Decauville da Arnoga ai laghi di Cancano

From Arnoga take path N195 east and, after the first stretch where you can admire beautiful views of Cima Piazzi, you enter the Forest of Breitina. Reaching the Foscagno Valley you cross the river and continue along the main path, out of the woods, past the Alpe Morzaglia and on to the Alpe Gattonino. Here there is a major crossroads with different destinations inidcated. The path continues straight on towards the rocky massif of Cime di Plator. Cross the forest of San Antonio to reach a fork with a wide paved road that leads up to Cancano. At this point you have already completed 10 km, all on the flat, a stretch that is also used for altitude training by longdistance runners. Continue up the road for a couple of turns: after two tunnels you reach the saddle of the Torri di Fraele. From there continue through an equally beautiful environment towards the Lago delle Scale and the Cancano dams.
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