Caino River Ethnographic path
Along the river Caino in the Cimego municipality a thematic route, the Caino River Ethnographic Path, winds. It has been dedicated to the past human activities, especially those related to water, and to other historical peculiarities of Chiese Valley. Along the path you can visit the Cimego municipality forge, built in the 18th century, where during the summer some local residents show examples of metal manufacturing; the blacksmith's house and a mill that still works for demonstrative aims. There are also a lime kiln and a reconstructed charcoal kiln, which reminds the charcoal burner craft, once widespread in Chiese Valley and especially in Bondone municipality, whose inhabitants in some periods of the year used to leave the village to reside in the woods, close to the charcoal kilns. The tools of the stonecutter and of the woodman can also be seen. Along the path two vegetable gardens have been created. The first one is a grain vegetable garden in which typical grains used in the mill are grown and the other garden is the “Bridget Witch vegetable garden”, dedicated to officinal herbs. The First World War is also reminded, through a reconstructed military house and some trenches.