We are above Vigna di Chiusa Pesio, a hamlet located on the road that from the city of Chiusa Pesio reaches San Bartolomeo and the Certosa.
The huts can be reached on foot from 40 minutes onwards through various paths, accessible with non-binding walks, by e-bike, mountain bike or on horseback; also snowshoes and skiing in winter.
Motor vehicles are not allowed.
There are no shuttle services.
For those staying for more than two nights and has heavy luggage, we provide transport service (weather and ground conditions permitting).
WE REMIND YOU THAT:
- THE RESTAURANT SERVICE IS NOT PERFORMED FOR THOSE WHO ARE NOT GUESTS OF THE STRUCTURE
- TO BETTER ORGANIZE THE ARRANGEMENT OF THE TABLES AND POSITION THE CUSTOMERS WITH AN APPROPRIATE DISTANCE, BOOKING IS NECESSARY AT LEAST ONE DAY IN ADVANCE
- DOGS, IN THE STRUCTURE, MUST BE KEPT ON THE LEASH
The most used routes and with limited travel times are:
DA BORGATA FIOLERA (click to find the Parking)
- ON THE WAGON (2,4 Km - 50 min - not very demanding route)
After passing the charming church of Fiolera on the right, continue on a narrow asphalted stretch and near the bend that proceeds to the hamlet of Manassero on the left, instead, leave the asphalted road and continue straight on for 50 meters. From here a cart track begins with a small bridge that you must follow to get to Tetti Baudinet from which you continue with a short path to Baudinet Superiore, reaching the Baite. Total travel time about 50 minutes.
- PANORAMIC ROAD (3,3 Km - 1h 10 min - undemanding nature trail)
Always starting from Fiolera and going up the cart track, it is possible shortly after the beginning of the same to turn right towards Truna, then continue to the panoramic Colletto and then cross a beautiful beech forest that leads to the main cart track of the previous route. Journey time about 1 hour and 10 minutes.
FROM PYLON OF THE HOLOC
from Vigna go up for 3 km on the paved road following the signs for the Pilone dell'Olocco, a chapel straddling the Pesio Valley and Lurisia.
- HOLOC BEAN (2,7 Km - 40 min - simple nature trail)
Arriving at the Pilone, go up for about 1 km and 600 meters of asphalted road (not authorized for motor vehicles) and then cut on the right through the beech forest that leads directly to the mountain huts, with access from the upper part of the meadow. Journey time about 40 minutes
- VIA DELLE BORGATE (3,3 Km - 1 h 10 min - naturalistic / historical path not very demanding)
Starting from Pilone dell'Olocco, cross the paved road that climbs towards Monte Pigna and take the mule track opposite, slightly to the right and slightly downhill. You ignore the mule track that leads to the Mascarone gias and you reach the Borgata Fuggin (20 min from the Olocco) with a fountain before entering the town. Among the houses, the mule track on the right towards Fiolera and the one on the left towards Mascarone are overlooked. On the other hand, always go down to the left for about 150 meters along the dirt road to access the hamlet, then take the path that branches off to the left, which reaches Tetti Nonetta. Passing in front of the houses, the path descends to the bottom of the Porcherott valley, crosses two canals on wooden bridges and enters a dirt road. Go down to the right for a few tens of meters, turn left onto the path to Tetti Mauri which returns to the chestnut groves, leave a mule track on the left, cross the ruins of Tetti Biroe and wedge into a narrow valley to exit not far from Tetti Castel , If you want to reach Baudinet directly, follow the signs "Baudinet via direct" periodically marked by white and red stripes, Otherwise, go down the short dirt road to access the hamlet and access another dirt road on the left towards Tetti Rumanin, and beyond a mule track it crosses a slope which, some ten meters above the Tetti Mauri, meets the path to Tetti Baudinet (30 min from Tetti Fuggin). The path climbs gradually through the woods to Tetti Barril. Following the red and white signs, you go up the fairly steep path to reach the panoramic village of Baudinet (35 minutes from Tetti Mauri). Go up again looking for the signs for Baudinet Soprana and our huts.