Ring of the Casere del Terne between history and nature
25 € per person
Mount Terne, wedged between the Ardoe Valleys and Medon, dominated by the Dolomite mass of Schiara, is an excellent balcony over the city of Belluno and its valley.
The various slopes hold traces of a not-too-distant past, where industrious hands wrested patches of land from the mountains for cultivation.
Dry-stone walls, encrusted with moss, emerge from the rangeland forest; stepping through the doorway of the old farmhouses is a plunge back in time.
We will start from Case Bortot, gateway to the 7th Alpine Ref.
The loop starts in a westerly direction and will alternate uphill sections with fun “junctions” at high altitude always on good trails.
Encounters along the way with the various casere, some of which are still in excellent condition, will give us a chance to learn more about aspects of life on these “middle lands.”
COSTS AND RESERVATIONS
Cost includes guide service
Guide fee : 25 €/person
The cost does not include any expenses for meals, transportation, etc.
To book you can fill out the Form on this page or contact us directly:
Daniel Tel. 328 5717212
Equipment to bring
Sturdy hiking shoes or mountain boots
Backpack with seasonally appropriate clothing. Rain jacket
Packed lunch and drinks
How can I pay for the tour?
Is reservation mandatory?
What happens in case of bad weather?
I will notify you in a timely manner to the references you will give me to contact you.
Can I cancel the reservation? By when?
For cancellations due to causes other than weather uncertainty, in the last 24 hours of departure, a penalty of 50% of the total cost is foreseen.
- Guide service by a medium mountain guide
- Individual accident insurance
- Possible meals and transport
Who's your guide??
In dolomiti Beat we are all AMM Certified by the College of Alpine Guides of Veneto, to guarantee you maximum safety and professionalism and think only of your enjoyment!
The floor plan of the house in which I grew up reflects an old custom whereby the kitchen faces south and the rooms face north.
This good design rule reserved for me a small room overlooking hills and foothills, woods and meadows, inevitable not to feel attraction to that world that was just begging to be explored and that I had begun to know from that window.
As I grew up, my gaze went beyond those hills, further north, to the Dolomites and into all those mountains that give me excitement.
There they are, after all, outside my bedroom window.
"If the point at which you plunge into a river is the present, I thought, then the past is the water that has passed you by, the water that goes downward and where there is nothing left for you, while the future is the water that comes down from above, bringing dangers and surprises. The past is downstream, the future is upstream.
Whatever fate is, it dwells in the mountains above our heads."