You can start from the sports centre of Ponte Capriasca, then go up to the highest part of the town passing through a residential area. Once near the cemetery, it is worth making a short diversion to visit the church of Sant'Ambrogio, which houses "Il Cenacolo", the 7-metre fresco, considered one of the best copies of Leonardo's masterpiece. You then return to the previous route to continue in the direction of the Formighé area. The route is first paved, then becomes a mule track and finally a path that descends more and more from the hill into the woods, passing through an agricultural area and arriving at the border with Taverne. You then climb up on the other side of the stream along a steep path that quickly leads to the plain where the Cascina dei Bellunesi is located. The path then continues almost flat until you reach the first houses of Ponte Capriasca. Here we cross the cantonal road and climb up to the church of San Giorgio, a protected building inscribed as a historical monument. We descend into the centre of Origlio passing by the scenic staircase in front of the church. Once you arrive at the town hall, you return to Ponte Capriasca passing through the pedestrian path along the river.