Trekking durch die stillen Wälder und wertvollen Reserven des Alta Val di Cembra und des Monte Corno Parks. Tauchen Sie ein in eine noch intakte Umgebung, die es zu entdecken gilt.
Distance 12.1 km
Highest point1,744 m
Lowest point1,421 m
The path that we propose will lead you to the presence of something special, unusual. You will not encounter rock towers or untouched peaks, but something smaller and perhaps less flashy, but equally precious. You will always be surrounded by the forests that separate the Adige valley from the Val di Cembra, an area straddling two worlds already in Roman times, and you will meet witnesses of the past and present of this mountain. First of all: peat bogs, ancient lakes of glacial origin where peat has progressively reduced the surface of the water, creating an incredibly favorable environment for biodiversity. In addition, rocks, mills and border stones that narrate forgotten events. At the end of the day, you will find the heat of the refuge or the malga: a plate of hot soup and a glass of wine will help to cheerfully remember what happened today and to dream of tomorrow's stage.
The trek is part of a larger circuit of 3 days in duration (see stages 1 and 3).
Itinerary designed and implemented by Sviluppo Turistico Grumes in collaboration with the Network of Reserves Valle di Cembra - Avisio, the Natural Park of Monte Corno, the subjects of tourism promotion and numerous private operators.
The peat bogs that we meet along the way date back to about 12,000 years ago, when the basins dug during the last glaciation turned into ponds that began to swamp and tarnish to create these environments. Peat bogs are very important and protected environments both for their rarity at the Alpine level and for their richness in biodiversity.
Rete di Riserve Valle di Cembra - Avisio e Sviluppo Turistico Grumes
Update: April 06, 2022
Best time of year
THE 10 RULES FOR HIKERS
Prepare your itinerary beforehand
Choose an itinerary that suits your physical abilities
Choose suitable clothes and equipment
Check the weather forecast
Hiking by yourself is more risky; if this is the case, take a mobile phone with you
Leave information about your itinerary and your expected return time
If you are not sure about your itinerary, contact an Alpine Guide
Pay attention to signposts and directions that you find along your way
Do not hesitate in going back if you feel too tired
From the refuge go up to the Potzmauer pass and follow the signs for the Lac del Vedes (m 1496). The path runs along the reserve and then reaches, on a dirt road, the huts and the crossroads of Valdonega. Follow the cemented road uphill towards Doss da l'ors. At the junction, turning left, in two minutes you reach a panoramic point with a hut. Continuing on the same road, in a fir forest, you reach another junction where you continue to the right. After a short stretch, at the junction the path on the right will take you back to the main road, reaching in a few minutes a basin (Monte dell'Orso). Follow the indication Cauria until, on wooden signs, you will find the signs for the Lago Bianco reachable in an hour. It is also possible from Valdonega to deviate towards the Paluda La Lot following the "Path of the borders" towards Cauria. Continuing towards Cauria, we reconnect to our path. At Lago Bianco take the forest road on the left and walk along the swamp. Then continue slightly uphill, following the trail sign that indicates the Black Lake. In a short time there is a semicircle that leads to the Black Lake and from here you continue towards the Malga del Corno which can be reached in half an hour of descent.
all notes on protected areas
All information on the website of SAD (transport Province of Bolzano): https://www.sad.it/it and Trentino Trasporti (transport Province of Trento): https://www.trentinotrasporti.it/
32T 673610 5122607
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike
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