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To Visit Val d'Inverno and the chestnut trees of the villages Costa, Marosi and Valeri

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Campo Marzio is the starting point. Take via Due Rogge, at the end of which cross the provincial road with care and turn left into via Gianni Cecchin going north towards Vallonara. After a short stretch, turn left and take the cycling lane/pedestrian path that runs alongside the Longhella stream. At the end of the cycling lane, once in the hamlet of Vallonara, cross the provincial road carefully, turn left and go northwards along the provincial road for a short stretch. Then, near an uphill road, turn left and take via Valeri with the indication Val d'Inverno. An historical building known as Commando Tappa (i.e. the gateway of the troops leaving for the Asiago Plateau in the First World War) appears on the right, after a short stretch. Keep the left side and walk along the Val d'Inverno. The road proceeds embedded in the hills along a stream that descends from the Val del Costolo valley forming the Longhella stream further downstream. This stretch is particularly suggestive because of the sequence of small waterfalls and limestone rock formations that make up the typical setting of this shady and water-rich area. The climb along via Valeri leads to San Luca. Chestnut trees are frequently met in this area: their autumn colors will pay the visitors' efforts back with a view of their golden and shining foliage. At the entrance into via Valeri on the asphalted road near the village, turn left to descend towards Marostica. Walk along via Colpi Pivotti and then turn left to take via Perozzi Filisedo, which goes down into via Marosi and continues in via Prandi, at the end of which via Valeri opens up along the Val d'Inverno. On the way back, the cultivations are more intensely characterized by chestnut trees and vineyards mixed with fruit trees (apple, pear and cherry trees). Further downhill the meadows produce forage grass, instead. Farms and holiday farmhouses may be found  along this part of the route. After crossing Val d'Inverno, go back to the Vallonara cycling lane/pedestrian path and from here to the starting point.

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