Benvenuti nel sito ufficiale del Cammino Fogazzaro-Roi (CFR): 80Km di cammino lungo stradine argini e sentieri della provincia di Vicenza fra tesori di arte e natura nei luoghi narrati dal famoso romanziere.

The Rigoni Stern route is coming

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CRS argine

Cammini Veneti has been working for some time on the creation of the second Route, the Rigoni Stern route, dedicated to the famous writer of the Asiago Plateau - 7 Comuni, born on November 1, 1921. 2021 is therefore the year of the centenary of his birth.
The path starts from the Olympic Academy of Vicenza (Mario Rigoni Stern was an Olympic academic) to get to Asiago, initially following the Tesina embankment (later Astico), crossing the small Bregonze plateau, reaching the plateau of the 7 Municipalities climbing from Cogollo del Cengio, using in the final stretch the cycle / pedestrian path along the old disused railway Piovene Rocchette-Asiago.

As for the C.F.R., also for the C.R.S. we have tried to create a route immersed in nature as much as possible, avoiding busy roads as much as possible.

To date, provisional signs have been affixed, as some sections of the route are not yet definitive. The route measures about 80Km, a length similar to that of the C.F.R.

Our goal is to inaugurate the Rigoni Stern Walk on the occasion of the centenary of his birth. Follow our Facebook page to stay informed on all updates relating to the C.R.S.

CFR CRS

The path of the provisional CRS (in blue) and that of the CFR (in red)

The CFR Route

Mappa completa CFRMap of the Cammino Fogazzaro-Roi, over 80km from Montegalda to Tonezza del Cimone, passing through the city of Vicenza

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confronto-tappeA basic overview of the four stages to discover all the features of the route through 16 towns in the province of Vicenza

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