Starting from the town center of Torcegno you will be in the middle of green fields that surround the country road which leads to the church of Madonna Ausiliatrice. The ancient
track leads to the top of the hill of San Pietro (also known as Mt Cioplina), a strategic look out on the eastern territory of Valsugana. Beautiful capitals made of wood follow you on the way down to the village of Telve di Sopra, from here you head towards Loc. Parise where starts the uphill among the chestnut trees. This unique landscape takes hikers to the sourranding of Campestrini; at this point you just need to go on along a little stretch before arriving to the starting point.
3T BIKE - PARCO FLUVIALE TOUR
Starting from the town centre of Telve go towards the valley bottom in direction of Castelnuovo. This walking track allows you to admire long vineyards and crops of small
fruits, crops which are particularly suited for this territory. Trough a short flat path you reach the beautiful Carzano River Park. With its meadows, the pond and the walking
tracks along the river Maso, this is a prized destination for spending quiet hours with your family. Then you will reach Carzano village and, along the road that leads north, you will cross the ancient Via Claudia Augusta and then in a few minutes you will be in the town center of Telve.
3T BIKE - STORIA E LEGGENDA TOUR
Starting from Piazza Maggiore in the town of Telve walk along the scenic road that leads to Masi di Carzano (also called Masi Caverna) and take the ascent of St. Antonio
with a gradient of 15% until you reach the SP 31 of Passo Manghen. After a short walk downhill the track goes uphill reaching Maso Tezza, from where starts the forest road
Restena immersed in a rich forest of conifers and broad-leaved woods. Having reached the highest point of the path (Loc Frisanco, 950 m) begins a steep descent that leads
into a medieval village close to Castellalto, a manor house dates back to the thirteenth century. The way back to Telve is along a mule track, after having experienced first hand
the curious legend of the “secio and secia”.