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Pilgrimage between the Sanctuaries of Montagnaga and dell'Aiuto

Pilgrim trail · Altopiano di Pinè,Valle di Cembra
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An itinerary par excellence that connects two recognized outposts of faith: the Sanctuary of Montagnaga and the Sanctuary of the Madonna dell'Aiuto.
Distance 50.5 km
15:45 h
1,183 m
1,183 m
1,189 m
738 m

Path that crosses the Piné Plateau and the Municipality of Segonzano, offering the pilgrim numerous opportunities for prayer and beauty: from fractional churches to votive shrines there is no shortage of places for spiritual refreshment in a unique naturalistic context characterized by the blue of the lakes but also from the dark green of the dense pine forests and from meadows and pastures.

The itinerary develops on a mixed track alternating forest roads with comfortable asphalted paths with some stretches on the path. In the inhabited centers and along the perimeter of the lakes there are bars and restaurants where you can refresh yourself.

Author’s recommendation

The itinerary runs near the site of the famous Earth Pyramids of Segonzano.
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Update: March 11, 2022
Highest point
1,189 m
Lowest point
738 m
Best time of year

Track types

Asphalt 40.68%Dirt road 28.64%Path 7.23%Road 21.30%Unknown 2.12%
20.5 km
Dirt road
14.5 km
3.7 km
10.8 km
1.1 km
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Safety information

Degree of difficulty according to the common symbology: EE route (on forest roads and paths)

The practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is closely linked to the contingent conditions and therefore depends on natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this sheet may have changed. Before leaving, find out about the status of the route by contacting the hut manager about your route, the mountain guides, the visitor centers of the natural parks and the tourist offices. Furthermore:

  • Study and prepare your itinerary well
  • Choose a route that suits your physical condition
  • Bring suitable clothing and equipment
  • Consult the weather report
  • Going alone is risky, take your cell phone with you
  • Leave information about your itinerary and the approximate return time
  • If you are unsure, do not hesitate to rely on a professional
  • Pay attention to the directions and signs you find along the route
  • If you feel tired or have problems, don't hesitate to retrace your steps
  • In the event of an accident, call 112

Tips and hints

Piné Cembra Tourist Office - Tel. +39 0461 557028 - - ​​


Church of S. Anna - Montagnaga di Piné (891 m)
46.098762, 11.236169
46°05'55.5"N 11°14'10.2"E
32T 672841 5107451
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Church of S. Anna - Montagnaga di Piné

Turn-by-turn directions

Start from the center of Montagnaga and cross the village upwards towards the Sanctuary of the Redentore (at the crossroads take via Targa). Go down to the base of the hill of the Sanctuary, take via Puel and go through the countryside, always following the signs for Puel. At the beginning of the dirt road that appears near the wood, take the direction to Laghestel and go straight through the green until you reach the biotope of the same name. Go around the stretch of water and come out of the woods to reach Ferrari. The itinerary continues through the hamlet of Tressilla with its Belvedere and the old part of Baselga di Piné with the ancient parish church dedicated to S. Maria Assunta and continues along the left bank of Lake Serraia up to Bedollo following the Giro dei Plateau lakes.

From Bedollo starts the European path E5 that cuts the hump of Segonzano and leads up to the hamlet of Stedro. From there continue through the hamlet of Sabion along the slightly uphill countryside. When you reach Dos Venticcia, continue following the Via Crucis until you reach the Sanctuary of the Madonna dell'Aiuto.

From the sanctuary take the forest road that leads through the woods to Valcava passing through the locality of Valon and then descend to the town of Brusago.

The return will take place along the cycle and pedestrian path of the lakes and the right side of the Piazze and Serraia lakes. Once in Lido it is advisable to detour through the countryside where the typical small fruits of the place are grown in the greenhouses and pass through the town of Miola with a stop at the Church of San Rocco.

The return route will take place along the cycle / pedestrian path that from Ferrari plunges into the woods and ends the itinerary in Montagnaga di Piné.


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

From the Trento bus station, take line B403 towards Montesover (Trento - Pergine - Baselga di Pinè - Montesover) and get off at Montagnaga.

Getting there

From the A22 Brenner motorway (from the south exit Trento sud - from the north exit Trento north) and from the Brenner state road 12, continue on the S.S. 47 of the Valsugana for Pergine Valsugana - Padua up to the junction of the Mochena for the Altopiano di Piné, to then pass on the S.P. 83 by Piné. Once in Baselga di Piné, at the roundabout at the entrance to the town, turn right towards Montagnaga.


Numerous car parks are available near the Church of S. Anna in Montagnaga di Piné.


46.098762, 11.236169
46°05'55.5"N 11°14'10.2"E
32T 672841 5107451
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Tabacco – Altopiano di Piné, Valli di Cembra e dei Mocheni 1:25.000 - N° 062 Kompass – Valsugana, Trento, Piné, Levico, Lavarone 1:50.000 - N° 75

Kompass – Bolzano Vigneti e Dolomiti, Val di Cembra, Val di Fiemme 1:50.000 - N° 74


On the occasion of long and demanding treks, it is always better to be well equipped to avoid unpleasant surprises and to face unexpected events such as a sudden storm or a drop in energy.

In your backpack it is good to bring:

  • drinking bottle (1L)
  • snacks (for example, dried fruit or chocolate)
  • first aid kit
  • windproof jacket
  • a fleece shirt spare t-shirt and socks (possibly closed in a plastic bag)
  • wear or at least carry in your backpack a pair of long pants
  • bonnet
  • sunscreen
  • Sun glasses
  • gloves
  • whistle to be tracked in an emergency
  • emergency telephone number Alpine Rescue 112

Also wear footwear suitable for the route and the season. The walking surface of the paths can be irregular or bumpy and a pair of boots will protect you from distortions.

Finally ... don't forget your camera! It will be used to capture the excursion and the countless breathtaking views.

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50.5 km
15:45 h
1,183 m
1,183 m
Highest point
1,189 m
Lowest point
738 m
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