Atemberaubende Bergtouren in den Brenta-Dolomiten, auf die Paganella und rund um den Molveno See. Die schroffen Gipfel der italienischen Dolomiten bilden eine faszinierende Felsenlandschaft, die dir unglaubliche Ausblicke bietet. Selbst im Herbst überzeugt dieses Wander- und Klettergebiet mit milden Temperaturen und vielen Sonnenstunden. Die Stadt Trento liegt nur einen Katzensprung entfernt und ist der ideale Ausgangspunkt für diese Touren, für die du Trittsicherheit und genügend Ausdauer mitbringen solltest. Teilweise führen die Routen über Klettersteige und Grate, von denen du unglaubliche Panoramen genießt.
At the mountain station of the Molveno-Pradel gondola, take the almost flat path no.340 (to the left) to the Rifugio Croz dell'Altissimo, with wonderful views of Lake Molveno, the vertical wall of the Croz dell'Altissimo and the Campanil Bas. After the Rifugio Croz dell'Altissimo, go to the Rifugio Selvata and continue towards Rifugio Pedrotti (path no.319). A long ascent under …
The Eagle Walk begins at the chair lift station on the Paganella peak, where you follow the signs. After 15 minutes you will reach a surprising, astonishing vertical world. You should be particularly careful on the first part of the path: the path leads along a steep rock wall, but a sturdy iron rope will help you run.You then …
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From Fai della Paganella, Santel district, near the valley station of the chairlift, take the forest path towards Rifugio Meriz: the path is often steeply uphill, through a beautiful forest. At Rifugio Meriz, continue on the right side of the ski slope, to the newly renovated Malga Fai and on to Rifugio Dosso Larici, where you leave the forest. You …
From the city center in Andalo we walk to the Rindole district, a few meters above the valley station of the Andalo - Doss Pelà gondola; In Rindole we follow the signs for path F11 (ex 604) and we walk quite steeply uphill to the middle station of the gondola (Dosson). Here continue on path ex 606 to the summit of Paganella and back on the same path.
With the lift system from Molveno you reach the hut La Montanara: here you go into the forest, steeply uphill. At the intersection you stay left and you will reach a very impressive vantage point. At the Conca dei Mandrini you continue in the direction of Passo dei Lasteri (2,281 meters) and here you turn left, heading south, before you go on the last difficult stretch to the summit. The way back is the same.
A jeep is best to drive you from the center of San Lorenzo in Banale to the Rifugio Cacciatore, where you then take the gravel road 325B: the path is quite steep towards Rifugio Agostini, past the Malga Prato di Sopra. After about an hour, just before the Rifugio Agostini, continue to the right (path 320, Palmieri basso) towards Forcolotta di Noghera (one hour).
By public transport you can reach the Rifugio Vallesinella (1,513 meters); there you cross the river and continue uphill to the Casinei hut at 1,850 meters (path no. 317). On the “Bogani” path, no. 318, you will reach the Rifugio Alberto e Maria dei Brentei (2,182 meters) and the Bocca di Brenta (2,552 meters). Way back: through the Valle dei Massodi to the Selvata hut (1,657 meters; path no. 319) and then on the “Senter del Tili” to Molveno.
Trekking shoes, backpack and go! First you take the Andalo - Cima Paganella lift directly to the top (2,125 meters). From Cima Paganella you walk on a forest road (path no. 605) to the pass S. Antonio (1,893 meters), then continue (path 602) to Cima Canfedin (2,034 meters). Over the S. Giacomo pass (1,963 meters), past the Malga di Covelo and on to the Bait del Germano hut. If you are lucky, you may come across marmots.
From Piazza Dolomiti (Tourist Office) you walk on the S.S. 421 towards Mezzolombardo. At the intersection of Via Crosare, turn into Via Priori. A few meters before the playground, path no. 301 to Malga Spora begins (on the left side of the road). At Maso Pegorar you cross the asphalt road and continue on a very steep mule track that leads to a bend in the road from Cavedago.
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