Thu, 27 Aug|
Pale di San Martino
Trekking in the Dolomites "Traverse of the Pale di San Martino"
A wonderful 4 days along unique trails in the world. A truly unique ride through breathtaking landscapes, breathing history and enjoying a truly wild and unspoiled nature. A unique journey that will truly leave us breathless at every step.
Orario & Sede
27 Aug 2020, 06:00 – 30 Aug 2020, 20:00
Pale di San Martino, Pale di San Martino, 38054 Tonadico TN, Italy
The Pale di San Martino (also called " Gruppo delle Pale ") is the largest mountain group of the Dolomites, with about 240 km² of surface, located between eastern Trentino and Veneto (province of Belluno), in the area between Primiero ( valleys of Cismon, Canali, Val Travignolo), Valle del Biois (Falcade, Canale d'Agordo) and Agordino.
Located in the central sector of the group, discovered by the Marquis Dèodat de Dolomieu in 1788, consisting of dolomite, a sedimentary rock formed by double calcium carbonate and magnesium, the Pale plateau extends over an area of about 50 km², forming an enormous empty, rocky and almost lunar plateau that oscillates between 2500 and 2800 m asl.
The part of the group extended in Trentino is entirely included in the Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino Natural Park. According to some sources, the group inspired the Belluno writer Dino Buzzati (a great lover of the chain) in the setting of his novel the Desert of the Tartars. Due to the exceptional universal value of this natural beauty, the geological system of the Pale is included in the site "The Dolomites", declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009.
Day 1: from Passo Valles to the Mulaz Refuge and Vetta del Mulaz (optional). Difference in altitude + 1600mt to the summit or + 1100mt to the refuge about 15 km.
2nd day: from Mulaz Refuge to Pedrotti Rosetta Refuge. Difference in altitude + 1600mt and about 13 km.
Day 3: from the Pedrotti Refuge to the Pradidali Refuge via the Cima Fradusta. Difference in altitude + 1000mt and about 13 km.
4th Day: from the Pradidali Refuge to San Martino di Castrozza. Difference in altitude + 500mt and about 15 km. Return to Passo Valles by local bus.
Adults: 390 euros
Children aged 15 to 18 accompanied by an adult: 290 euros
The fee includes: planning and drafting of the itinerary, professional accompaniment with a guide, insurance, overnight stay with dinner and breakfast.
The fee does not include: return travel expenses, food expenses, expenses for any local transport, anything that does not appear in the item "the fee includes"
For info or registration please contact me I will be happy to answer all your doubts or concerns
Roberto Salomone: 3209105295
More info and details on our website www.orobie4trekking.com