Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Meeting at Sesto, briefing, material control.
Ride by car to Auronzo Refuge (2,320 m.), from there we walk towards the Forcella di Lavaredo (2,454 m.). By secured sails we climb on the Forcella del Camoscio and then climb on the top of Monte Paterno (2,744 m.). There is a spectacular view of the famous Tre Cime. The descent brings us back to the Forcella del Camoscio and via Forcella di Lavaredo (via ferrata) we arrive at Pian di Cengia Refuge (2,528 m.), where we sleep. If we can reach the shelter in time, we can also climb on Croda Fiscalina (2,677 m.).
From Pian di Cengia Refuge we reach the Via Ferrata to Fiscalino pass in 10 minutes: it takes about 40 minutes to make it. After that, we walk to the access of the new Severino Casara via ferrata. On narrow but assured roads, difficult but short passes and crossing two spectacular Tibetan bridges, we ride around the Cima Dodici. In the late afternoon we reach our second accommodation at the Carducci Refuge (2,297 m.).
In the morning we go to the access road of the Strada degli Alpini, passing the Forcella Giralba (2,328 m.). This route was traced by the alpine Italians in the First World War, as well as that of Monte Paterno, and later it was transformed into a ferrata. We walk through many steep walls and pass through some icy trails to the Forcella Undici (2,726 m.). From there we go down to Val Fiscalina.
You should be in Sesto the day before to prepare for the trip.
IFMGA/UIAGM Guide from Sesto, Italy
For almost 150 years mountain guides from Sesto/Sexten have been taking enthusiastic people on the mountains. Their long-time tradition has seen famous alpinists and legendary first ascents.
We, the new generation of the Alpinschule Sexten – Drei Zinnen, also turned our big passion into our job. The fascination of the mountains urges us all year round onto the local Dolomites and around the globe. With our professional support your time spent on the mountains doubtlessly turns into an unforgettable experience.
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