The province of Belluno offers an infinite number of proposals for undemanding naturalistic itineraries to do with the children.
This path winds through the area of Costa Solana and Case Biasetto, through one of the most beautiful and best preserved stretches of Feltre countryside, and partially overlaps the thematic itinerary Chiesette Pedemontane.
Along the trail you can admire the spectacular chestnut tree specimens: a plant “imported” by Romans but that, according to scientists, was present in Europe before the glaciations of the Quaternary (concluded 10,000 years ago). The glaciations would have progressively reduced the chestnut’s area of diffusion, confining it to Asia Minor.
Therefore it’s not a “foreign” plant, but an ancient inhabitant of our forests, “brought home” by the Romans after the glaciations had forced it to take refuge in warmer areas.