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To Visit On the tracks of the Malgàri

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Campo Marzio is the starting point. From here, take via delle Due Rogge in northerly direction, at the end of which cross the provincial road with due care and turn left into via Gianni Cecchin, from which, after a short stretch, turn left onto the cycling lane/pedestrian path to Vallonara running along the bank of the Longhella stream. At the hamlet of Vallonara leave the cycling lane and turn left (be careful!) to access the provincial road. After a short stretch, before the climb, turn left into via Valeri. A building known as Comando Tappa is visible on the right after a short stretch. During the First World War this place was the gateway of the troops leaving for the Asiago Plateau. Keep right taking via Caribollo and then Minuzzi and via Boli heading to Crosara. At the end of the ascent, still walking along a stretch without major steep gradients, yet constant and therefore challenging, access the center of the hamlet and cross the provincial road and then shortly go up to the characteristic square of the former church that has been converted into the "Ecomuseum of straw and peasant tradition", which can be visited on Sundays or prior booking. It is possible to stop for a break in the panoramic garden, just north of the church, which is known as "the balcony over Marostica" for its position. The transhumance trail continues north along the Sentiero del Sejo path, which requires a suitable bike and additional effort.
The return journey starts from the square below the parish church (Piazza San Bortolo): cross the provincial road and take via Adani, the municipal road for San Luca. Then follow the asphalt road downhill, cross the bridge in the lower part of the hamlet of San Luca and then walk back down towards Marostica. After a short distance, turn left onto via Perozzi along a descent that leads to Campo Marzio from another side, through Val d'Inverno. The road runs embedded in the hills and alongside a stream that descends from Val del Costolo forming the Longhella stream further downstream. The stretch is particularly evocative because of a sequence of small waterfalls and limestone rock formations that make up the typical setting of this shady and water-rich area. Both in summer and in winter, nature will certainly be a wonderful show to experience. The village of Vallonara is easy to reach taking the cycling lane back to the starting point.

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