Safety information1) Prepare your itinerary
2) Choose a route suitable for your training.
3) Choose suitable equipment and gear.
4) Consult snow and weather bulletins.
5) Leave alone is more risky.
6) Leave information on your itinerary and approximate time of return.
7) Do not hesitate to rely on a professional.
8) Pay attention to the signs and markings on the route.
9) Do not hesitate to retrace your steps.
10) In case of an accident, raise the alarm by calling the short number 112.
As you can imagine, the practicability of routes in a mountain environment is closely linked to contingent conditions and therefore depends on natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this sheet may have changed. Before setting off, find out about the state of the route by contacting the manager of the mountain huts on your route, the mountain guides, the visitor centres of the nature parks and the tourist offices.
Tips and hintsThe path is mostly safe within the forest, except for a few points where it becomes more exposed: be careful where you walk.
Getting thereOnce in Rovereto, take the SP46 towards Noriglio and then the SP2 to Cisterna.