From the car park near Tassullo train station, follow the white-red signs for directions to the Hermitage of Santa Giustina.
Go under the subway which allows you to safely cross the train tracks, and take a left coasting the tracks briefly on an asphalt road. Continue following the red-white signs on walls and the asphalt, descending into the apple orchard, and then take a right a few metres before the asphalt road turns into a gravel road. Continue following the signs to reach the bran new bridge across the river Noce.
The bottom of the gorge where the river flows is also a Nature Park. You can still see the wych elm forests and birds such as the colourful river kingfisher, the dipper – an expert diver – and the black-feathered bird called dabchick.Getting back uphill is fairly quick and you’ll find yourself in the orchard in no time. On the right you’ll see a sign for the village of Dermulo, just a 15-minute walk away.
To complete the circuit and return to Tassulo, continue across the orchard following the red-white signs on the cement pillars that bear the weight of the facilities for planting apples.
Reach a rest area on the edge of the provincial road next to the dam of Santa Giustina. Follow the pavement coasting the dam and reach the spacious car park next to a high street with some shops, a cafe, and a restaurant. Cross the park, take a left, and continue on an asphalted road running across the field leading to Tassullo station, and by so doing avoid traffic.