This stage is a bit more demanding than the previous one, both for the numerous ups and downs encountered, and for the few villages crossed where you can refuel or interrupt the journey.
However, the beauty of the landscapes and the panoramic views will gratify the walkers.
Senale is a place of pilgrimage but once also a transit point for wayfarers or pilgrims to Rome, along the Romea or Francigena ways, or towards the Mediterranean ports to get to Jerusalem. Along the way we come to Lauregno, a German-speaking village formed by many centuries-old mountain farms, whose central nucleus was formed around the ancient parish church with outside the typical Tyrolean cemetery with wrought iron crosses. In Corte Inferiore, the small church of S. Udalrico is worth a visit, rich in precious fifteenth-century frescoes by Giovanni and Battista Baschenis.