The slopes above the town of Roncegno are amongst the most beautiful of the entire Valsugana, with dozens of farmsteads and mountain lodges dotting the land between the pastures and chestnut forests.
This is a very popular itinerary and takes you, without too much difficulty, to a truly rewarding and panoramic summit.
On your return trip you can always stop at the “Serot” mountain hut or the “Le Pozze” bar and restaurant, both of which offer fine food.
The route is not completely free from avalanche risk so current local conditions must be checked before departure. It’s better to avoid the upper reaches of the itinerary (above 1,800 metres) in the case of fog or low cloud cover as it presents very few reference points and orientation may become a problem.
Remember, snowpack stability is subject to sudden and unforeseeable changes and shifts. Always check the local avalanche bulletin (www.meteotrentino.it or any other service that suits your needs) before departure and make sure you gather all possible information concerning current conditions from the local Mountain Guides (www.mountime.it). GPS tracks are merely indicative of the more standard routes but must not be followed blindly without first checking current slope and terrain conditions.
Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.
For all snowshoe treks, suitable apparel is strongly recommended. Temperatures can dip quickly and so garments should be warm and also be suitable for snowy conditions (such as waterproof Gore-Tex jackets). Furthermore, every group member should pack gloves, a cap, sun glasses and sun cream.
It’s also important to bear in mind that tight-fitting or insufficiently waterproof footwear can lead to frostbite.
We also strongly recommend that all members of the group pack an avalanche rescue kit consisting of avalanche transceiver, probe and shovel (this is also available for rent).
Ski poles can also come in quite useful and are therefore recommended.
In the case of icy snow, it is recommended adding a pair of crampons to your gear.