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Best trails in Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta, Trento, Italy

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The Adamello-Brenta Nature Park is located in Trentino-South Tyrol, Italy. It features the Adamello glacier, more than 50 lakes, pastures, fish, and other wildlife. It is the largest protected area in the region.

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Map of trails in Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta, Trento, Italy
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Top trails (93)
#1 - Twelve Lake Loop - Gruppo Presanella
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 13.8 mi • Est. 8 h 33 m
On this route you will meet the following lakes: Caprioli - El Bus - Gelato - Serodoli - Tre Laghi - Scuro - Alto - del Malghetto di Mezzana.Show more
#2 - Brenta Dolomites Trek Segment 1: Peller Refuge - Costanzi Bivouac
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Length: 11.5 mi • Est. 6 h 51 m
This walk is very beautiful. This is the first stage of the Brenta Dolomites Trek (DBT): a long loop of 89km divided into 11 stages that goes around the entire mountain range of the Brenta Dolomites with an average altitude of 2000 meters. Here you will find all the stages of the DBT: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/dolomiti-di-brenta-trek This stage goes from Rifugio Peller to Bivacco Costanzi. Follow the SAT 336 path which has no technical difficulty and does not require special equipment.Show more
#3 - Ristoro Dolomiti di Brenta - Rifugio Val d'Ambiez
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 11.6 mi • Est. 7 h 41 m
This route leads to the Val Ambiez Silvio Agostini Refuge at 2450 meters. Leave your car at the Dolomiti Refuge, Baesa locality, 850mt altitude and go up the road that leads to the Cacciatore Refuge. At the Pont del Paride, about 1550 meters high, there is a beautiful view of the amphitheater.Show more
#4 - Cinque Laghi: Nambino, Serodoli, Gelato, Lambin, Ritort
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 7.5 mi • Est. 4 h
This route can be shortened or simplified by taking the 5 Laghi Express chairlift from Madonna di Campiglio to the Cinque Laghi Refuge.Show more
#5 - Cascate del Sarca di Vallesinella
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 10.1 mi • Est. 5 h 18 m
Hike along the Sentiero dell'Orso and il sentiero del Granduca near Madonna di CampiglioShow more
#6 - Brenta Dolomites Trek Segment 3: Graffer Refuge - Tuckett Refuge
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 3.1 mi • Est. 1 h 51 m
Questa è la terza tappa del Dolomiti di Brenta Trek (DBT): un lungo percorso ad anello di 89km diviso in 11 tappe che fa il giro dell'intera catena montuosa delle Dolomiti di Brenta con altitudine media di 2000 metri. Ecco tutte le tappe del DBT: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/dolomiti-di-brenta-trek Questa tappa vi porta direttamente nel cuore delle Dolomiti di Brenta. Il Rifugio Tuckett (m. 2271) si trova ai piedi del Castelletto Inferiore e fu costruito nel 1906 ed è dedicato a Francis Fox Tuckett, alpinista britannico. Da qui potete ammirare la Vedretta di Brenta Inferiore (detta anche Vedretta di Tuckett), la Bocca di Tuckett e l'imponente Cima Brenta. La vista dal rifugio è veramente mozzafiato e si espande dalle punte bianche dell’Adamello fino alla piramide di Presanella.Show more
#7 - Brenta Dolomites Trek Segment 6: XII Apostoli Refuge - Agostini Refuge
Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 1 h 24 m
This is the sixth stage of the Brenta Dolomites Trek (DBT): a long ring route of 89km divided into 11 stages that goes around the entire mountain range of the Brenta Dolomites with an average altitude of 2000 meters. Here you will find all the stages of the DBT: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/dolomiti-di-brenta-trek The S. Agostini Refuge (2405 m) will welcome you in one of the most beautiful valleys of the Brenta Dolomites, the Val d'Ambiez. This valley is narrow in the first part and approaching the Refuge opens into a beautiful amphitheater. In this basin you will be surrounded by overhanging Dolomite walls perfect for climbing the rock. The most famous is that of Ambiez, climbed annually by hundreds of climbers. From here you can admire a beautiful view towards the south: the Giudicarie valleys, Lake Garda, Monte Baldo in the background. Next to the XII Apostoli Refuge there is a small church to visit and also a huge boulder that testifies to the collapse of the Jandl Tower in the 1950s.Show more
#8 - Monte Brugnol - Monte Pizzo
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Length: 12.7 mi • Est. 8 h 7 m
#9 - Lago di Malga Bissina - Pian della Sega
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Length: 11.6 mi • Est. 6 h 40 m
#10 - Brenta Dolomites Trek Segment 9: Malga Spora - Malga Flavona
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Length: 9.9 mi • Est. 6 h 13 m
This is the ninth stage of the Brenta Dolomites Trek (DBT): a long ring route of 89km divided into 11 stages that goes around the entire mountain range of the Brenta Dolomites with an average altitude of 2000 meters. Here you will find all the stages of the DBT: https://www.alltrails.com/lists/dolomiti-di-brenta-trek From Malga Spora the path marked SAT 301 (EE) intersects, which descends from the Graffer Refuge and continues on this towards Andalo passing through the area of monumental larches. In 30 minutes you reach the Malga Cavedago field where you take the SAT 338 (E) path (1848 m) which climbs quite easily the whole beautiful Val dei Cavai to the Sella del Montoz (2327 m) in 1.45 hours. From Sella in 1 hour you go down to Malga Campa (1975 m) (with bivouac).Show more
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