Val Noana by Mountain Bike

Departure from Imer, ascent by initially paved road and then gravel road ending up at the Vederna refuge. Once you reach the refuge, continue towards the summit cross from which you can admire the entire Primiero valley and the well-known Pale di San Martino. We will make a detour to the military posts from where it is possible to admire Imer and Mezzano from above. At this point, descend to the refuge for lunch with friends. After lunch we will move to Val Noana to admire the lake and then reach the suspension bridge after which the last demanding climb will await us to go down to the center of Fiera di Primiero for coffee. From here it is easy to return along the beautiful cycle path that runs alongside the Cismon river.

Bike type: e-MTB
Distance: 40km
Altitude difference: 1500d+
Time: about 6 hours (including lunch break) Difficulty: medium/easy (A minimum of experience in riding a bike on dirt roads is required).
For information:
Matteo 393 332 1780

Capitel de la Pause

In the surroundings of Imer there are frequent ones that the locals call the "capitei": erected along the mule tracks that lead to the farms, they had the purpose of signaling the resting places, the dangerous ones or where some misfortune occurred, or present inside the farmhouses as a meeting point for prayer. They are the testimony of the strong devotion to the patron saints, a sign of the fulfillment of the vows expressed by the faithful, spontaneous thanks for the graces received.
Among the many capitals present in the village, the best known of all is precisely the "capitel della pause" dedicated to the Madonna del Caravaggio (the only capital that expressly invites you not to make offers) on the Vederna road built in 1913 to replace the old crumbling one.

Church of Our Lady of the Snow

Although construction plans began as early as 1941, it was necessary to wait until the end of the war for its construction to begin with the designer and design by Albino Doff Sotta.
The church was born as a small place of worship, for the benefit of the families who spent the whole summer on the Alps, for haymaking and tending the rye and flax fields. On 5 September 1948 the chapel, also equipped with a bell, was inaugurated with a solemn celebration and dedicated to the Madonna della Neve. Although today the first frescoes depicting the patron saints of Imer (the apostles Peter and Paul, San Vigilio and two large angels) are no longer visible, the church remains open to the public throughout the summer allowing you to admire the Madonna della Neve depicted in a winter Alpe Vederna, oil by the artist Roberto Endrizzi.

Croce degli Alpini, Stoli di Morosna and finds from the Great War

...about an hour from Rifugio Vederna, following the path through the meadow, you reach the top which gives you the privilege of admiring the Primiero valley from above. Here is the Croce degli Alpini built in April 1961 (originally in larch) following the First World War and in memory of the Alpini fallen in the war. In 1984 the old wooden cross, now deteriorated by the weather, was rebuilt in metal reaching 22 meters in height and lit up at night. In addition to the cross that has stood imposingly for half a century, there are numerous testimonies of the Great War, from the trenches placed close to the top, the fort in Saltón and in Morosna the Stoli, tunnels dug into the rock by Italian troops to defend the Schenèr valley.

The “sguazi” and “El saltón” waterfall

Thanks to an underground basin, the Vederna is full of waterfalls that flow directly from the rock: the sguazi.
The most impressive is the "El saltón" waterfall which descends vertically remaining in contact with the rock. This waterfall, with a drop of about 50 meters, is one kilometer from the little church on the mountain going down the cobbled road that climbs from Imer.

Monte Pavione and Vette Felterine

From Rifugio Vederna (1324m) along the forest road or path n° 736 you arrive at Malga Agnerola (1543m) and continue along the same path up to the top of Monte Pavione (2335m), which is the highest of the Vette Feltrine.

Monte Pavione differs from all the other peaks for its particular geometric "Pyramid" shape.
The excursion can continue towards the Rifugio Dal Piaz or the Rifugio B. Boz, covering a part of the Altavia no. 2 (long route with many ups and downs)