Stanga restaurant is located in Sedico, along the road that leads to Agordo, right in the middle of Val Cordevole, in the heart of Belluno’s Dolomiti Park.
In Dolomites park you can take dozens of trails, different depending on what you want to see: wildlife, flora, beautiful architecture and breathtaking landscapes.
We can suggest a number of different routes and nature places you can see
In particolare, partendo dal Ristorante alla Stanga, o integrando una sosta al Ristorante alla Stanga per il pranzo o scendendo al ristorante per la cena, vi diamo un elenco di ciò che si può visitare attraverso i sentieri naturalistici.
- “Val de Piero” and “Forcella Oderzo”, passing under the wall of Burel: a trail that is always overlooking Burel’s abyss, with waterfalls with dripping moss, the green at the beginning and later the rocks, but when you come out in “Forcella”, the landscape is changing and turns green.
- Walking for ten minutes from Stanga Restaurant, you can reach the picturesque Prince Umberto waterfall, in Val di Piero: a unique and spectacular show, for everybody.
- “Salet’s Meadows” and “Coro Mount”: the meadows are located in the center of Sedico valley, perfectly mowed and maintained, surrounded by beautiful woods, with the imposing backdrop of “Coro Mount”..
- “Bianchet Refuge” and “Celo Mount”: part of Schiara mountains, 1250 m, you can reach either through a walking path or by mountain bike.
- Military blockhouses, “bivacchi” and “malgas”: All Dolomites Park is full of military paths that lead to blockhouses, “bivacchi” and “malgas”. In particular the defensive system of “I Castei” is located in “Val Cordevole”.
- Valley of Imperina’S old mines: Since ‘400 these mines are known for the existence of the extraction of metals, like copper and silver. These mines have buildings dating to pre-industrial and industrial period, with a great historical value. Today here remains the ruins of 16 buildings, including warehouses, furnaces, power plant, stalls, bunker, director’s villa, ‘hospital’, blacksmiths’ shop, the washing-shredding materials’ plant and various houses and offices. Now the area is developing (and already partly done) a plan for recovery and implementation of the mines to change the village into a place with the function of museum for tourism.