional paths of the Burrone Giovanelli or path no. 500.

From Ischia m. 227 (parking near the start of the path to Burrone Giovanelli or near the lake) the route continues on the road through the vineyards towards the Rocchetta.
After crossing an intersection, continue on the uphill road, finding a barrier with traffic restrictions.
After a while the asphalt gives way to the characteristic porphyry “smoleri” with the path that gradually becomes steeper and more panoramic.
After the “cross”, the peak of the slope, the road returns to the woods continuing with more moderate slopes and some flat stretches, passing high above the ravine of Burrone Giovanelli, up to the Bait dei Manzi (858 m).

From there, always following the forest road (trail sign 506) to reach Monte (891 m) through the “Las” wood.

Difference in height: uphill m. 700

Travel times:
1.30 hours from Ischia to the Bait dei Manzi (+ 0.40 to get to the Monte)

Difficulty: E – hiking


Long walk on the path, which from Mezzocorona leads to Cima Roccapiana, the highest peak of the Cime di Vigo

Path n. 500 – 518 – 507
Uphill and downhill altitude difference 1,000 meters

Long circular itinerary that leads to the discovery of wide views of the Adige Valley and the Non Valley. From Cima Roccapiana (1873 m) a 360 ° view of all the most important mountain groups of Trentino Alto Adige.

From the Monte locality (891 m), path no. 500 leads to the locality of Plon, where it detaches from the forest road to continue to Bait dei Aiseli (1416 m), path no. 500 continues in the direction of Malga Bodrina (1566m), from here, always with a view of the Valle di Non, you reach the Cima Roccapiana (1873m).

From the top, path no. 518 drops steeply on the side of the Adige Valley to the underlying Malga Kraun (1222 m), from here the trail no. 507 leads back to Monte.

Travel times the complete tour takes about 6 hours

Difficulty: EE (expert hikers).
The length of the route, the steep slopes crossed to reach Malga Bodrina, the descent to Malga Kraun require due attention.


Relaxing walk through the woods, mostly on a dirt road, from Monte to the wide meadows of Malga Kraun
The itinerary follows the forest road for long stretches that leads to Malga Kraun (1222 m), a refuge with seasonal opening (typical Trentino cuisine).
From Monte di Mezzocorona (891 m) the route passes near the Tre Cime hotel and the large crashed lime tree trunk. After passing the last houses, the road skirts the deep Val del Piaget and rises up to the wooded plateau of the “Plon”.
The path in several sections, (all well marked) leaves the forest road to follow the path now n. 507. Once you reach Val Freda, a last detour saves the descent and ascent of the upper part of the same. Back on the forest road, the route continues uphill to the meadows of the hut which can be seen in a panoramic position. After a few stretches in the woods, the road continues in the pastures to reach the Malga Kraun Refuge (1,222 m). Shortly before arriving at the large pasture, near a bend, a detour (signs) leads you to follow the “Magic of the Wood” path that winds through wood sculptures to the monumental remains of the candelabrum tree of Malga Kraun and , from there shortly to the refuge.

Path n. 500 – 507
Difference in height mountain – Kraun hut m. 350

Travel times:
1. Monte – Malga Kraun: 1.30 hours (a little more following the “magic of the forest” path)
2. Difficulty: E – hiking
Notes: From Malga Kraun you can reach the panoramic Cima Roccapiana (m. 1873) Difference in height m. 650 – Time: 1.45 hours – Difficulty EE – expert hikers (trail marker 518)


Along the A22 motorway, take the San Michele all’Adige exit and after the toll booth, continue to the left, keeping it even after the bridge towards Bolzano-Salorno. Drive about 4km until you reach Cadino where immediately on the left there is a large parking lot of the restaurant Al Cadino. Park and cross the road where in front of you is the path for the attack with a demonstration board.

Path no. 490, approaching the start, immediately begins with sustained steepness, skirting the stream on the left. You will soon meet a crossroads with clear signs to the left of which the return path arrives while on the right you continue for the start; cross the stream and thus take the right bank (in the direction of our journey), enter the dense bush and in about 20 ′ from the parking lot you reach a comfortable wooden bench where you can wear the harness since a few meters are the first wire ropes.

