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Val Venegia – Segantini

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  • With the bike through wonderful places.
    With the bike through wonderful places.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 22.2 km
3:10 h
699 m
698 m
2,181 m
1,530 m
On good road up to the hut.
The Venegia valley lies in the northern part of the Paneveggio-Pale di S.Martino Natural Park, in the middle of 6700 acres of pine forest. On a nice day the surrounding 3k peaks with their permanent glaciers appear incredibly close.

Riding the forest roads to the Baita Segantini is an easy enough undertaking, even more a reason to relax and enjoy the spectacular views on the Pale di San Martino to the south; a sacred place to rock climbers from around the world. even on the steep faces above the Baita Segantini many climbers can be seen. For mountain bikers the best thing to do is to sit back, watch, and be grateful we that it isn’t necessary to go and ride up there ... Itinerary description MtB route n. 234 (sign-posted). Depart from the “Paneveggio Visitor centre“ ➊ 1540 m. Ride in the direction of Val Venegia to the crossing with the road to Passo Rolle and Passo Valles ➋. Keep to the right and ride up the road to Passo Rolle for about 500 m to arrive at the fork ➌; turn left onto the forest road, and continue to the crossing ➍ staying straight on the forest path to another fork ➎, continue to the left until the crossing of the Malga Venegia ➏ 1770 m. now stay straight toward the Malga Venegiota ➐ 1840 m

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