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On the Alta Via dell'Adamello

Long distance hiking trail · Adamello-Presanella Alps
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  • Rifugio Citta di Lissone
    Rifugio Citta di Lissone
    Photo: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
m 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 50 40 30 20 10 km Malga Caldea Rifugio Tonolini Rifugio Citta di Lissone Rifugio Garibaldi Rifugio Gnutti Rifugio T. Secchi
Distance 56.4 km
25:00 h
4,630 m
4,705 m
2,811 m
1,482 m
Eight-day hike on the Adamello-Alta Via through the mountain group of the same name

The Adamello high path leads through the border area between Lombardy and Trentino. The rough, high alpine landscape is traversed on a total of eight daily stages. The path is well signposted, but should not be underestimated due to the predominantly rocky and blocky terrain. Occasionally exposed passages have to be overcome with and without safety. Surefootedness and a head for heights have top priority.

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Profile picture of Svenja Trachte Author Svenja Trachte 
“They take pictures of the mountain climbers at the top of the mountain. They don’t take pictures along the way cause who wants to remember the relentless climb, the pain and anguish of taking it to the next level – nobody takes pictures of that, nobody wants to remember. We just want to remember the view from the top, the breathtaking moment at the edge of the world. That’s what keeps us climbing and it’s worth the pain, that’s the crazy part. It’s worth anything.“ – Anonymous

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