Make the most of the fresh air in the morning to start walking. The trail takes you past rural settlements and fascinating woods rich with the scent of larch. You reach the Alpe Salèi mountain hut in about 2 hours. Here the beauty of nature is simply stunning. A few minutes more and you reach the Laghetto di Salèi alpine lake, a jealously guarded secret in this remote corner of the canton. If you fancy a bite to eat, a friendly couple at the mountain hut can supply you with some local fare. You then head for Vergeletto (about 3 hours on foot). You can, of course, take the cable car if you wish. There you can watch and learn about the time-old process of producing farina bóna at the old mill. This foodstuff was once a staple for people living in the Onsernone Valley; in 2008 it received the prestigious Slow Food Presidium award and so now regularly appears once again on our tables. Farina bóna also features on restaurant menus: you simply must try the ice cream and the gnocchi made from farina bóna. Absolutely fabulous! And if you want to learn more about the secrets of good milling directly from the miller you can always book a guided visit. You can also find out why a mouthwatering aroma of popcorn often lingers in the streets of Vergeletto. There are many different places to stay the night in the Onsernone Valley, though it is best to book well in advance and check the public transport timetables.