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The trail take us from the summit of Monte Lema on the floor through the mountain pastures in a suggestive rural naturalistic landscape, rich in history and emotions between scents of rhododendrons and majestic beech woods, historical chestnut woods and old buildings as evidence of past labors.
You will be able to meet herds of cows, cows Scottish, herds of goats and horses grazing on colorful slopes, partly colonized in an almost intrusive way from the green alder in the upper part of the territory and from the broom and fern to the floor.
The Alpe Agario is characterized by vast meadows grazed by Scottish goats and cows and by the presence of the mountain pheasant. Gradiccioli Amphitheater, also offers a possibility of refreshment.
The Alps owned by the Patriciate of Mugena (Nisciora) and Arosio (Gem) are the kingdom of the Scottish cow.
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Possibility of guided tours by reservation:
Timetable spring: 08.45 -17: 15 from April to June
Summer time: 08:15 to 17: 45 July and August
Winter hours: 08: 45-17: 15 September until closing
Usually the runs are every 30 minutes.
In case of bad weather: runs every hour.
The Alpe di Cima Pianca, owned by the Patriciate of Novaggio, is located on the route Cielo e Terra, currently loaded with suckler cows from the region. On site you can visit the small Woodcutter Museum.
Area reforested in the period 1900-60 with the planting of forest species that crown the slope, color the landscape and protect the valley floor from natural hazards.
Alpe owned by the Patriciate of Breno loaded with about seventy goats, with the production of cheese on the spot.
Alpe owned by the Patriziato of Fescoggia, situated in an enchanting place immersed in the wild nature of Val Firinescio.