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3 Corno di Tres

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  • Noch im Spätherbst lohnt sich ein Anstieg auf den aussichtsreichen Gipfel des Corno di Tres
    Noch im Spätherbst lohnt sich ein Anstieg auf den aussichtsreichen Gipfel des Corno di Tres
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moderate
Distance 18.3 km
6:50 h
1,016 m
999 m
1,810 m
882 m
Through meadows and forests to the panorama hilltop
In the overview, the Nonsberg appears as a wide valley fan. The valley slopes rise gently from the apparent centre of the artificially dammed of the artificially dammed Lago di Santa Giustina in the east towards the Mendel ridge, in the west to the foothills of the Brenta. Interspersed in the surface the villages are distributed as if by chance and rise in the direction of the ridge to an altitude of over 1250 metres. Above the typical landscape of the Val di Non, which is characterised by light meadows meadows with stands of larch and birch trees. larches and birches. The vast meadows of Predaia are such an area, particularly particularly worth seeing in the early summer, when the landscape is in which the landscape is embellished in detail by the the landscape is virtually embellished in detail. In autumn, on the other hand the "burning" larches form the attractive colour scheme in the large picture. The Roman camp "Castrum Vervassium" was located just below in the area of Vervò. "Castrum Vervassium" in the area of Vervò, which again refers to the long can be referred to. We also recommend a visit to the church of San Martino church, which stands on a rocky outcrop far from the Pongaiola gorge. Pongaiola gorge.

From the eastern end of the village of Vervograve (886 m), trail no. 524 heads uphill towards La Setta, cutting across the hairpin bends of the road and reaching the bumpy track that leads to the Rifugio Predaia. However, do not climb to it, but turn left onto a path that leads to the Fenner Pass (1563 m) via Pra della Vacca (1451 m), marked 533. Here, follow trail no. 500 to the left, crossing the western slope of Corno di Tres. The trail reaches a newly built forest road, where you turn right and soon follow a narrow trail to the left and climb steeply to the highest point. Return to the new path to reach Malga Rodeza (1570 m). The trail now continues in a westerly direction and reaches the Rifugio Predaia (1396 m) as part of the Dolomite Mountain Trail no. 10. Continue downhill via the concrete access road to the fork known from the ascent and return to the starting point via the ascent trail.


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