Today's adventure began from Case Bortot, above Belluno. My colleague Marco and I left from here to reach the top of Mount Terne. To our surprise, when we were ready to leave, a splendid Bernese Mountain Dog was added. The path is immediately very sloping and continuous as a difficulty, winding through fairly inaccessible and wild woods compared to common tourist paths.
Belluno, Veneto, Italy
In some places there are short sections equipped with ropes to make it easier to pass over slippery rocks. The most characteristic part of the Terne is the arrival just before the summit: a fantastic knife-blade creation gives splendid emotions. We imagined that the Bovaro would get tired after a while, and instead he accompanied us to the summit, sometimes behind and sometimes leading the way. A beautiful company! Even on the way back he accompanied us to the parking lot and then disappeared.
Expert hikers - are generally signposted itineraries but with some difficulties: the terrain can consist of slippery slopes of grass, mixed rocks and grass, stony ground, slight snowy slopes or even single easy-to-climb rocky passages (use of hands in some places) . Although they are routes that do not require particular equipment, equipped sections can be presented even if they are not demanding. They require a good knowledge of the alpine environment, a safe step and the absence of vertigo. Physical preparation must be adequate for a fairly continuous day of walking.