Along the Elce Path (which begins along the road that leads to the meadows of Gagliole) you take the downhill gravel track, which can only be crossed with all-terrain vehicles, and after about a hundred meters you will find a first detour that leads to a more or less flat path, which goes into the bush and leads to the karst spring of Sasso Pozzo.
The stretch that leads to Sasso Pozzo is challenging and is equipped with a fence and a via ferrata. In the path that descends from Sasso Pozzo, there are other curious formations produced by running water: circular pools (called mings) and a small and steep waterfall.
Attention! As already mentioned, the stretch that leads to Sasso Pozzo is quite challenging and is equipped with a fence and a via ferrata. Recommended for experienced hikers only.
To view the trail map visit the Natural Museum website.
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