ADAMELLO BRENTA SUPERSKI TOUR
Downhill power: ski-mountaineering at its best
A great skimo-tour, cheeky enough to not giving up anything in order to accomplish whatever expectations, thanks to a DNA that do not fear any comparison.
Such a strenght comes from the ideal balance between the elements: two opposite worlds united in the same tour, refined lines that differ from the classic and more popular ones, descent factor raised at its best (+ 5350m / -9200m), great variety of situations and set-up changes that alternate in perfect symbiosis.
A tour designed for skimo-lovers: from the Brenta Dolomites to the Adamello, the largest glacier in the Italian Alps. Nothing but a great adventure.
- PERIOD: march-april.
- GRUOP: 4-6.
- DIFFICOLTY: good ski level (+5350m/-9200m).
- DURATION: #6 days.
- COST: 650€pp.
Next departure: 12-17 april.
Customizable dates and program on demand for individuals and pre-arranged groups.
- Logistics and bookings
- IFMGA mountain guide service
- Memory pics.
Costs do not include:
- Transfers, skipasses, Half board service for the participants and the guide.
From Pinzolo, by cable car, we go up to Doss del Sabion 2100m: after a short descent on the opposite side, skins on, we begin the climb up to the Bocca dei Camosci 2780m. We are in the heart of Brenta Dolomites: from up here, a long and thrilling descent will lead us to a cozy chalet for the night.
We reach Passo Grostè 2450m, by cable car from Madonna di Campiglio buttom station. After an initial descent along the Pra Castron di Flavona, we climb up the Val delle Gere to the Bocchetta dei Tre Sassi 2613m. A rapid descent followed by a short ascent takes us to our goal, the Passo Mondifrà Alto 2430m, the access to a thousand meter gully descent. Fun and relax in a new chalet.
Skins on, we set off our climb up to 2700m, thru a gentle line and a wild nature. An amazing descent will drop us down to Val di Sole 950m.
We are now on the Adamello side. By cable car from Passo Tonale, we go up to Passo Presenza 3000m. The view and the panorama is breathtaking: Lobbie, Pian di Neve, Cavento and many other peaks in the background. After the ride down to Rifugio Mandrone 2450m, skins on, we head up toward Monte Mandrone: from 3200m, a nice descent will take us in the middle of the Mandrone glacier. A final short uphill stretch to the Rifugio Refuge 3040m.
We climb the Adamello peak 3539m, thru the immense snow-plain Pian di Neve. Way back via Corno Bianco, followed by an epic descent down to the glacier. Final short ascent to Rifugio Lobbia.
The last day's perfect ending: after a short ascent towards Monte Venezia 3250m, epic descent to the bottom, with over 2000m vertical drop down to Ponte di Legno 1200m.
Indicative program, subject to possible modifications by the guide due to causes of force majeure, such as adverse snow and weather conditions, availability of huts, unforeseeable events.
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