Monte Civillina in World War I

A place of strategic importance as a line of resistance and sorting station for artillery optical signals; equipped with gun emplacements, ammunition reserves, a powder magazine, shelters for artillerymen and infantrymen to defend the stronghold. The Sentinello path, which climbs up to the top of the mountain, allows the visit of numerous positions and shelters in caves, the result of a careful recovery. An Observatory has been set up on the summit overlooking the entire war front of the Alto Vicentino from Carega to Pasubio, Novegno, Altopiano di Asiago and Monte Grappa.

For more information on Mount Civillina in particular for historical mining activities, see mining on Mount Civillina