Making the long crossing from Tribil di Sopra through meadows and chestnut woods, you finally reach the Marian Sanctuary of Castelmonte, where you can then make your descent towards the town of Cividale del Friuli.
The Itinerary is not technically difficult although considerable challenges were encountered in developing the route.
There is an interesting visit to the fortified village of Santuario di Castelmonte, the destination of a Marian pilgrimage in September that sets out from Cividale.
Cividale del Friuli, the city that symbolises the Lombard dominion in Italy, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and also offers numerous remains from ancient Rome and from Patriarchate of Aquilea.
The Mittelfest is the town's most important cultural event, a crossroads of central European art and culture, held in the first two weeks of July.
Don’t miss the many places to savour the local traditional dishes, as well as the many local agri-tourism holiday farms and wineries.
Two of the most important historical re-enactments in Cividale include the Palio race of San Donato on the last Sunday in August, and the entrance into the city of the Patriarch on the first Sunday of January.