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Seghe Valley

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  • Die hellen Felsabbrüche direkt oberhalb der Malga di Andalo
    Die hellen Felsabbrüche direkt oberhalb der Malga di Andalo
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Distance 12.8 km
5:13 h
1,152 m
1,146 m
1,677 m
828 m
From the south, the Val di Seghe reaches far into the Brenta, The valley is crossed by the Torrente Masso, on whose alluvial cone Molveno was able to develop. The torrent originally drove originally powered many saws, which also gave the valley its name. name to the valley. Most of the boards sawn here were 6 to 10 millimetres thick. boards with a thickness of 6 to 10 millimetres, which were called "Molvene". the northern part of Lake Garda. These sawmills were the main source of income for the inhabitants of Molveno, which has which, however, with the development of tourism, became a well-known resort as tourism developed. Thus wrote Douglas William Freshfield, one of the first climbers of the Cima Brenta, wrote in 1871 after visiting one of the then still meagre accommodation facilities in Molveno, that a bright future could be predicted for this place. could be predicted for this place if appropriate accommodation were built. After the hoped construction of the inns, including a grand hotel directly on the lake hotel directly on the lake, the town developed into one of the most important the second half of the last century, the village developed into one of the most important in Trentino.

From Molveno, take Via Lungolagho in a south-westerly direction to Segheria Molveno Taialacqua (832 m). This remains on the right and we continue to follow a wide path, marked 322, which now crosses to the right uphill into the forest. Now climb up to Croz dei Pegelotti (945 m). The climb turns right and continues, now steeply in places, uphill along the edge of the Val Seghe to reach the Rifugio Malga di Andalo (1356 m). From the hut, continue along the 332 – Sentiero Donini, initially steeply uphill and then in a long traverse parallel to the Val Seghe, past the Casinati site (1550 m), in a north-westerly direction. You now come to the vertical slopes of the Croz di Selvata, which you climb over a short, rope-secured section and then climb over hairpin bends to the Rifugio Selvata, 1663m. From the plain of Pian della Selvata, on which the hut stands, descend through the woods to the foot of the slope of Castello di Massodi alto, mark 340, across a stream and, keeping to the right at


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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