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Image 0 - On the way of alpine pastures-2: Monte Lema - Tramboschino - Casera
Image 1 - On the way of alpine pastures-2: Monte Lema - Tramboschino - Casera
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On the way of alpine pastures-2: Monte Lema - Tramboschino - Casera

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.

CASERA

Magnificent building owned by the Patriziato di Miglieglia in the Alpetti area. A territory characterized by wooded pastures, chestnut woods, and paths immersed in beech woods rich in history.

TRAMBOSCHINO

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.

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.

Flyer to download: PDF

Tips

  • Waterproof clothing, light and warm
  • Hiking boots
  • Gloves, sun cap, change of clothes
  • First aid kit with penknife
  • Torch, sunglasses, sun cream, water-bottle
  • Hiking map/topographic map
  • Camera
  • Food
  • Raincover for backpacks

Montagnepulite: This project was born to promote an effective management and sustainable use of mountain huts in Ticino, and in particular the litter management. The responsible management of litter in the mountains is a matter of common sense. We can all contribute: https://www.montagnepulite.ch/en/golden-rules

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