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Stage 4A Dolomiti Trek King - At the feet of the Sassolungo Massif

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Stage 4A from Sandro Pertini Refuge to Antermoia Refuge. 6-day self guided hiking tour at high altitude, from refuge to refuge. Discover the Dolomites in Val di Fassa by walking on its most beautiful peaks!
moderate
Distance 12.3 km
5:20 h
740 m
494 m
2,530 m
1,956 m
From the Sandro Pertini Refuge walk along path no. 557-4, also known as "Friedrich August Weg". The trail follows an easy, relatively even path at the feet of the Grohmann and Innerkofler peaks, the Dente del Sassolungo and the Sasso Piatto, then it leads onto the wide grassy saddle of the "Giogo di Fassa", with the Sasso Piatto Refuge. From here, the trail (no. 594-4) continues along the Siusi crest, then down the slope of the Val Duron to the namesake pass. Some saddles along the way give the chance to enjoy superb views on the opposite slope too, towards the Alpe di Siusi and the Odle. From the Duron Pass, the trail no. 532 descends into the Val Duron and then turns right on path no. 555, which leads to the "Ciaréjoles" Pass. Short after the pass, the path joins trail no. 580, which ascends to the right along steep curves towards the Dona Pass and flanks the southern slope of the "Cima di Dona" to reach the Antermoia Refuge.

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6-day self guided hiking tour at high altitude, from refuge to refuge. Stage 4A: At the feet of the Sassolungo Massif. From Sandro Pertini Refuge to Antermoia.
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Update: January 14, 2022
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
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Landscape
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Highest point
2,530 m
Lowest point
1,956 m
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Safety information

For your hikes in mountain always choose itineraries in accordance with your technical and physical abilities. Consult maps of the area to visit and check the best way to follow. If you walk in group including slower hikers, always calculate longer average times to cover the distances.

Preferably do not hike alone in mountain. Otherwise tell someone the itinerary that you are going to follow and let him know when you are back.

Check the weather forecast and, while hiking, constantly pay attention to the evolution of the weather.

If you do not feel safe, give up. In mountain, sometimes, it is better to surrender than to face the dangers deriving from bad weather conditions or from difficulties superior to one’s limits. In advance look for alternative itineraries to get back.

Bring rubbish back with you. Respect the flora and fauna. Remain on the marked tracks, avoiding to follow shortest ways, in order to avoid causing damages to vegetation and the territory. Respect local cultures andtraditions, always bearing in mind that you are a guest.

Tips and hints

The holiday package (7 nights stay) includes:
  • 6 self guided hiking tours;
  • 2 overnight stays in Dolomiti Walking Hotel (first and last night) with half board treatment;
  • 5 overnight stays in refuge during the hiking tours with half board treatment;
  • 1 cotton sheet sleeping bag;
  • PanoramaPass (3 days in 6), valid for the mountain lifts.

Azienda per il Turismo della Val di Fassa

Strèda Roma, 36

38032 Canazei (TN)

Phone +39 0462 609500

info@fassa.com

www.fassa.com/en/Dolomiti-Panorama-Trek

Start

Sandro Pertini Refuge (2,275 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.501998, 11.724796
DMS
46°30'07.2"N 11°43'29.3"E
UTM
32T 709067 5153432
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Destination

Antermoia Refuge

Turn-by-turn directions

The tour counts 6 stages on well-indicated CAI-SAT paths. From any point, it is possible to descend to the valley and, thanks to the shuttle service, the mountain lifts or the public means, easily get back to the departure.

From the Sandro Pertini Refuge walk along path no. 557-4, also known as "Friedrich August Weg", also known as "Friedrich August Weg" after the King of Saxony, a keen botanist.

Shortly after the "Ciaréjoles Pass", the path joins trail no. 580, which ascends to the right in steep curves towards the Dona Pass (2,516 m) and flanks the southern slope of the "Cima di Dona" to reach finally the Antermoia Refuge (2,497 m), where the overnight is planned. This is the heart of the Val di Fassa Dolomites, dominated by the magnificent view of the eastern wall of the Catinaccio d’Antermoia.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Regular bus service operated by the bus company Trentino Trasporti in Val di Fassa:
  • bus line no. 101 Canazei - Cavalese - Trento
  • bus line no. 104 Cavalese - Ora - Trento
  • bus line no. 123 Moena - Passo San Pellegrino - Falcade

Regular bus service operated by the bus company SAD in Val di Fassa:

  • bus line no. 180 Pozza di Fassa - Vigo di Fassa - Passo Carezza - Bolzano
  • bus line no. 471 Dolomites Passes (Sella Pass, Gardena Pass, Campolongo Pass, Pordoi Pass, Fedaia Pass). Only in summer

Getting there

Main access points to Val di Fassa, coming from the A22 Brennero motorway:
  • Ora/Egna exit, S.S. 48 delle Dolomiti - Passo San Lugano - Val di Fiemme - Val di Fassa (distance 45 km). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards;
  • Bolzano Nord exit, S.S. 241 Grande Strada delle Dolomiti - Passo Carezza - Val di Fassa (distance 40 km). From Vigo, follow the direction of Canazei upwards or the direction of Soraga and Moena downwards.

Other access routes to Val di Fassa:

  • from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo and the S.P. 346 to Passo San Pellegrino - Moena (Val di Fassa). At the roundabout in Moena, follow the direction of Canazei upwards;
  • from the A27 (Venezia motorway), Belluno/Ponte nelle Alpi exit, then take the S.S. 203 to Agordo/Alleghe/Rocca Pietore first and the S.P. 641 to Passo Fedaia - Canazei;
  • coming from Arabba, take the S.S. 48 Passo Pordoi - Canazei;
  • coming from Val Gardena, take the S.S. 242 Passo Sella - Canazei.

Parking

Parking: www.fassa.com/EN/How-to-get-here

Coordinates

DD
46.501998, 11.724796
DMS
46°30'07.2"N 11°43'29.3"E
UTM
32T 709067 5153432
w3w 
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Equipment

Wear adequate clothing, footwear and equipment suitable for the length and grade of difficulty of trail to be taken. Always try to be self-sufficient and carry with you the necessary to face possible emergency situations and a first aid kit.

Basic Equipment for Mountain Hikes

  • Sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots or approach shoes
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Hiking socks  
  • Rucksack (with rain cover)
  • Protection against sun, rain and wind (hat, sunscreen, water- and windproof jacket and suitable legwear)
  • Sunglasses
  • Hiking poles
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID

Technical Equipment for Mountain Hikes

  • Climbing helmet as required
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
12.3 km
Duration
5:20 h
Ascent
740 m
Descent
494 m
Highest point
2,530 m
Lowest point
1,956 m
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