A few meters slightly downhill traversing to the left until it touches the water, a few steps on the boulders to reach the other side of the Rio and the rope that starts very vertically on solid rock, stepped and full of artificial supports. The route is “attacked” with the help of some metal brackets and after a short passage where the good supports of the rock are exploited, the climb continues along a series of other metal brackets until you reach, after 7-8m, a ledge . You go around a short traverse with the help of a metal bracket at the base of an inclined dihedral called the leap of the Caprioli, characterized by smooth rock but with excellent supports for the feet, including artificial ones. It starts with simple steps, then a stirrup and a few meters of fun progression on rock to the exit where there is a short series of far too numerous stirrups; pay attention to the debris at the exit of the dihedral. To the right you go along the short earthy ledge always protected with a cable while behind us the view sweeps towards the broad Adige Valley. A few meters along the ledge in question and on the left there is a vertical and exposed wall that begins with a short slab that represents one of the rare passages in which a certain effort is required to reach the new metal equipment in a moment. Once you reach the brackets, the progression becomes simple and you can alternate passages on artificial supports with passages on rock, however compact, to seek a minimum of satisfaction in the ascent. Note the presence of a “sensor” to avoid breaking the carabiner in the event of a fall. You exit on a panoramic pulpit, not surprisingly called “Belvedere”, and with a path, uphill, you temporarily leave the course of the Rio to re-enter it then descending in an oblique crossing constantly secured with a cable.

At the low point of the descent you find yourself moving, for the first time, to the right side – in the direction of the ascent – of the Rio and facing a short edge that after 3-4m leads to the left of the wall from where you start a long traverse, inside the stream, at times exposed which now, after the insertion of the new brackets, has greatly reduced its difficulties.
In the final part, the traverse bends sharply to the right thus finding itself a few meters uphill vertically even if rather “leaning”, reaching a comfortable wooded path that climbs towards the nearby “passage of the Seagulls” at an altitude of 435m while the parking lot is visible below us from which we started.

The passage in question, before the restyling, was considered one of the key passages of the Ferrata as circumventing the exposed edge required a firm foot and a certain hold on the arms since there were only 2-3 metal pegs at the end of the traverse; now, even here, the series of brackets has facilitated everything and the “passage of the seagulls” remains only the thrill of the exhibition.
Therefore, at the end of the path, it begins with a strong exposure and the excellent tension of the new cable is particularly effective and reassuring; one approaches the edge, which is overcome with the aid of brackets, and one finds, beyond the latter, initially a long and exposed traverse of about ten meters uphill, always more than aided then the gorge of the Rio narrows and the Via is characterized by a continuous alternation between very short vertical passages and others in crossing. Once in a widening of the gorge you can rest before continuing the path on the left wall of the stream where the gorge narrows further and you go up the first 4-5 meters vertically and on rock well served by brackets, cross briefly to the right and after an easy vertical passage, you come to a crossroads where special signs indicate the possibility of interrupting the route with an emergency exit or continuing.
The continuation of the Via involves the overcoming of some easy rocks a bit “dirty” in a semi-forested environment and after walking for a few meters among large characteristic boulders – on the right the Basalisc cave 465mt -, you reach a natural amphitheater curious and suggestive full of stone cairns that here do not serve as a signpost but simply decorative.

After admiring the environment, we tackle the stretch of the Via ferrata which before the reconstruction was certainly the most challenging of the whole route and this is due to the quality of the rock that is not very gripping and due to the frequent probability of finding it damp. Now, of course, after the insertion of the new equipment the judgment has changed and hence the elimination of the “easy” deviation that allowed the bypassing of these passages. You attach the cable and after a short jump on smooth rock you immediately meet some brackets that “accompany” you to the nearby Madonnina inside a large niche in the rock complete with a book of signatures but this does not mean the end of the aided route on the contrary, we start again crossing diagonally, we bend to the right to get around an exposed rounded and smooth edge but fortunately equipped with 2 metal brackets and we earn the start of the last “pitch” of the Rio Secco cable at the “Grotta della Mariota” 520mt. In terms of verticality and exposure, this last stretch is the most “difficult” of the entire aided route, certainly less so in terms of difficulty. You start in the first meters with 3 new brackets, then you “look for” the useful supports present in the few meters of wall free from brackets to then find them and exit quite easily from the slab ending, after a short and easy traverse, the Via ferrata a altitude 580mt.

We walk through the bush on an easy and sometimes steep path for about 5 ‘up to a crossroads where a sign indicates on the right the possible continuation for the Cadin Alto area and Sauch refuge while on the left the return to the valley via the path n.489 and since this return is sometimes equipped it is advisable to keep the harness worn. Initially the return takes place on a slightly downhill path but after a few minutes, on the left, it bends considerably downwards, making you quickly lose altitude (be careful in case of wet ground!) And encountering, as anticipated, in the first half some short sections aided with rope and a ladder; the path, at times quite exposed, leads back to the valley in about 40 ‘.

An important note regarding this via ferrata: despite the name “Rio Secco” it can happen that after a period, even a short one, of heavy rains, the river is again active or there is a normal stream inside it. Generally even in these conditions it is passable but with due attention.


At the S. Michele all’Adige -A22 motorway tollbooth, exit and continue towards Salorno and then Roverè della Luna della Luna. Go past the latter and at the Caldaro-Salorno junction (shooting range) continue left to the first where after about 4km you will find the sign indicating the Favogna via ferrata along the left side of the road, but beware that the parking space is reduced.

