Distance 10.2 km
On a narrow path high above the Val di Genova
The Sentiero Migotti, which is not entirely easy, is secured in places and is often also
narrow Sentiero Migotti leads through breathtakingly steep terrain.
steep terrain. Time and again it offers beautiful views of the rock and ice giants of the Adriatic.
rock and ice giants of the Adamello group. The path is
secured with reliable wire ropes. For experienced mountaineers
equipment is not required for experienced climbers, but inexperienced climbers should
secure themselves. In the Val Zigola, the ruins of a completely destroyed alpine pasture are
is visible. Apart from these ruins, no remains can be seen in the once
terrain that was once fiercely contested. In early summer the tour is
very rich in flowers: several species of lilies, alpine asters, orchids and
orchids and edelweiss, which are rare in the Adamello group. The
descent leads through primeval forest-like bushes and across abandoned alpine
alpine pastures in complete solitude. The crossing of the Rio
Cercen is somewhat demanding, as the torrent, which is raging in the afternoon
the afternoon torrent must be crossed above slippery slabs without any safety devices. A
A large boulder offers help here.
Take the road for about 20 minutes to the Rifugio Adamello Collini al Bedole. Here, take the steeper path 212 uphill in hairpin bends. After about 2 hours you reach a crossroads at a small steep gully (2300 m, belays, bench). Here you follow trail 220, which branches off to the right and quickly becomes narrow. The trail traverses eastwards, almost level, high above the Val Genova. On the Ronchina ridge you have to cope with the first insurances. About 1 hour after the fork, a marked trail leads to the right into the valley floor of the Val Genova. Caution! This path is in bad condition and not recommended. Continue to Busazzagrat (insurances) and via this into the meadowlands of the upper Val di Cercen in 1 hour to a block (2275 m) that is noticeable from afar. From here, take path 227 üg across the meadow and turn left (watch out for markings). Always well marked, descend over scree and continue straight on over scree until a red and white arrow points to the right into alder woods.
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language
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