Trekking "on the Path of Rome"
Time & Location
About the event
The Sentiero Roma is a 54 km long high route that runs along the head of Val Masino, on the Italian side of the Val Bregaglia mountains, in the Western Rhaetian Alps.
The itinerary takes place all in the presence of large granite mountains, including the Badile, the Cengalo and the Cima di Castello, and ends at the foot of the Disgrazia.
The entire route, very spectacular and popular, is normally divided into three or more days, according to the variants chosen, with an overnight stay in the Refuges.
For the most part - that is, excluding the initial ascent from the valley floor and the final descent - the route remains around 2500 meters above sea level.
The path, perfectly marked, requires training, adequate equipment and experience: for the altitude at which it takes place, for the length, for the possibility of finding snow or ice and for the numerous challenging and sometimes exposed passages, all of which are equipped.
Day 1: from Bagni di Masino to the Gianetti 1300+ Refuge about 10 km.
2nd day: from Rifugio Gianetti to Rifugio Allievi-Bonacossa 700+ about 12 km.
Day 3: from Rifugio Allievi-Bonacossa to Bagni di Masino 350+ and 15 km.
Adults: 290 euros
Children aged 15 to 18 accompanied by an adult: 350 euros
The fee includes: planning and drafting of the itinerary, professional accompaniment with a guide, insurance, overnight stay with breakfast, transfers to and from the airport and throughout the journey by private van.
The fee does not include: return flight expenses, food expenses, anything that does not appear in the item "the fee includes"
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