Access: From Faè to Caiada by car along a very exposed road with the danger of rock falls (closed in snow).
Difficulty reaching and moving about in the area: None, apart from the difficulty of orientation moving about in the woods
Recommended time of year: Summer
Habitat: Vast forest, among the most interesting in the Park, with a network of mule tracks and forest roads to facilitate the hiker
Wildlife to look out for: Crested tit, hazel grouse, robin, song thrush, black woodpecker, roe deer, red deer, fox
Equipment: Walking boots and normal mountain gear
Notes: There is not always good visibility in the forest. The best way to sight roe deer is to stop in the Palughet area early in the morning or in the evening