Starting out from the Padon Pass, the route links, one after the other, the Crepe Rosse (2223m.), the Sass de Roi (2372m.), the Cime di Agnereze (2352m.) and the highest point of the Migogn (2384m.). as the routes runs through vast expanses of grassland, featuring a sequence of ridges and saddles, you can admire here an d there the remains of old objects dating back to the First War.
Distance 13.3 km
Highest point2,374 m
Lowest point1,840 m
Passo Padon can be reached via path n. 699 from Passo Fedaia or with the comfortable Padon II chair lift. From here, the route begins on path 636 towards the Crepe Rosse and the homonymous pass at the altitude of 2137. It continues in a panoramic ups and downs between highland meadows up to Sas de Ròi and the Cime d'Agnereze. From here continuing up the trail you meet a lovely hut called "Tabiè del Lof" and from which you can take the path on the left and go down towards the Malga Laste or the Migogn Refuge. If you reach the top of the Mount Migogn you must remeber that the last stretch is exposed. Once you arrive at Malga Laste, you take the dirt road till to the Crepe Rosse Pass and the last strech is the same of the start of the excursion.
1) Choose an excursion appropriate for your personal trekking level
2) Prepare your itinery
3) Check the weather forecast
4) Make a checklist of things to bring
5) Bring sufficient food and water
6) Pay attention to the indication and signals
7) Ask for help and call the number 112
The praticability of the itineraries is striclty linked to the weather conditions and natural phenomena. Before living for an excursion, make sure the path you'll approach is accessible by contacting the ownwer of the mountain hut, the alpine guides and of the local tourist office.
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