AMONG PASTURES AND HUTS

N.2313
Zelant - Praderadego - Col De Moi - Forcella Foran

Description
of the path

Park your car at Zelant (800m above s.l.)

and proceed on the road which will then become a path. Traveling through the suggestive Val di Caosa transports you into a wild and almost mystical atmosphere.

Go up to the large road of Sort Frede among beeches and coniferous trees. The path passes Col di Zoc under the locality of Napoli and along the lower part of Col de Moi you’ll meet the paved road to Praderadego.

At the top of the pass, from the square, go up the steep road that leads you to the top of the highest mountain in the area. Let yourself be enchanted by the suggestive landscape views from the abandoned Casere Guarnieri to the views over the Venetian plain. Proceed on the steep climb to the top of the hill which will be rewarded by a wonderful 360° view over Valbelluna.

From this point, enjoy the view of the Istrian promontory, the sea with ships in the Adriatic and, on clear days, the Apennines in the distance. Behind you all the highest and most famous peaks of the Dolomites. Go down the steep slope to the Foral fork and stop once again to observe the spectacle that is offered to you. Go to the chalet of Vallon Scur where you can take a break and then go to your car. A beautiful variation brings you to the lower part of Col de Moi towards Zoc and Napoli with beautiful views from the woods to Valbelluna.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Location: Paderadego – Zelant
  • Trail conditions: dirt roads, forest and ridge trails
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Total length: 12700 m
  • Duration: 5h
  • Elevation gain (+): 1000 m
  • Elevation gain (-): 1000 m
  • Where to park: N46° 01.747′ E12° 07.600′

HIKING BOOTS

Wear appropriate shoes!

SHOWSHOES

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

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Map of the area

Soon available the map of Borgo Valbelluna in .pdf

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