i goes right passing the base of the great wall of Ciadenac de Antermoa and then climbs up the detrital slope with steep zigzags up to the Antermoia Pass at 2,770 m. You go down the other side into the Valon de Antermoa, flat and melancholy stony ground, skirt the lake where according to ancient legends the witches of Fassa met and, after crossing the emissary, you reach the Antermoia Refuge (2,497 m).
Description of the stage: after leaving the Antermoia Refuge, head (trail sign no.580) towards the nearby Pas de Dona (2,516 m), then, first descending through gravels and then over grassy clods, you cut the head of the Val de Dona obliquely to the left , leaving the trail no. 580 which goes down to Mazzin through Val Udai, to join path n. 578. Pas de Ciaréjoles (2,272 m) can be reached in a few minutes. On a path of black volcanic rock you go down to the Ciamp de Grévena pasture and then, through a ridge covered with dense alders, to Ruf de Duron. Beyond the bridge, turn right onto the quiet and flat dirt road (signpost no. 532) which runs through the entire valley. You pass by the Lino Brach hut (refreshment point) and then reach the Micheluzzi Refuge, at 1,850 m. Descend towards Campitello in a pleasant environment of woods and extensive pastures on a dirt road marked by steep ramps. You can avoid the latter for a long stretch if you cross the Ruf de Duron downstream of the Micheluzzi Refuge and go up the other side for about twenty meters, then go left. Initially the path is flat, with tables and benches arranged along the path, then descends steeply into the dense coniferous forest and rejoins the aforementioned road in Pozates, where the Baita Fraines restaurant is located. From Campitello you return to Vigo di Fassa by bus.
Our guests will be able to build a tailor-made holiday package, consisting of one or more stages, with everything they need: accommodation, routes, transport, luggage transfer and on-site support.
Each Dolomiti Walking Hotel offers weekly excursions, a library complete with maps of paths and walks, nature guides and books on local culture, the rental of backpacks, water bottles and trekking poles and the possibility of taking advantage of transfers to airports and railway stations. at special rates. Guests can also count on welcoming hospitality and delicious cuisine to taste the delicacies of Ladin gastronomy.
Download the list in PDF format of the shelters open during the summer. The file contains the telephone numbers and the opening period of the refuges in Val di Fassa. See also: alpine / hiking refuges associated with the Val di Fassa Tourist Board.
In summer, the guests of our valley can count on a varied program of excursions with mountain guides, organized to satisfy everyone’s interests and needs.
Enjoy your holidays and forget the car! In Val di Fassa, throughout the summer, the soaring Dolomite peaks and the most beautiful panoramic trails are easily accessible thanks to our shuttle bus services, public transport and the buses of the “Dolomite Passes” (departure from Canazei for the passes : Sella, Gardena, Pordoi, Campolongo and Fedaia).
PanoramaPass is a card with free and unlimited (even multiple daily trips) access to the ski lifts open throughout the Val di Fassa during the summer.
In the section of the lifts site you will find the opening-closing times and ticket prices for the use of the lifts open in summer in the Val di Fassa resorts.
While the wood is reborn, respect the signs! In October 2018, Trentino was hit by severe weather which caused the temporary unavailability of some paths. We are now working on their restoration. Updated info and itineraries in Val di Fassa
The Dolomiti Panorama Trek is a 200 km long hiking route divided into 20 stages, which crosses the three territories of the Fassa, Fiemme and San Martino valleys. With this in mind, the Val di Fassa tourist offer focuses on offering guests 6 stops within the reach of every hiker. In them one winds among rocky massifs unique in their beauty: the Roda de Vael and the Catinaccio, the majestic peaks of the Sassolungo, the imposing bulk of the Sella, the Marmolada, Queen of the Dolomites, up to the offshoots of the Monzoni chain, true and its own geological and mineralogical paradise. Enchanted mountains that have inspired legends of kings, queens, gnomes and fairies.
Val di Fassa Tourist Guide is the free mobile app for tablets and smartphones that allows you to discover the valley in a “touch”. Available for iPhone and Android
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