A pè ta mont
Walk in the Fuciade hollow amidst handicrafts, "farmer's shows", folk music and many Ladin culinary delicacies
One of the most anticipated events of the summer in one of the most popular locations in the Val di Fassa becomes the perfect combination of "A pè ta Mont". All day long on Sunday 21st August in Fuciade, which can be reached by a pleasant walk of about 40 minutes from San Pellegrino Pass, the traditions of the old Soraga alpine pasture area will be rediscovered with, in the foreground, the mowing of the meadows and cattle breeding, but also: pannier making, yarn processing, slipper making, reconstruction of a post-war hut, exhibitions and testimonies of the locality in the past and, in particular, during the Great War. There will be an appetising assortment of typical dishes, as well as music that will fill the day with extra cheer with songs by the bands "Alpen Boys", "Museganc' da Zacan" and "Zintoboys" from Cembra. The event begins at 9.00 a.m. with the opening of barns and huts, from "Gherghele" to "La Val", where the Folk Group, the Soraga Alpine Group, the Soraga Events Committee and the Moena Dolomites Ski School will serve platters of local cured meats and cheeses, steaming plates of polenta/sausage/beans/cheese, dumplings with goulash and cabbage, "fortaie" (typical fried sweet) and, to finish, grappa and local wines. Holy Mass will be celebrated at 11.00 a.m. in the little church of Fuciade.
- manufacture of yarns and slippers
- exhibition "Fuciade of the past"
- hay jumping and children's entertainment with "Marijene - Picoi da Mont"
- artist Marta Sasso
- "The Great War at the foot of the Italian front"
- wooden frames
- sculptures Ivo Zulian
- painter Bruno Antonioni
- ski instructors Moena
- Krampus exhibition
- diffuse exhibition of author statues
Paying shuttle bus service from the car park of the "Col Margherita" cable car (€ 5 one way, € 4 return; children up to 10 years free of charge). Cancelled in the event of bad weather.
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