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18 3 Passes Tour

Hiking trail · Giudicarie Centrali,Valle del Chiese
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Tappeiner Verlag
  • Über dem Val di Fumo und dem Bissina-Stausee erhebt sich massig der Carè Alto
    Über dem Val di Fumo und dem Bissina-Stausee erhebt sich massig der Carè Alto
    Photo: Tappeiner Verlag
m 2400 2200 2000 1800 1600 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 11.5 km
4:34 h
893 m
893 m
2,523 m
1,793 m
Romantic and barren - passes, lakes, magnificent views
The high-altitude hike over three passes leads past beautiful mountain lakes. mountain lakes. The descent from the Passo Ignaga back to the car park is marked throughout and is easy to walk. As with tour 17, you reach the pass over flowery meadows to the Passo di Campo (2296 m). The trail continues leads through different rocks with good views. This is the reason for the particularly lush floral splendour with Turk's cap, various types of gentian and anemones. A short, secured spot is damp, especially in early summer. Soon after, the meadows and boulder fields of the Lago d'Àvolo (2393 m), which invite you to rest and invite you to rest and linger. The rocky terrain to the Passo d'Àvolo (2556 m) is pleasantly negotiated on a war path. Nearby ruins of the First World War cling to the steep cliffs. An elaborately constructed path continues into the meadow plain of the of Passo Ignaga (also Passo di Casinelle, 2528 m), where there are also ruins. ruins. The view is overwhelming: Besides the central Adamello group, the Bernina dominates the horizon. Over rock-strewn meadows meadows and beautiful glacier crevasses. path descends. It is only shortly before the Baito Cassano d'Adda (not (not managed, 2000 m) you reach a larger path and the starting point. reached the starting point.

Up to Passo di Campo on path 242 in about 1 hour. Here turn right on an initially good war path (path 1), which becomes smaller and leads narrowly around a rocky ridge. Soon after, üover a slab (secured) and up the Lago d’Àvolo drainage (damp, secured). Continue to Lago d’Àvolo. Here turn right across meadows into the rocks. In several hairpin bends to the right into the Passo d’Àvolo, about 1 ¼ hour from Passo di Campo. From the pass, climb a short distance ück over stepped rocks to the west before crossing the here wide war path to the north. After about 10 min. of descent, it narrowly crosses a steep grassy slope to Passo Ignaga, about ½ h. Although the sign »Malga Bissina« in the pass points directly east, follow trail 1 for another 100 metres or so in the direction of Rifugio Città di Lissone. Only then do red and red-white markings guide you to the right into the glacier crevasses. Follow the well-marked trails in switchbacks downhill to the east. At first directly downhill,


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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