Programme: in all the major villages and in every town in the old Tyrol, there was once a place where men, who were skilled in the use of firearms, practiced shooting. In Val di Fassa, the shooting station of the "Scìzeres" (the registered riflemen from Campitello, Mazzin and Canazei) was called "Stònt": a wooden or brick structure located on the edge of the residential area and equipped with a wide opening from which it was possible to see the targets, placed at various distances. The imperial-royal municipal marksmen’s lodge is the unique evidence of centuries history in the valley that still remains today: established in 1905 remained operational until the Great War broke out. Meeting point by the Marksmen’s Lodge in Campitello, in the street "Strèda de Pènt de Sera".
Meeting point: by the building (in Strèda de Pènt de Sera street).
Timetables: every Thursday at 5.00 p.m. (duration about 30 mins).
Activity with limited number of participants, maximum 5 people per group. Mandatory phone reservation at the Ladin Museum by the previous day at 6.30 p.m. Phone +39 0462 760182. Without the minimum number of participants, the guided visit will be cancelled. In case of cancellation, the participants will be called within 7.00 p.m. on the previous day.
Price: free for Val di Fassa Guest Card holders.
N.b. Times and participation modalities to the guided visits could undergo any changes in order to guarantee and preserve the health of the participants, according to the indications of the Ministry of Health, to contain and manage the pandemic.