AMONG PASTURES AND HUTS

N.2307
Pissador - Salvedela - Pilon

Description
of the path

If you want to be alone with your thoughts this hard ring tour is for you.

Park your car at Scarlir and go up to the AGESCI Casera Scarlir Scout. Go into the woods among glades and forgotten cottages

and discover suggestive landscapes especially in autumn when warm colours and wild animals will give you ancestral emotions.

From here the walk will begin to be tiring but all will be paid off thanks to the wonderful view that you will see from Salvedella Vecia on Valbelluna. Take a moment and listen to the sound of the woods that is amplified thanks to the Pissador and Val d’Arc valleys and go down towards Casera Pilon. Even if the bivouac is closed, enjoy the view over the wide clearing and the centuries-old beech. If you want to lengthen your itinerary you can go from Casera Pilon to Casera Beta that is located among beech trees on a road that leads to a clearing with abandoned cottages.

From this point you could return to the parking of Scarlir or proceed going up to the other side of the valley. Once you have reached Casera Beta, you can decide whether to go back along the same road to the clearing and to the parking or continue on the paths that go up from Cordellon and Val d’Arc.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Location: Scarlir
  • Trail conditions: dirt roads and easy paths, with the exception of one steep stretch at the bottom of Val Pissador
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Total Length: 11.800 m
  • Duration: 4h
  • Elevation gain (+): 850 m
  • Elevation gain (-): 850 m
  • Where to park: N45° 59.755′ E12° 02.414′

HIKING BOOTS

Wear appropriate shoes!

SHOWSHOES

You can walk with snowshoes through this path during the winter!

gps

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Map of the area

Soon available the map of Borgo Valbelluna in .pdf

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