Explore the beautiful Adamello, Italy on this fantastic 6-day hike to all the best spots with Renzo, an IFMGA certified mountain guide.
Join me on a spectacular trip along the most beautiful trekking route in the Alps. The Adamello high route in Italy is filled with forests, pastures, high peaks, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls. Discover its amazing flora and fauna on this 6-day trip.
This challenging and pleasant hike will take us through the most stunning landscapes of the region. We’ll travel a route that goes from south to north beginning at Passo di Croce Domini. On the way, we’ll visit some incredible places, including Lake of Vacca, Bocchetta Brescia (at 2,719m), Lake Arno, Miller Valley, Venerocolo Lake and many other breathtaking spots. You can check the itinerary below for more information. I can also adapt the program for a shorter trip or add more climbing options.
This trip requires participants to be able to physically enjoy 6 full days of activity, ascending and descending through this incredible valley.
If you are ready to explore the beautiful Italian Alps, then send me a message. I would love to guide you through this magical place.
First, we’ll begin at Passo di Croce Domini. We’ll go through Passo del Blumone, Crests of the Monoccola, climb the Bocchetta Brescia, and others.
Then, we will spend the night at Dernal Pass Refuge (at 2,574 meters).
We’ll climb to the summit of King of Catello (at 2,889 meters), located between Lombardy and Trentino Alto Adige. Then, we’ll continue through Lake Arno, Passo di Campo and Lake Avolo.
Night at Città di Lissone Refuge (at 2,020 meters).
We’ll hike in the Adamè Valley and climb Poia Pass (2,770m).
Night at Paolo Prudenzini Refuge.
We’ll hike through the Miller Pass (2,818m), Passo del Gatto and Lake Baitone.
Night at Franco Tonolini Refuge.
We’ll go through the Premessone Pass towards Val d’Avio, Lago del Pantano, Passo del Lunedì and Venerocolo Lake.
Night at Giuseppe Garibaldi Refuge.
First, we will descend to the lakes of Avvio and Benedetto. Then, we’ll ascend Passo di Gole Larghe (2,803m), Passo di Gallinera in Val Rabbia and finish in Malga Stain Refuge (1,832m).
I am Guide for over 20 years. I was born and raised in the mountains. I love all the activities from freeride skiing to ski mountaineering, climbing on ice and rock, mountains are a place that continue to give me great emotions that I like to share with the people I accompany. I love contact with nature
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Group of 1
|EUR 1238 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 825 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 619 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 516 each|
Group of 5
|EUR 413 each|
Group of 6
|EUR 361 each|
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Our guide Renzo went above and beyond! He adapted perfectly to our level of experince and fitness, took us on an amazing scramble around thr mountains, and even took lots of photos and made coffee for us!
Renzo is a considerate, skilful guide and a good companion. Highly recommended. Under the conditions we climbed in (i.e. warm and cloudy) the route is less highly rated. The track through the \"Eck\" was much more demanding than Goedecke suggests in his book \"4000er\" and I would only attempt it again earlier in the year. Renzo took loads of photos so that was good. Grazie Mille!
Guide is very safety kind. but we very tired so can\'t Refugio. very enjoyed Piz Bernina vadnet Pers Thank you nice guiding !
The tour to the Pisgana glacier was great, even though the snow conditions were icy & challenging. We’d definitely recommend Renzo, the guide, and the Explore Share website. The costs were v.competitive and an incentive to book. The only drawback was the website made it difficult to swop some details like email addresses (e.g. for sending photos). Anyway, we intend using the service & guide again next time we’re in Passo Tonale!
Great guide with great knowledge of the area. Freeride in Passo Tonale is not really good for snowboarders as the \"way out\" fro many runs are long and flat
Patrick & Michael
We booked the \"Freeride skiing day trips in Passo Tonale, Adamello Range\" through Explore-Share.com The booking procedure was very easy and our mountain guide Renzo took us on 2 perfect freeriding days, finding untouched powder even after 1 week of last snowfall. If we go back to Passo Tonale for freeride skiing we would definetly go with Renzo again.