A walk in the woods can be also become a good opportunity to gather mushrooms for a delicious and mouth-watering dinner later in the evening.
However, it is important to follow a few simple rules in order to avoid unpleasant surprises or even dangerous incidents:
Mushroom picking permits
The permit is personal and entitles holders to gather mushrooms in one of the three areas in which the territory has been divided: the Primiero valley (Municipalities of Fiera, Transacqua, Siror, Tonadico, Mezzano and Imer as well as the San Martino di Castrozza State Forest), the Vanoi valley (Municipality of Canal San Bovo) and Sagron Mis.
The permit can be valid for 1 day, 3 days, 1 week, 2 weeks or 1 month.
You can pay the fee due for mushroom picking at the post office using a postal payment slip made out to one of the municipalities, indicating as the purpose of payment "TASSA PER LA RACCOLTA FUNGHI" (Tax for mushroom picking) and adding your personal details and the picking period.
The receipt for payment represents a valid title to start picking mushrooms and must be presented in case of inspection.
POSTAL CURRENT ACCOUNT NUMBER for the MUNICIPALITIES involved
REDUCTIONS ON MUSHROOM PICKING PERMITS
For the persons referred to in Art. 16 of the Regulation implementing Title IV, Chapter II of Provincial Law No. 11 dated 23 May 2007, a 10% reduction is applied to the fee for each picking period.
The discounted rates are applied to those who submit a self-certification bearing the permit holders’ personal details and indicating the place and dates of stay. This self-certification must be attached to the permit so that both may be presented in case of inspection.
The discounted rates are as follows:
• 1 day from 12.00 € to 10.00 €
• 3 days from 20.00 € to 18.00 €
• 1 week from 30.00 € to 27.00 €
• 2 weeks from 40.00 € to 36.00 €
• 1 month from 60.00 € to 54.00 €
Regulation of the Autonomous Province of Trento No. 23/25/Leg. dated 26.10.2009, implementing Provincial Law No. 11/2007; Provincial Council Resolution No. 3287 dated 30.12.2009