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The regional government began the first of 2 stages of construction in 2003 to make this gorge accessible to visitors. The second stage was completed in 2010. Now the entire narrow gorge can be traversed on steel catwalks, with an open picnic area in the...More
Canyon Rio Sasso is essentially a narrow winding gorge that runs right through the middle of the town, but due to its depth, and the fact that it has been roofed over in parts, means that this feels more like an underground tour.
It took us more than a hour to find it, no proper directions. Apparently we found it but they required to pay for a guide, needs to wait him and no available places on that day. So stupid not to allow people just visit it...More
Last time we walked through the canyon in February 13 there had been heavy snowfall and it was the most beautiful scene I had ever witnessed, so we were a little cautious this time as only a little had fallen.
Fear not though as the...More
This is a very charming walk and not too demanding though be aware there is a long flight of metal stairs at the top of the gorge.
Try to time your walk to the ringing of the Mass bells from St Martin's. It is quite...More
First of all try to get the Trentino card and it will be free, otherwise it costs 9eur. The tour starts in Fondo where you are guided by a local tour guide down the canyon. You must wear a helmet and a rain coat, you...More
The perfect place to visit particularly on a hot summer day. The gorge is very atmospheric and also nice and cool. If one starts from the villages one ends up at the little artificial lake were one can have a nice drink and relax. Val...More