Borca a Vinigo

14 November 2016
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The itinerary includes an initial climb, and a share in a part final descent. He gets into the car from Borca to the Village Court (ex-Eni, designed by Gellner and built in the ’50s), taking the main road of the village. Leave your car and take the S.A. 232 leading – with a certain slope – to the intersection with the known 230 that cuts through the side portion Antelao.
Turn right after a few hundred meters we reach the top of the Costa Thieves from where you can admire a magnificent forest of pine.
The path continues flat over Crepe Val Forada until the crossing of the Rio namesake, cross then the underbrush of cyclamen and orchid until you cross the channel of the Rio Rudan.
It continues through a forest of conifers as mingle with a deciduous forest. After passing a hill down towards a clearing open and sunny (near there is a forest of larch) is the clearing of Greanes, after which to come to a junction where, on the right take the sa 235.
The trail now drops off to the Village of Vinigo, the original nucleus is still well preserved. It is worth visiting the church (one of the oldest in the Cadore). The central location of the original kitchen gardens, right in the center of the country.
Go down to the foot to Peaio on road no. 51 from where you can take the bus to Borca.

The descriptions and journey times are approximate only for the purpose of giving a prior indication, the Hotel is not liable for any change routes, closing roads or trails. Before leaving inquire in Tourist information offices or at the local alpine guides. We recommend using clothing and footwear from mountain