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To Visit The Longhella stream

  • Average duration: 2 hours and 15 minutes walking, 1 hour cycling

  • Length: 7,5 km

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The route begins at Ponte della Barbola (a stone is set into the wall of the house that is right along the main road near a sacred shrine) that crosses the ancient border of the Magnifica Reggenza dei Sette Comuni (lit. Magnificent Regency of the Seven Municipalities including Asiago, Lusiana, Enego, Foza, Gallium, Rotzo and Roana). The route is entirely made of compressed gravel and it is therefore comfortably practicable. It is a loop with trip and return on the same path. The route entirely runs along the embankments in north-south/south-east direction from Ponte Barbola and from the bridges over the Longhella stream - right-hand embankment -, Ponte Levà Bassa, to the bridges at the intersection with via Ca' Boina (1st and 2nd bridge) and back on the same path.
Visitors are accompanied by the Longhella stream throughout the itinerary. The route also leads to the southern part of the Marostica territory, which is characterized by a typical plain landscape, which still has very strong rural connotations despite the infrastructural transformations, and further south the territory of Nove along via Boscaglie.

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