The stone, wood and slate buildings that now make up the small village date back to the early 1900s. For years they have housed the margari, their families and livestock and have witnessed stories of mountain life, fatigue and even war. .
The Baite di Baudinet have intertwined genuine and perhaps simple existences, but solid as the rock on which they rest. Those who have lived these slopes from a very young age tell of boundless, well-kept and sparkling meadows that could be seen from the lower valley thanks to the constant presence of pastures and the hard work of the mountaineers.
Now the wood has taken over the spaces gradually abandoned, but the clearing that surrounds the huts is still large and inviting, thanks to the work of those who, until a few years ago, took care of it and let the precious animals spending sunny days and starry nights with them.