Experience genuine Ladin tradition on a walk through the Ladin viles and admire the ancient architectural style of a bygone era. The viles are groups of wooden or masonry houses and wooden barns that stand close together in the middle of a slope or on the edge of green terraces. They are compact nuclei exposed to the sun, built to protect each other and help with the agricultural products that everyone produces, whether milk, eggs or meat, but also with the various handicraft activities that everyone carries out, while preserving the little arable land available. Get involved in this rural life, but one that is so precious that it can still be told and experienced again here and there.
San Vigilio, St. Vigil in Enneberg
From the church, walk past Hotel Sanvì to the Ustì Vedl farmstead, where the trail descends to cross the stream and continues on its left side to the Da Porta farmstead and the hamlet Ties. Leaving Ties behind, walk through the woods and pastures to the abandoned hamlet Plan, where the trail turns left and continues uphill to the hamlet Laguscel. Just behind the Laguscel farmstead, turn right to walk to the hamlet of Vì. From Vì, walk past the Jachin farmstead to the hamlets Costa and Grones and on towards Frëina. A small trail runs through the meadows to the hamlets Seres and Miscì which are located just outside the Val di Murins valley with its fascinating lime kiln. From there, a the street runs back to Lungiarü. The starting point can also be reached by bus line 464 (La Val -Lungiarü), stopping right in the center of the village of Lungiarü.
How to get there
Take Bressanone North - Val Pusteria highway exit, continue via San Lorenzo, into Val Badia to San Martin de Tor. Pass the village and continue to Lungiarü.