Comfortable shoes, a packed bag and a curious mind. Those are the core essentials to enjoy this landscape of extraordinary beauty. Once you reach the summit you will see everything in a new light – a sight that you’ll never forget!
Corno Bianco and Corno Nero
A panoramic loop that offers a view of the Lagorai chain and the lower Val di Fiemme, plus a glimpse of the Val di Cembra in the distance. The route allows you to ascend both peaks, but it is also possible to do just one of them.
The two peaks are close in proximity but have a completely different geological constitution: Corno Nero is made of porphyry and dark-coloured rocks of volcanic origin, while Corno Bianco is made of white dolomite rock. The chromatic contrast between the two mountains is outstanding.
Length: 12,6 km
Duration: 6 h
Recommended experience: Sunrise at Corno Bianco
Lenght: 5,4 km
Duration: 3 h
Recommended experience: Alpenglow on the Pale range at sunset.
Passo Rolle - Pale di San Martino
The hike to Monte Castellazzo is extremely rewarding both in terms of nature and physical challenge.
Upon reaching the summit, you are greeted by the statue of the Cristo Pensante (Thinking Christ), carved from a block of white Predazzo marble, providing an atmosphere of recollection and meditation. The view of the grandiose peaks of the Pale di San Martino and the entire Val di Fiemme is well worth the climb.
Along the way you’ll come across trenches, mule tracks, tunnels, barracks and other artefacts from World War I, and the crown of thorns on the head of Christ is made from barbed wire from the war itself.
Cornacci - Alpe di Pampeago
This hike will take you across pastures, lodges and paths amidst mountain pines to the south summit of the Cornacci or Cornon, dominated by the large cross that is also visible from the valley floor. A long ridge descends towards Tesero, offering a view that literally takes your breath away.
For more than three centuries, the Cornon peaks have guarded the unmistakable “shepherds’ writings” in red ochre, known locally as “ból”. The whole area is home to a rich variety of flora and fauna, with the possibility of meeting chamois and even spotting a golden eagle in the sky.
Lenght: 11,5 km
Duration: 5 h
Lenght: 5,2 km
Duration: 2 h
Monte Corno Nature Park, Trodena/Anterivo
Monte Corno mountain hut
The Monte Corno Nature Park marks the border of Val di Fiemme. The hike follows the forest road to the Monte Corno mountain hut, culminating in an impressive view of Val di Fiemme.
The view sweeps from the Pale di San Martino to Corno Bianco and Corno Nero, as far as Lake Caldaro (visible from one of the last hairpin bends on the forest road before reaching the mountain hut).
On the way back, we recommend a rejuvenating break on the Anterivo Kneipp course.
This route offers magnificent views of Cima Cece (the highest peak of the Lagorai chain) and the Val di Fassa Dolomites. It is an itinerary that allows you to fully savour the wilderness of the Lagorai and experience the variety of watercourses and alpine lakes it hosts.
As is often the case when walking in the Lagorai, after the Forcella Moregna, you can meet with the remains of entrenchments and communication trenches from World War I.
Lenght: 11,1 km
Duration: 6 h
Lenght: 6,8 Km
Via Ferrata to the Bombasel Lakes
CermiSkyline traverses wild and unexpected landscapes up to the summit of Castel di Bombasel. The route is also suitable for families, provided they are energetic and well equipped. Before taking on the Via Ferrata rope course, the trail includes a pleasant hike to the Bombasel lakes, a classic destination for Alpe Cermis enthusiasts.
Via Ferrata of the Campanili
A scenic and spectacular Via Ferrata that crosses the Latemar Towers. This excursion requires many hours, good physical condition and plenty of endurance. The effort is rewarded with the incredible views of Lake Carezza and the Catinaccio, which stand out among the great towers.
The Via Ferrata rope course is only a part of the route, with the full trail taking you on paths through pastures, gravel sections, and steps in the ground and rocks.
Lenght: 15,2 Km