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4 passi per tutti - I maggenghi di Caspoggio

Gradient: 200 m to Sant'Antonio - 350 m to La Motta

Time taken: 1.30 h to Sant'Antonio - 2.30 h to la Motta

From the centre of Caspoggio one can reach Negrini district and visit the “truna”, one of the most important ethnographic curiosities in Caspoggio. Carry on an excavated road to the houses of Sant’Antonio where a characteristic church dominates the pastures near to the two chair lifts. From there, continue on the path called "Sentiero del latte" (“milky path”) to La Motta of Caspoggio where you can enjoy a panoramic sight on the bottom of the valley. The return can be done along the same itinerary or, very advisable, go down toward Prabello – Santa Elisabetta in order to do a loop. There you will find a small alpaca breeding from where you take again the path back to Negrini district.

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