We have gathered some small tips for you to explore the area.
A narrow 300 metres long and 60 deep gorge that connects the Church of San Martino in Fondo to the Smeraldo Lake. The itinerary is on a well-trodden earthen trail and partly on metal footbridges. Along the way you will find an ancient washing house and a mill, while looking up, you can see the ruins of the Roman bridge that once connected the two sides of the river. The sound of the rushing water under your feet is the background music to this evocative walk.
Sanctuary of San Romedio
A walk that is not demanding but full of emotions through the rock. Starting from the Rhaetian Museum of Sanzeno, it follows an ancient irrigation canal from the 1800s with a length of 2.5 kilometres. Initially, you walk along beautiful apple orchards, before entering the heart of the mountain. The view is breath-taking. Crossing a wooden walkway, you arrive at the Sanctuary of San Romedio, a characteristic hermitage built on a cliff. The duration of the walk is about 45 minutes.
To the "Madonna Brusada" chapel
This religious building is located between the Pradiei, one of the most peaceful and uncontaminated corners of the area. To reach this place of peace with a panoramic view of the Maddalene, take Via Mazzini up to the intersection with the road to Vasio. Then, take the cycle path that connects Fondon with the other villages of Alta Val di Non.