"Il sapere... entra dai piedi"
which in italian means that the knowledge get through the feet. It is to say that by walking you can learn and understand a huge amount of things. Obviously, seeing, listening to ourselves and to what surrounds us is essential too. We must always consider the fact that we walk on the footsteps on which many people have walked in the past and on which as much people will travel in the future. Therefore, it is important to avoid unnecesary noises, to help maintenance by removing the stone, the fallen branch, or by cutting the bramble from the path.
SC1 Santa CaterinellaSanta Caterina - Tretto, Schio
The path is named after the little church of Santa Caterinella, which recalls a special event and a miracle. Along the path there are significant points, where migrating birds pass through and, as a consequence, hunting activities.
SR1 Prati di S. RoccoSan Rocco, Schio
Meadows and pastures characterize S. Rocco and this path. However, it offers also evidence of farming. This landscapes' beauty is strongly associated with the role and the value of open and cultivated areas of the hilly-mountainous ecological system.
SM1 Lungo l’AcquasalienteS.Maria Pornaro, Schio
The path, which climbs the Acquasaliente valley and runs along the stream in some places, is an opportunity to discover the link between the names of places (toponymy) and the physical characteristics of the territory (Aqua saliens), the crops (nogare, pornaro), legends (Quartiero).
SM2 Terre e miniereS.Maria Pornaro, Schio
The mountain side of S. Maria is characterized by the presence of minerals and materials that have been extracted and used by man over time: silver, kaolin, quartzite, barite and others. The route passes through some of these sites and in particular the area of kaolin extraction.