The lair of the squirrel
Guided walk for families at Ciampedìe
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It is a daytime creature, it spends the night within the trees cavities and it is a capable jumper. What is it? Another tip: it feeds on nuts, nuts, buds, gems, acorns, mushrooms and fruit, but it also happen to complete its diet with small animals, eggs and insects. It gathers wide quantities of foods during summertime, storing them into well-hidden cabinets, in order to dip into them during the periods of weak (except for when they forget about it, helping this way with the reproduction of the plants). It's the squirrel, and it's Ladin name is "schieratola"!
This is a path with 8 handpainted explanatory and descriptive boards. Easy, naturalistic 2-hour walk, organized by the lift company Catinaccio, to discover and admire the wood, its plants and the squirrel's natural habitat. Every Tuesday and Saturday at 10.15 a.m. Meeting point by the top station of the cable car. Clothes and shoes suitable for mountain excursions are required.
Registration: not required. Activity included in the PanoramaPass or in the lift ticket. Strollers allowed.
During the activities, we kindly ask you to respect the social distancing and, if necessary, to correctly wear a face mask.
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