Best camping trails in Veneto, Italy

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Map of camping trails in Veneto, Italy
Top trails (62)
#1 - Passo Tre Croci - Lago di Sorapis
Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 7.2 mi • Est. 3 h 53 m
Lake Sorapis is one of the most beautiful sights in the Dolomites. Hikers of all ages are enchanted by the deep blue waters of this high altitude lake. A perfect visit during summer months when temperatures are milder. The beautiful turquoise colors of the lake, the white rock formations and green pastures create the most magical destination for a calming adventure. The lake can only be reached by foot.Show more
#2 - San Giorgio - Bocca Gaibana - Cima Trappola
Lessinia Regional Natural Park
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Length: 6.4 mi • Est. 3 h 35 m
#3 - San Giorgio - Cima Carega
Lessinia Regional Natural Park
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Length: 10.2 mi • Est. 6 h 6 m
Carega is the mountain par excellence of the Veronese region. Follow the path 108 of the Costa Media also known as that of the ridges. It is a path that in many places is challenging due to the difference in altitude that covers a few meters, but which once reached the altitude allows you to enjoy a splendid view. Once you have climbed from the Vallone del Malera, turn right to reach the Passo Malera and from there continue, crossing first the Bella Lasta area and then the wood that overlooks the Revolto area. On the path you will find the old boundary stone between the Lombardy and Veneto Kingdom and finally you will come out in just over 1 hour at the Pertica Pass where there is the homonymous refuge. Leaving the refuge behind, continue on the normal route. At the first turn, do not take the classic shortcut but stay on the normal road, you will come to a second fork that turns right. There you will see that a path with wire ropes also starts on the curve. Continue on the road and after about 10 meters from the hairpin bend you will find the indication of the path n ° 108 Costa Media which in 2h takes you to the Fraccaroli Refuge. From this refuge you can reach the nearby summit, Cima Carega at 2259m. To go back, always take path 108B, passing the Pertica Pass and up again towards Malera with path 287 that takes you back to San Giorgio. We recommend leaving early in the morning because the Carega sun is very powerful.Show more
#4 - Alta Via delle Dolomiti 1: Tappa VIII Rifugio Vazzoler - Rifugio Carestiato
Taibon Agordino, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 5.7 mi • Est. 3 h 17 m
After a short downhill and stony road, go up the steep path 555 which winds through a mixed forest with very varied flora. Leaving the wood below the walls of the Moiazza and its satellites, you then reach a large avalanche corridor. Once again, you will have the pleasure of progressing amidst abundant flora dominated by columbines. You then arrive at the Col d'Ors (1,700 m) and continue on the horizontal path under the Torri di Camp, crossing numerous corridors. The path 554 is clearly visible, marked and mound and leads to the Forcella del Camp (1,993 m). The very slippery terrain requires a lot of attention to get out of the grove. Leave the path to the left that leads to the Constantini via ferrata and finally arrive at the Bruto Carestiato Refuge on its promontory. From the Carestiato Refuge in Agordo the descent begins on the narrow and steep path 448. The slope softens a little 500 meters below, and you reach the end of a track, with some alpine refuges. The asphalted road that follows leads to a hamlet where small piles of hay are protected by curious plastic hats. You can admire a hedge of multicolored dahlias and Monsieur Seguin's goat. Lower down, the path infiltrates a thalweg where, several times, you cross singing streams with many wooden bridges.Show more
#5 - Cima Vezzana - Cima Mandriolo - Rifugio Val Formica
Asiago, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 10.7 mi • Est. 6 h 18 m
#6 - Alta Via delle Dolomiti 1: Tappa IV-V Rifugio Lagazuòi - Rifugio Città di Fiume
Cortina d'Ampezzo, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 14.1 mi • Est. 7 h 41 m
In these mountains important battles were fought between the Austrian and Italy during the First World War. You will find many trails, tunnels and military posts to explore. For detailed information on the history of this territory you can visit the website: First day: Lagazuòi Refuge - Nuvolàu Refuge, well signposted route except between Forcella Averàu and Nuvolàu Refuge. Difficulty T2. The small layer of snow of a few centimeters and the north wind that has not weakened bring a completely unexpected winter atmosphere while the patches of ice that glisten in the shy sun, make this steep descent towards the port a bit apprehensive. . Lagazuòi but the cords that we follow carefully lead us without incident; Then take the road 401 first on the side of the mountain to reach the Forcella Travenànzes (2,507 m) while at times you can sense the imposing face of the Tofana di Rozes. When we leave this track to take route 402 the snow has