Itinerari nel Rojale

The villages and traditions

The naturalistic interest of the area is complemented by its historical and artistic value, connected to the charm and beauty of the characteristic places of Rojale. Indeed, it is an ecosystem that extends into little villages, where churches, votive chapels, farmhouses, and historical buildings of great interest stand.

In the past century, Rojale distinguished itself primarily for the processing of "scus," which refers to the husks of corn in the Friulian language, and later for the processing of wicker and iron.

To preserve this heritage, the Mostra permanente del cartoccio e del vimine has been established in Reana, along with the Vetrina del Rojale in Remugnano, managed by the Rojale ProLoco. This initiative was born with the purpose of promoting the territory and its peculiarities.

The path

Itinerary 2 was created with the aim of enhancing the historical-artistic heritage present in Rojale and the craftsmanship of the scus.
The route connects to Itinerary 1, and from the square in Rizzolo, next to the parish church of Saints Hilary and Tatian, you can begin the discovery of the settlements and the assets of greatest cultural interest.

Continue northward to the ancient Battiferro di Rizzolo, where you continue to Ribis to then reach Reana, where there is the headquarters of the Permanent Exhibition of papermaking and wickerwork, and immediately afterwards Remugnano, home of the civic center and Town Hall. From here we reach the hamlets of Valle, Vergnacco, Qualso and continue to Zompitta, where to the north, at the height of the Torrente Torre dam, we reconnect with the Passeggiata delle Rogge bicycle and pedestrian path. 

 Itineraries 1 and 2 together form a loop that allows you to cover the entire Rojale territory.
Ideal starting point is the Town Hall, from which Itinerary 3 also starts.

Itinerari nel Rojale
Duration: 1 hour
Length: 11 km
Difficulty: easy
To do: by bicycle
Scarica Mappa 1 e 2

The places to discover along the way

Churches and votive chapels, settlements, stone carvings and characteristic corners of Rojale can be discovered along this route, which, starting from Rizzolo in the south, leads us back to Zompitta, where it rejoins Itinerary 1.

All places

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