The Rifugio Passo Pertica is at 1,530 metres above sea level in the Carega Group, where the roads running up from Trentino and the Veneto meet. It was built by the Cappelletti family in 1964 by the side of the military road that runs up from the Rifugio Revolto and continues towards the Rifugio Pompeo Scalorbi. People come up here to enjoy the unspoilt environment of the Campobrun nature reserve and to explore the Carega Group - in winter, too, when the refuge is open on weekends. Open Every day from 15 June to 20 September and from 24 December to 6 January On weekends during the rest of year Before leaving for your hike, always contact the manager to verify the actual opening of the mountain hut Walks The walk from Rifugio Passo Pertica to Rifugio Pompeo Scalorbi on the military road takes less than an hour (difficulty T). On the way, after the second hairpin bend, you can turn off the road to walk up to the Rifugio Mario Fraccaroli - Cima Carega in 2 ½ hours (difficulty E). It’s also possible to get to the Rifugio Mario Fraccaroli by the Pojesi via ferrata via the Cengia di Pertica (3 ½ hours, difficulty EEA).
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