The Way of Saint Rocco
A path made up of people and encounters, where history, culture and nature intertwine along ancient paths and small, cosy villages.
The Cammino di San Rocco is a 70 km itinerary in the lower Trentino region that crosses Mori, Ronzo-Chienis, Val di Gresta and the Brentonico Plateau, territories in Vallagarina devoted to landscape care, environmental and agricultural sustainability.
<p>Inspired by Saint Roch, protector against pandemics and symbolic figure for volunteers and pilgrims, it was born in the difficult 2020 from a proposal that emerged from the community. The route took shape step by step thanks to the discovery of 28 capitals dedicated to the saint in the area.</p>
<p>Along the Saint Roch's Path, which winds through 5 suggested stages, you will cross many landscapes characterised by the legacy of the Great War, the traces of the plague in the 1600s, churches and capitals of great historical value, terraces and the dry stone walls of the Val di Gresta, fields, vineyards and noble residences, small villages and a nature park, the meadows of the Brentonico Plateau.</p>
<p>Before setting off, download the GPX tracks to keep an eye on the route! The Cammino di San Rocco (path F20) is marked with official SAT signs and red and white painted markers and flags.</p>
<p>At the beginning of the first stage in Mori, remember to pick up your Cammino di San Rocco credential, which will make you recognisable in the participating establishments and entitle you to various reductions and discounts. On the credential you will be able to affix the 11 official stamps that you will encounter along the Way, in addition to those provided by associations and facilities you will encounter along the Way.</p>