Distance 13.9 km
Across glacier crevasses and boulder terrain to the ruins on the Passo Serosine
Rugged forest, meadows and glacier crevasses lead to the
fantastic panoramic mountain. The descent over the Passo Serosine
is captivating because of its two faces: barren and lonely rock and rubble
and scree terrain in the granite and lush meadows in the limestone with cabbage florets,
edelweiss and alpine asters. The path leads through shady forest. In
near the Malghetta (1705 m) pastures open up. Gnarled
gnarled larches stand along the path to the ruined Malga Retorti (1959 m).
As you continue the ascent, the green meadows gradually recede,
Debris and glacial erosion dominate. Extensive boulder terrain
leads to Monte Bruffione (2664 m), also bouldery.
The Passo Dieciotto (2567 m) is reached further over bouldery terrain.
is reached. Without a distinct path you climb to Passo Serosine
(2428 m). Here there are extensive ruins from the First World War.
are preserved. Now a wide, elaborately built path leads to Gaver.
On the way, the rapid change of different rocks and the lush
and, in connection with this, the lush flowers. The descent
to Passo di Serosine is not easy to find in fog or bad weather.
easy to find in fog or bad weather.
From the bar, the marked road leads to the stream. Immediately afterwards, the CAI sign »401 DIR« points to the left. Attention! The well trodden tracks lead astray. Right at the beginning of the meadow, the ascent turns right up to the forest. There it is clearly visible and leads up in hairpin bends. After a traverse you reach the hut of Malghetta, up to here approx. ¾ hrs. Continue to the right in the larch forest up to the ruined Malga Retorti, approx. ¾ hrs. &Uml;ber the stream and über a Rücken on well-marked tracks up. Just below the rocks of the ridge you reach path 401, which you take to the left. Soon after, the path branches at a marked boulder. Go straight on over the rocks and leaves to reach the summit of Monte Bruffione in a few minutes. From Malga Retorti it takes 2 hours to walk back along the ridge to the fork at the boulder. Here, on indistinct but marked tracks, traverse 35 level to the north. Afterwards, the route descends more steeply in the scree to Passo
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language
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