Trekking Catinaccio-Antermoia-Sasso Piatto
26 - 28 June
150 € per person
We will cross the Vajolet Towers, the Catinaccio d’Antermoia, Lake Antermoia, and then climb up to the Alpe di Tires and skirt the Sasso Piatto.
Three days among the most famous peaks of the Dolomites
The starting location is Pera di Fassa (between Pozza di Fassa and Mazzin). By chairlift we will enter Val Vaiolet to the Gardeccia hut, where our trek begins.
On the first day, passing under the walls of Catinaccio and Torri del Vajolet, we will reach the Passo Principe refuge at 2600 meters above sea level, where we will spend the first night. The lodge is particularly cozy, has been recently renovated, and is in an exceptional location from a panoramic point of view.
The following morning we will go around, heading south, the summit of the Catinaccio d’Antermoia and then descend to a particularly characteristic , I would say lunar, landscape: the Antermoia Lake. We will then continue to the second day’s destination: the Alpe di Tires hut, located in an area with very different geomorphological features than on the first day. Large green meadows and gentle slopes now dominate the view to the north, in stark contrast to the sharp spires of the Catinaccio Dolomites.
We will rest at this beautiful hut and continue for the final stage heading to the walls of Sasso Piatto. We will walk many paths over grassy ridges, which also act as a divider from a panoramic and scenic point of view: gentle meadows to our left and sharp rocks to the right.
We will continue, keeping at high altitude, past the Sasso Piatto refuge, to Col Rodella along the Fedrico Augusto trail. We will then leave the base of the Sasso Piatto rocks to descend to Campitello di Fassa where our trek will end.
Difficulty level: medium-difficult; a good level of mountain walking training is required.
Day 1: 7 km and 900 meters positive elevation gain approx.
Day 2: 10 km and 700 meters positive elevation gain approx.
Day 3: 15 km and 1100 meters of downhill elevation gain approx.
The service includes the guide for the three-day excursion
Guide fee for the three days: €150/person
The cost does not include food and lodging in the shelters (cost half board about 60€/night) and the
Any other expenses of meals, transportation, ski lifts etc.
A deposit of 80€ is required to confirm the reservation.
To book you can fill out the Form on this page or contact us directly:
Leonardo Tel. 328 1822459
Equipment to bring
- Clothing suitable for the season (will be communicated) A 30/35 liter backpack is sufficient, to have a total weight of about 5kg, excluding food and drinks. Personal underwear replacement clothing. Rain jacket.
How can I pay for the trip?
The balance 10 days before departure
Is reservation required?
What happens in case of bad weather?
I will notify you in a timely manner to the references you will give me to contact you.
Can I cancel the reservation? By when?
if the cancellation takes place within 15 days of departure, 50% of the deposit will be returned.
If it takes place between 14 and 7 days from departure, 30% of the deposit will be returned.
Later than 7 days from departure the paid deposit cannot be returned.
- guiding service carried out by a mid-mountain guide
- accident insurance for participants
They are NOT included in the cost:
- all transportation
- half board service in the refuges
- lunches and extras
Who's your guide??
In dolomiti Beat we are all AMM Certified by the College of Alpine Guides of Veneto, to guarantee you maximum safety and professionalism and think only of your enjoyment!
A lifelong lover of Sports, the Dolomites, the Alps, the Pre-Alps and the outdoors, I decided at age 40 to change my life and follow my passion: to enable people to experience the Mountains with pleasure.
In 2019 I added a new piece to my education by completing the Medium Mountain Guide Course and enrolling in the Veneto Regional College of Mountain Guides.
The greatest satisfaction I receive in accompanying an individual or group is for me, the opportunity to convey my enthusiasm and passion for this outdoor world to those who do not yet know it, or those who want to know it better.
I think the mountains can be experienced in a variety of exciting ways, all of which are correct and all of which have many merits: from the tranquility of a relaxing hike that makes us better savor the excitement of each step, to the speed of moving quickly from peak to peak.
So, here I am, I have become a mountain professional and provide my expertise to accompany you on mountain excursions, both in the Veneto and around the World, always guaranteeing your safety.
As a lifelong sports enthusiast (FIDAL instructor technician), I am also available for trail running, MTB or E-Bike routes from the foothills of the Alps to the Dolomites.
Not forgetting my experience in the company as an employee!
Precisely because I felt that this was not my path, I welcome corporate team building requests with empathy and a particular propensity for group dynamics, because the outdoors facilitates positive relationships.
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