Brenta Dolomites ItalyTosa Peak 3.159 m – trekking from hut to hut

Brenta Dolomites ItalyTosa Peak 3.159 m – trekking from hut to hut

PHOTO Difficult: alpine Duration: 3 days RTo

dates of hiking trip: see our calendar – upon request No. of participants: 3 Price: EUR 340,00

Meeting point: Rovereto train station – at 9.00 a.m. or in your Hotel at Lake Garda Italy

Description: Extremely scenic trip from hut to hut in the astounding surroundings of towers and eternal walls of the Dolomites which can be admired from the vicinity. Ascent of the highest top of this Dolomites mountain chain.

1st day – Departing from Rovereto with our mini-van, we are heading towards Madonna di Campiglio until we have reached the starting point of our trekking trip after ca. 90 min. by car. The ascent to the mountain lodge “Pedrotti alla Tosa” (2.490 m) takes about 4 hours of hiking time. Overnight stay.

2nd day – Ascent of Tosa peak – further on “Via ferrata Bocchette del Brenta” and passing Bocca d’Ambiez – descent to the moutain lodge “Rifugio XII Apostoli” (2.490 m) – ca. 8 hours – overnight stay.

3rd day – Ascent to Bocchetta dei Camosci – descent to Bentei lodge via Vedretta dei Camosci (crampons). Back to the starting point of our trip. Approximate hiking time: 6 hrs.

Back to Rovereto and/or your hotel at Lake Garda.

What to bring: backpack – water – sandwich – windcheater – solid trekking boots – hiking sticks – sleeping sheet.

Equipment for vie ferrate: harness, ferrata-set, helmet, crampons (can be rented from the mountain guide upon request).

Note: for the overnight stays incl. half-board (breakfast+dinner) in the lodge, one should calculate extra costs of appx. EUR 40,00 per day.

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