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Jacopeo d'Anaunia Path - III Stage

Pilgrim trail · Val di Non
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  • Chiesa S. Maria Assunta a Baselga di Bresimo
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This part of the Path leads us from the Val di Rumo, through Val di Bresimo, into Val di Sole and gives us suggestive views of the various villages crossed. There is no shortage of the jewels of a sacred art that offers ongoing stimuli.
difficult
Distance 23.8 km
9:30 h
680 m
880 m
1,055 m
696 m

At the beginning of this stage you can decide to either end the Cammino and go back to Sanzeno following the Variant of Stage 3 or to continue on the Stage 3 of the Cammino Jacopeo.

All'inizio di questa tappa si può decidere se concludere il Cammino andando a Sanzeno grazie alla Variante della tappa 3 oppure proseguire con la Tappa numero 3.

A fairly demanding stage in terms of length. It can be divided in two with an intermediate stop in Cis.

At this stage you have the chance to walk back to Sanzeno and finish the Jacope d'Anaunia Path in just 3 days. Here the details to the variant of III stage!

 

On the Path you will find in Preghena the sixteenth-century church of St. Anthony with its external facade characterised by fifteenth-century frescoes depicting St. Sebastian, St. Christopher and St. Bernard. In Baselga dei Bresimo there is the church/sanctuary of Santa Maria Assunta. In San Giacomo di Caldes there is the parish church dedicated to San Giacomo il Maggiore (of Compostela).

Author’s recommendation

The stamp to be affixed on the Pilgrim's Credential is located near the church of San Giacomo di Caldes:

Baselga di Bresimo - church/sanctuary of Santa Maria Assunta (for the opening of the church contact the lady in the house on the left of the church)

San Giacomo, Caldes - at the rectory or at Penasa Maria

Terzolas - at the Torraccia bar (closed on Wednesdays)

Terzolas – at the Capuchin Friary (hospitality at a holiday home)

It is possible to conclude here the jacopeo d'Anaunia Path. See the details of he variant of III stage to walk back to Sanzeno.

 

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Donato Iob
Update: September 03, 2021
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Highest point
1,055 m
Lowest point
696 m
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Safety information

The Path is well signposted, with the presence of the symbol of the stylised shell in yellow and various tables indicating the way. You can follow ancient paths connecting small towns and ancient roads that led to the sanctuaries, destination of pilgrimages. There are short stretches of roads with little traffic.

Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.

Tips and hints

www.santiagoanaunia.it  

Start

Marcena di Rumo (935 m)
Coordinates:
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46.440447, 11.018682
DMS
46°26'25.6"N 11°01'07.3"E
UTM
32T 655064 5144966
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Destination

Terzolas

Turn-by-turn directions

After leaving Rumo, passing along a stretch of road and a nice path in the woods you arrive in the so-called Mezzalone, in Preghena. Go up a stretch of the main road towards Bresimo and immerse yourself in a silent landscape that preserves naturalistic and ethnographic aspects similar to the past. The first village encountered is Baselga di Bresimo, which houses the important church of Santa Maria Assunta (national monument) famous for its 15th century frescoes. After Bevia and Fontana Nuova, near the church of Bresimo, take the direction of the Venetian Sawmill and follow the noisy Barnès to Cis. Here we take the Roman road that leads through orchards and woods to San Giacomo di Caldes.

We reach Samoclevo and then Terzolas, and this marks the end of the stage.

 

Texts by Donato Iob
Association of Anaune Friends of the Pilgrim's Way to Santiago

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

From the A22 Brenner motorway, take the Trento North exit and continue in the direction of Val di Non on the SS43. At the Mostizzolo bridge turn right and follow the clearly marked signs to Rumo.

Parking

Free parking is available by referring to the Cassa Rurale bank in Mione di Rumo.

Coordinates

DD
46.440447, 11.018682
DMS
46°26'25.6"N 11°01'07.3"E
UTM
32T 655064 5144966
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Book recommendation by the author

Si consiglia la Guida ufficiale del Camino Jacopeo d'Ananunia completa di indicazioni relative al percorso e approfondimenti storici e culturali e il sito ufficiale del cammino: www.santiagoanaunia.it  

Author’s map recommendations

4land Cartina Escursionistica della Val di Non, scala 1:25.000

Equipment

Anyone who sets out and wants to get to their destination without problems must wear a good pair of comfortable shoes, preferably with a sculpted sole (like Vibram) and ankle protection (like hiking pedules), but in which the foot is firmly fixed to prevent the formation of blisters or, worse still, risk a sprain. It is also good to have a stick (or better still, telescopic sticks) to help you along the way, especially in some more challenging passages.

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Distance
23.8 km
Duration
9:30 h
Ascent
680 m
Descent
880 m
Highest point
1,055 m
Lowest point
696 m
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