The path leads steeply to the start in 10 ′, indeed, a few tens of meters before the actual start you pass a few meters of easy rock with the help of a cable beyond which you can enjoy a beautiful view of the Piana Rotaliana . In a hidden ravine we then find the plaque indicating the start of the via ferrata-Alpenverain 1976.

Immediately the most challenging point of the via ferrata represented by a vertical chimney of about ten meters that can be overcome thanks to cable, brackets and various natural holds. After this abrupt vertical “jump”, which can worry the most inexperienced, we enter a canal with a lot of detrital material and this recommends attention in the progression since we are still on the starting line of the Via. From the deep furrow you come out on the left -red arrow- and after a few steps in the vegetation you find yourself in front of the large slab that is overcome by means of a convenient series of metal brackets, to which you can directly secure since the metal cable is not present. except the first 2mt where you have to face 2 climbing passages – 1st degree – quite easy.

From the slab, exit to the right, go along a short panoramic ledge, and reach a nearby inclined staircase that allows you to quickly reach the upper edge of the wall. On the right, climb over a carving equipped with a cable and continue along a short path between shrubs to descend slightly into a narrow aided gorge where the second staircase starts, this time slightly overhanging at the end of which you then proceed along some easy rocks where the cable is used as a handrail. Go up the furrow following the rope on the right, on more solid rock than the bottom of the valley. A little further on we cross an exposed wall to the right until the end of the first sector of the via ferrata, coinciding with the splendid panoramic terrace above (550mt – great view of the Adige Valley and Paganella – 45 ‘from the start). After a possible break, we start again along a long path, sometimes wooded, transferring towards the large yellowish wall that overlooks us, reaching about 900mt. Initially you go around it, at the base, to the left with the path that is reduced to a rocky ledge, then you enter a deep crack that is suddenly on the right and, dominated by imposing overhangs, you climb up the wall with a path that crosses continuously to the right arriving at a pulpit where the book of signatures is located – 980mt. Despite the book, the Way is not yet finished as to reach the end it is necessary to go around a rather exposed edge but of limited difficulty and then overcome some rocks that partially “merge” into the bush. The via ferrata is over, you just need to spend a little more breath to overcome a last stretch of path until you enter the Putzwald wood where a precise and continuous signaling of the path leads in about 30 ‘to the first houses of the summit floor of Favogna-1100mt .

At the end of the via ferrata (when you can see Lake Caldaro from the path), continue along the path marked white-red AVS (on the Tabacco map it is marked as K) which leads inside the wood first with a slight climb then downhill, you pass through a gorge through the wood on the left of which you can see a house and some fences and a little further on on the left a malga in poor condition and a commemorative sign written in German. Continuing, you go up next to the house and you arrive in a small village, on a paved road (one of which has two sundials), go down for 5 ‘then on the left of the road you will find a sign indicating See-Lago and trail sign (3) continue in this direction and you will come back to an asphalted road from which you go down to the left and arrive behind the Plattenhof restaurant. From the Plattenhof, continue left on the paved road until you reach Favogna di Sotto where we initially find houses and the fire brigade building on the left, while on the right you can see the lake and the church further on. Continuing the asphalted road marked as path 519 for a short piece (about 1km), after which you arrive at a crossroads, continue right where there is a sign indicating the shortest way to Roverè della Luna: path 502B for about 1.30 h. A little further on there is a small waterfall, cross it with a bridge and the river thus remains on our left for the first part of the descent. Descending you quickly lose altitude, until you reach a point where we meet 2 meters of easy rocks downhill, 10 meters ahead we meet again with the river and we cross it as indicated by fording it for only a meter and a half (two jumps). We follow the path 502B and we find ourselves on the right of the river and among the vineyards above Roverè. Going down you meet an asphalted road, a sign indicates Friederich -390mt- and a bridge takes us back to the left of the river as far as Roverè. It is necessary to go beyond the entire town and then reach the car – 40 ‘in about 4km of paved road.

By parking, you can decide whether to have the most comfortable car for the outward or return journey, in the second case you have to go past Magrè. Leaving the car, however, it is necessary to go back down to the village and head towards the attack as described in the report. Arriving at the top of the ferrata and walking through the woods, when you reach the paved road and 200 meters before the Plattenhof restaurant, on the left there is the return path for Magrè which can be considered as a second alternative to return to the first for Roverè della Luna.


Just south of Salorno, the valley widens, forming the largest plain in the whole of Trentino in the alluvial area of the Noce, which flows west from Nonsberg to the Adige. This plain, called “Piana Rotaliana”, was the scene of numerous great battles in historical times, for example between the Lombards and the Franks.

