Go straight on until you reach an unused trachyte quarry, which marks deeply on this side of the hill.
We recommend not to drift away from the trail, which starts now going upward with rocky stairs; the slope ends next to the superior edge of the quarry, that is limited with security support; you’ll find the entrance of a gallery (about 10-meters-long), next to a big sessile oak: access here is forbidden.
The main trail continues on a forest path that, crossing a chestnut wood ,leads towards the hilltop
(174 meters). The glade on the top represents a panoramic point that allows visitors to take a glance at the north-east side of the Euganean Hills: the Abbazia di Praglia is prominent , while the backdrop is a fascinating landscape with the series of Mounts Lonzina, Boscalbò, Ortone and, behind them, the higher Mounts Venda, Rua, Baiamonte and Pirio.