Excursions

EXCURSIONS TO THE STELVIO PASS

The Garibaldi Refuge is the ideal destination for trekking and walking lovers: starting point for breathtaking itineraries immersed in the unspoiled nature of the Stelvio National Park.

It is also possible to carry out mountaineering, ski mountaineering, climbing, trekking, themed nature excursions throughout the Stelvio National Park. For more information, please contact the Ortler Cevedale Alpine Guides.

EXCURSIONS TO THE STELVIO PASS

The Garibaldi Refuge is the ideal destination for trekking and walking lovers: starting point for breathtaking itineraries immersed in the unspoiled nature of the Stelvio National Park.

It is also possible to carry out mountaineering, ski mountaineering, climbing, trekking, themed nature excursions throughout the Stelvio National Park. For more information, please contact the Ortler Cevedale Alpine Guides.

The Ortles Alta Via, with its approximately 119.5 km, is a truly unique experience in nature. The route is divided into seven daily stages, which each require six to eight hours to complete.

The individual stages of the circular excursion can also be covered as day excursions, ideal for discovering the rich fauna and flora of the Stelvio National Park.

The Garibaldi Refuge is the starting point of stage no. 1 which reaches up to Stelvio village and is the arrival point of stage 7 which starts from the Cancano lakes.

The Ortles Alta Via, with its approximately 119.5 km, is a truly unique experience in nature. The route is divided into seven daily stages, which each require six to eight hours to complete.

The individual stages of the circular excursion can also be covered as day excursions, ideal for discovering the rich fauna and flora of the Stelvio National Park.

The Garibaldi Refuge is the starting point of stage no. 1 which reaches up to Stelvio village and is the arrival point of stage 7 which starts from the Cancano lakes.

Rather long route, but without large differences in altitude, mostly in the Stelvio National Park. The excursion begins at the Stelvio Pass (2757 m) from which the path leads to the Garibaldi Refuge (2845 m), clearly visible from the Pass.

The path reaches Pizzo delle Tre Lingue, not far from the refuge and then descends into Swiss territory following a comfortable military mule track up to the S. Maria yoke (2480 m), Passo Umbrail, where the Italian-Swiss Customs is located.

Rather long route, but without large differences in altitude, mostly in the Stelvio National Park. The excursion begins at the Stelvio Pass (2757 m) from which the path leads to the Garibaldi Refuge (2845 m), clearly visible from the Pass.

The path reaches Pizzo delle Tre Lingue, not far from the refuge and then descends into Swiss territory following a comfortable military mule track up to the S. Maria yoke (2480 m), Passo Umbrail, where the Italian-Swiss Customs is located.

TA PUM is the sound of the rifle shot that has accompanied, incessantly, the days and nights of many soldiers at the front, recalled and softened in the notes of one of the most famous and poignant songs of the First World War.

On the occasion of the centenary of Italy’s entry into the war, the Ta Pum Association promotes a ‘Walk of Memory‘ in the places, from the Stelvio to the Sea, which were the scenario of the Great War.

TA PUM is the sound of the rifle shot that has accompanied, incessantly, the days and nights of many soldiers at the front, recalled and softened in the notes of one of the most famous and poignant songs of the First World War.

On the occasion of the centenary of Italy’s entry into the war, the Ta Pum Association promotes a ‘Walk of Memory‘ in the places, from the Stelvio to the Sea, which were the scenario of the Great War.

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