almost disappeared but we must be careful of the very transparent ice that has formed in the points exposed to the wind. Preceded by a balcony path at the foot of the south face of Pizo Lagazuòi, it is a sinuous descent into the gravel that leads to the SS48, just below the Fàlzarego Pass (2,105 m). In the woods, at the bottom of the valley, the road becomes very muddy; Route 440 follows it along small rocky bars. Halfway through, on a ledge, you are a stone's throw from the Cinque Torri (2,361 m), at the arrival station of the chairlift from which hikers and mountain bikers descend. Then the path "441" and a stony path lead to the foot of a sort of "table of rocks", characteristic of the Dolomite reliefs of Forcella Averàu (2,435 m) where the homonymous refuge and a chairlift arrival station are located. A sort of large "staircase" in the rock, quite comfortable (path "439) leads to the almost horizontal top of this bar where the Nuvolàu Refuge (2,575 m) was built, a somewhat" antiquated "refuge of the Italian Alpine Club with toilet and ice-cold water tap outside (the internal toilets are reserved for night use): it will be the only refuge without a shower. of this excursion. A nice lady in traditional dress welcomes us warmly and offers us a delicious meal while the snow of the day at the top melts, falls from the ceiling and transforms the entrance into a foot bath ... From this promontory the gaze is delighted with a 360 ° view of the still plastered peaks. The afternoon storm will be there, but from night, we benefit from sumptuous illuminations on the peaks that my accomplices are trying to recognize using the map: the Fanes to the northwest from where we come from, the Tofana di Rozes to the north, the Sorapiss to the northeast, the Pelmo to the southeast so tto and that we will be tomorrow, Civetta to the south and queen of the Dolomites, Marmolada to the south-west. Second day: Nuvolàu Refuge - Città Di Fiume Refuge, fairly well signposted itinerary. Difficulty T2. The bad weather continues to evaporate from 9:30 am and we will do most of the stage under a generous sun. The bright sky prompts us to be optimistic. Instead of taking the via ferrata that replaces an old path consisting of a series of stairs and handrails to reach Passo Giau, we resume the previous day's path to return to Forcella Averàu and continue down the other descent along the path "452" passing again under the Nuvolàu refuge ... hoping that someone dumbfounded - 300 meters higher - does not drop a case of beer from the terrace of the refuge. On the path to the balcony, the sun barely touches the layer of fog which has subsided for a good hour: two silhouettes of "horned beasts" emerge on the ridge near us. Its general appearance, just glimpsed, is reminiscent of suede. The characteristic tracks in the muddy sections of the road will confirm this. A short descent takes us to Passo Giau (2,236 m), a road pass where cyclists and motorcyclists seem to have met this sunny Sunday. We cross the road to take path "436", which leads horizontally to the Forcella di Zonia (2,233m) and then to the Forcella di Col Piombin (2,239m). After a delicate rocky pass, the path reaches the foot of the steep slope of Forcella Giau (2,360 m). The path has a short rocky passage; the climb is then steeper on shale and boulders. From la Forcella, while above our heads the linked groups climb the vertical walls of the Spiz de Mondeval (2,099 m).Show more
#7 - Rifugio Pompeo Scalorbi - Passo Pertica
Riserva Naturale Guidata di Campobruno
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Length: 6.9 mi • Est. 3 h 46 m
This route in the Venetian Pre-Alps crosses the Carega Group. The itinerary goes from the Orti Forestali area at 1217 meters up to the Scalorbi Refuge (1776 meters) on the European path E5. From this Refuge it is possible to go up to the Fraccaroli Refuge (2238 meters) in about 1 hour and a half, or take a short ride near Campobruno. On the way back, follow path 202 up to Passo Tre Croci and then path 101 which will take you back to the starting point.Show more
#8 - Rifugio Pier Fortunato Calvi
Parco Naturale delle Dolomiti Friulane
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Length: 2.4 mi • Est. 57 m
#9 - San Giorgio - Rifugio Malera via il Vallon
Lessinia Regional Natural Park
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 19 m
Are you looking for a good opportunity to escape the city heat in search of a bit of refreshment and maybe even succeed in a pleasant walk with a meal in a typical Refuge? Well then this simple itinerary is right for you. It is a short and simple 1h30 loop starting in San Giorgio. You will stop at the new Malera refuge, formerly Malera di sotto. It can be reached by car in about 20 minutes and also feasible with a stroller. You can park your car at the large square of San Giorgio and start climbing the Vallone del Malera along the baby ski slope. Show more
#10 - Monte Baldo Crossing
Malcesine, Veneto, Italy
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Length: 21.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
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