Discover valle Vogna - Riva Valdobbia

Discover valle Vogna - Riva Valdobbia

Scritto il 23/03/2018
da Al Grup


Starting from Cà di Janzo (m 1354), you can enjoy a tour of the beautiful hamlets of Valle Vogna. Continuing on path n ° 10 you arrive at Frazione Selveglio (m. 1536); leave the path 10 and go over rivers Janzo and Oro to reach Frazione Oro (m 1500), surrounded by the green pastures, which once grew up till the Corno d’Otro. After passing the Sasso river you reach Cà Vescovo (m 1466), sunny and overlooking St. Antonio. After you meet Frazione Rabernardo met (m 1500), which includes over fifteen rural houses. Climbing to the meadows above and passing the Selletto farmhouse, you get to Cambiaveto (m 1499). Near the hamlet you can admire the ruins of a mill. Continuing on the high path, climb to the opposite eyelid, where the Frazione Piane (m 1511) is located on the flat plain of the Valley. Go down to Peccia (m 1529), which is currently composed of seven houses and hosts the oratory of S Grato. Leave the Peccia, go down and pass S. Antonio (m 1381), considered "capital" of the Vogna Valley. Continue walking in the direction of Riva Valdobbia. In a few you meet: Cà Verno (m 1387), composed of four houses covered by a single roof that repairs the inhabitants from rain and snow; Cà Morca (m 1378) where is locatred one of the oldest Walser buildings; On Sasso (m 1395), which currently consists of a single house, you can see the ruins of some house and a chapel; Cà Piacentino (m1361); Vogna Sotto (m 1271), composed of twelve rural houses, ancient public oven, two fountains and a chapel dedicated to San Gemani; Madonna of the Pose, a territory that includes an ancient oratory and chapels.


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