Distance 26.8 km
Panchià in Val di Fiemme, 7 km from Cavalese and 34 from the Auer/Neumarkt toll station (A22).
The route stretches over several valleys that affect the north-eastern side of the Lagorai. It combines scenic and historical features in an environment that was deeply involved in the First World War and is one of the most attractive to undertake in Val di Fiemme and in the Trentino region.
From Ponte Panchià (944 m) on the Avisio, take the asphalt road to Cavelonte, which climbs steeply, and after a little more than half a kilometre turn left. On a good and compact surface, you climb metres in the mixed forest of larches and firs, while the Rio di Cavelonte flows by, crashing into a narrow rocky riverbed. After almost 4 kilometres, after passing a cross with a votive tablet (about 10%), you reach the large clearing of Cavelonte (1305 m), where there is a small church and the construction of a thermal site that was active until the 1800s. Afterwards, this was the site of a now abandoned summer colony.
Before continuing towards Val Sadole, it is advisable to make a short but challenging detour into the upper part of Val Cavelonte to discover one of the most suggestive huts of the Lagorai. Then turn right and go along the stream for just over a kilometre, with a remarkably steep slope (700 m at 15%) amidst a splendid forest of very tall fir trees adorned by the sun's
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