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Campanile di Val Montanaia - World Heritage Site, Cimolais

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  • We had planned to hike 'il campanile' via path 353 from Rifugio Pordenone this weekend. The problem came when the road (Val Cimoliana) leading from Cimolais to Rifugio Pordenone was closed at Ponte....  more
    We had planned to hike 'il campanile' via path 353 from Rifugio Pordenone this weekend. The problem came when the road (Val Cimoliana) leading from Cimolais to Rifugio Pordenone was closed at Ponte....  more »
  • not long but hard hike starting from rifugio pordenone 14 km from cimolais village (by car you need to pay 6 € per car) . the path is full of pubble and very steep, but at the end (just at the end.....  more
    not long but hard hike starting from rifugio pordenone 14 km from cimolais village (by car you need to pay 6 € per car) . the path is full of pubble and very steep, but at the end (just at the end.....  more »
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  • Breathtaking spot (but extremely wrong position on the map: it's like 1,77 km away from the actual Campanile)
  • Amazing view, only c.a. 2 hours (hard) walk from the nearest hut.
  • Top!
  • Just wow
  • A definite effort to climb. You can feel the slope of around 30% in scree. But the reward for the effort is definitely satisfying. Bring water and shoes with good grip on the ground. I feel I have to warn, as if it were still needed, about the need to check the weather conditions before climbing, to avoid critical moments. Getting on or off in the rain is dangerous as well as very uncomfortable. Think about your safety if you want to climb the bell tower. It takes time and adequate equipment.

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