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From Corvara to Colfosco

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  • Spazierweg von Pescosta bei Corvara nach Kolfuschg, darüber der Sellastock
    Spazierweg von Pescosta bei Corvara nach Kolfuschg, darüber der Sellastock
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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easy
Distance 4.5 km
1:21 h
127 m
127 m
1,643 m
1,519 m
The picturesque villages of the Val Badia
Round hike under Sella and Sassongher

From the lower part of Corvara (1516 m, fork in the pass roads, car park), take the Sassongher road (pavements on both sides) through the settlement of Pescosta, climbing gently up to the last huts (1600 m);usern (1600 m), on the wide, largely flat footpath running westwards through the sunny slopes to Colfosco (1645 m), there turn off the main road to the south onto the Sotdli road;Then take the Sotdlijia road on the south side, branching off between the houses down to the lower edge of the village, continue on the wide meadow path to the valley stream and to the nearby fork in the road (detour to the right to the Pisciadùfällen) and left on a beautiful hiking trail (signposted »Corvara«) through woods and meadows and past the mentioned pond, slightly descending back to the starting point.


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