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From Coredo via the Orna Forest to Castel Bragher

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Map / From Coredo via the Orna Forest to Castel Bragher
Distance 5.9 km
1:50 h
203 m
203 m
838 m
635 m
Easy hike (suitable for walkers) between the paths of Coredo and the typical Orna forest, its numerous pines and a dense undergrowth.

From Conredo square, turn into Tonidandel street, pass the library, turn right into Trento street, take the second turning on the left into Borgonuovo street and follow (straight on) the signs for the Rouroni biotope, which borders the Orna forest. The asphalted road continues and finally reaches the woods, where it turns into a forest road. The signs show the way to the Bragherino (a small house where the housekeepers and servants used to live). Continuing to the left, there is the possibility of entering the Rouroni biotope (natural lake, after rich rainfalls). Continuing on, the terrain becomes rockier and you finally reach a viewpoint from which you can see Castel Bragher from above. After about 50 metres, you can see a single statue of Claudio Trevi and, a little below, the Bragherino, which served as his study house for a short time. Return along the same path.


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