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Corvara - Cherz - Incisa

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Informationen zur Tour Corvara - Cherz - Incisa

Tour Hauptmerkmale

  • Duration
    3:00 h
  • Distance
  • Altitude
    690 m
  • Altitude
    690 m
  • Max. height
    2070 m
Corvara lies at an elevation of 1568 m at the foot of the Sas- songher, its local mountain. Like elsewhere in the Alta Badia, this village is characterised by the traditional culture (the spoken language is ladino) and by the beauty of the landscape.


The highlight of this tour certainly is the plateau of Pralongià, thanks to the spectacular panoramic view it offers, including the Sella, Marmolada and Fanes Group. this tour only requires little fitness preparation, but good weather conditions. And if riders greet the locals with “a s’udai”, they will certainly receive a smile in return. 

Itinerary description

Start in corvara ➊ 1560 m, ride for 2.2 km on the SS 244 road in the direction of Passo campolongo (heavily trafficked in the summer months), ride past the Hotel Planac ➋, and continue to the fork ➌; from here turn left to the valley station of the Pralongià lift ➍ 1700 m; keeping to the left of the golf course start climbing on the steep road n. 26 direction Passo campolongo, after about 2 km transition to the 26a and ride the short trail to the Albergo Boè, beneath Passo campolongo ➎ 1860 m. From here, ride up to the Rifugio cherz ➏ 2080 m on a light climb, and then navigate a section of rough terrain up to Rifugio la Vizza ➐ 1780 m. climb again, this time on a steep gradient, passing the Rifugio Incisa ➑ 1930 m and on to the namesake pass ➒; on forest road n. 24 descend to capanna nera, traversing on a short trail and still keep- ing on the n. 24, finally reaching the Hotel Arlara ➓. From here it is a quick descent to reach the starting point at corvara. 

Starting point

Corvara, 1560 m

Target point

Corvara, 1560 m


Corvara, 1560 m 

Public transportation


A) Motorway A22 Autostrada del Brennero, exit Bressanone-Brixen nord, Val Pusteria-Pustertal, Val Badia-Gadertal, corvara
B) Passo Gardena-Grödnerjoch, corvara 


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