Departure can be both from the small village of Forzo and the really near Molino di Forzo, going up to Tressi and from here following the path to the medium-size Forzo Valley. Starting from Tressi, after crossing a rocky outcrop where you can see a beautiful shrine placed in the rock, it continues in the Valley arriving at the bottom of a balcony, on which stands the village of Boschietto and its characteristic church recently restored. It's likely to sight hibex and camois. Passed Boschietto, you reach the village of Boschettiera; Although Boschietto is most popular, Boschettiera is also worth a visit. Less sun-exposed and more hidden, alternates ruined houses to faithful reconstruction. There you can find the ranger hut, a beautiful wood-burning oven, that dates back in the 1878 and recently restored, a fresco and two votive chapels. If desired, you can proceed with a route of medium difficulty until Davito bivouac and Grange Pian Lavina.
The route is very pleasant also in winter with snowshoes, with the terrain covered with snow.
N.B: the bivouac Davito (2,282 m above sea level, at the foot of the Tower Lavina, 4/6 places well maintained and always open), involves an additional journey time uphill of about almost 2 hours; less than 1 hour for the Grange Pian Lavina (waymark for both: 608).
Path is accessible for dogs from Molino di Forzo and Tressi to Boschietto and Boschettiera from the 15th July to the 31st of August.