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The Vajolet Valley
During this excursion, you will reach the foothills of the majestic southern Vajolet Peaks. You will stay mesmerised by cherishing the mountain walls shaped by the power of the nature. Leaving from the famous Ciampediè, from which you may start several interesting routes, we will cross the Vajolet Valley, reaching then the Principe Pass. Everybody can face this kind of itinerary, although it is a medium-long trip, due to its well-made paths. The altitude difference ranges from 700 m uphill and downhill.
Roda di Vaèl Refuge
In this route, you may enjoy the imposing peaks of the Catinaccio Group. We will go through the Alta Via of the Fassa Valley leaving from Ciampediè making a trip around the Vajolon Valley. This itinerary can be easily done in half day with 360 m altitude difference.
You have to include in the list of your excursions the trips on the Catinaccio Group and the climb on its highest peak on 3004 m. This itinerary is recommended to expert hikers and provides also a short climbing. This trip takes a whole day with 1110 m altitude difference. If you want to enjoy this itinerary calmly, You may stay one night at Antermoia Refuge, which rises on the foothills of the most majestic peak.
Roda di Vaèl
You may follow the itinerary that will let you around the Roda di Vaèl leaving from Paolina Refuge in good physical conditions in approximately half day with 535 m altitude difference.
From Col Rodella, after reaching the Sella Pass, you may make this trip surrounding the magnificent Langkofel. This long itinerary has 320 m uphill and 820 m downhill altitude difference and suits everyone thanks to its safe ground.
Even this trip starts from Col Rodella. Once you reach the Langkofel Saddle, you may make the trip around the Plattkofel. This itinerary takes long too and suits sure-footed hikers.
Viel del Pan
This path is suitable for everyone, both children and adults. You may leave from several starting points to reach the Fedaia Pass, enjoying spectacular views of the Marmolada. This itinerary takes half day with 170 uphill and 510 m downhill altitude difference.
This route offers unbelievable scenarios from beginning to end. We will leave from Sass Pordoi, where we will enjoy the Dolomites majesty. We will continue up to Piz Boè with a panoramic view. This itinerary is suitable for sure-footed hikers who are already familiar with the rocky surface.
The imposing Latemar Group, where the Torre di Pisa Refuge rises, is located on the East side of the Fassa Valley. We will go through Valsorda, after leaving from Forno, a neighbourhood of Moena, up to Cima Cavignon at 2671 m and its hut from which we will cherish the Pala Group and the Fiemme Dolomites. Although it is not a particularly hard trip, it is suitable for strong hikers due to its length.
Fuciade and Forca Rossa Pass
A path on dirt and well-made roads starting from the San Pellegrino Pass will let you up to Fuciade Refuge, from which you will enjoy the Nothern side of the Pala Group and the Marmolada. Following, we will reach the Forca Rossa Pass that creates colour suggestions due to its red rocks. This itinerary takes one day and has 580 m uphill and downhill altitude difference.
Alta Via Mariotta
Leaving from the San Pellegrino Pass cable car, that will let you up to Col Margherita, you will start the Alta Via Mariotta, where you will still find the traces of the First World War. Following, we will continue towards Iuribrutto Peak and then hike down into dell’Orso Pass. In the end, we will go back to our starting point. This all-day excursion has 700 m altitude difference and is suitable for medium-trained hikers.
The Fassa Valley offers a large amount of trips. I will help you find out the itineraries that suit you and your training level most.