Today the plain, almost entirely covered with vineyards, is known for the cultivation of Teroldego grapes, an indigenous vine that accounts for almost 10 percent of Trentino wine production. The long winemaking tradition of the plain is testified by a chance discovery during the construction of the new Cantina Sociale Mezzocorona in 1988. At that time different parts of the building were excavated which, in connection with the remains of vine wood and an accumulation of a large variety of grape seeds, gave the impression of a viticulture. These finds date back to the beginning of the fourth century.


From Mezzocorona (219 m) you leave the village in the direction of Nonsberg. At the point where the road leads behind an acute left, turn to Noce, right onto the old provincial road to the north-west. On the north bank of the wide stream of the Noce up to just behind the last vineyards on the right side of the road. At the wooden sign for “Torre di Visione”, turn right into the woods and continue uphill along a path that was initially neglected. After keeping to the right twice, you come to a wider and well-traced path, which you essentially follow to the left, under a power line.

From the car park at the Rocchetta roundabout, take path 516 B. Follow it on the right and cross up to a prominent ramp. You climb steeply up this ramp in wide bends to the saddle north of the Tower of Vision. From here on the left, in a few steps, you will reach the north-west viewpoint. A small saddle leads across the highest point (661m) to the viewing platforms to the southeast. Return as an ascent.


The European path E5 is a path that from the Atlantic coast in Brittany (France) crosses the Alps passing through Switzerland, Germany, Austria and reaches Italy, finishing the second project in Venice. The total distance is 3,200 km.

Currently the Verona-Venice section is not defined, so the path ends at the Verona arena.
The most commonly traveled part is the one that reaches Verona from Lake Constance (CH): a route of 600 km for which, on average, about 30 days of walking are necessary for a good walker.

This section was defined by Hans Schmidt of Sonthofen and built, by interconnecting existing paths, by the European Federation of Hikers who inaugurated it on 2 July 1972.
The E5 arrives in Val di Cembra from Salorno-Cauria (Monte Corno Natural Park) and reaches the Valdonega Pass. It continues south-west, staying on the Val d’Adige-Val di Cembra watershed until it reaches the Potzmauer Refuge.

In this section, the E5 passes near the Laghetto di Vedes and Paluda la Lot biotopes: two peat bogs originating from the filling of an ancient lake basin carved into the porphyritic rock by Quaternary glaciers.
From the Potzmauer Refuge you have the opportunity to descend towards the Grumes farms and then to Grumes.
The E5 continues towards Verona pointing towards Lake Valda, Lake Santo, Cembra, Faver, the Pyramids of Segonzano, Altopiano di Pinè, Levico, Luserna, Rifugio Lancia, Passo delle Fugazze, Erbezzo, Montecchio, Verona.


The Sentiero Italia, a network of paths that crosses the entire peninsula, was created by the Italian Alpine Club to raise awareness of the lesser-known but still pleasant and interesting mountainous areas.

In Trentino Alto Adige the Sentiero Italia is divided into sectors. The third sector begins in Salorno, follows the Adige Valley and a stretch of the European Path E5, enters the Monte Corno Park on the border with the Cembra Valley and continues to the Fiemme Valley.
The eleventh stage included in the third sector concerns exclusively the Cembra Valley. The starting point is Lake Santo above the town of Cembra (1192 m).
Following the European Path E5, crossing dense woods of considerable naturalistic interest, you reach Passo Zise, where you can enjoy a wide view of the vineyards of the lower Atesina, Lake Caldaro, the Mendola Pass in the Non Valley and the mountains Salentini.
Continuing the itinerary, you then arrive at the Potzmauer refuge. From here, continuing along the E5 along the Vedes peat bog to continue towards Monte Orso and arrive in Cauria in the province of Bolzano.
The next stage leads to Valle di Fiemme from where you then continue to the Lagorai chain.

Eleventh stage itinerary:
Santo Lake (1195 m) – Vedes Lake (1496 m) – Cauria (1328 m)

Travel time: 4.15 h

Starting point: Lago Santo

Arrival point: Cauria

Difference in altitude: 301 m

Refreshment points: Holy Lake, Potzmauer refuge

To be seen
Lake Santo, Passo Zise, the vineyards of the Cembra Valley, Lake Vedes, Dürer Path. In 1494 the painter Albrecht Dürer made his first trip to Italy with destination Venice to learn Italian painting. After passing through the Brenner pass, when he reached Egna he was forced to leave the Val d’Adige due to the overflow of the Adige river (which in those days happened frequently, given the lack of embankments) and continue on an alternative route. Following an ancient path, from San Floriano (Egna) it passed through Pochi, the Sauch Pass and after Lake Santo it descended towards Cembra, Faver, with destination Segonzano. This historic route, recently restored and known today as “the Dürer path”, brings to life, to those who follow it, the exciting landscape discoveries of the wayfarers of the past.
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