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Itineraries

Hiking in Stelvio National Park offers several possibilities: from the relaxing walks in the valley bottom to the challenging tours to the highest summits. Here you will find the description of some tours, from the easiest to the most demanding ones.
Some advice: always consider that you are facing mountain itineraries. Before leaving, you should inquire about the weather conditions and plan the route according to your hiking skills and training. It is recommended to wear clothes enabling a quick adjustment to the weather and/or temperature changes, characteristic of the mountain environment.
Wear adequate shoes: hiking shoes and trekking shoes are ideal. It is recommended to bring a rucksack with waterflask and packed lunch, as well as with a first aid kit.
Do not forget to bring binoculars and camera to observe and catch the wonderful moments the Park will offer you.

In case of real need, call the emergency phone number 118.

This section is under revision. Sorry for eventual inaccuracies.

Val Cedec (photo by W. Anselmi)
Val Cedec (photo by W. Anselmi)

The Park itineraries in Lombardy

Hundred of kilometers of itineraries allow you to organize excursions of varying difficulty in most of the Park area. Venture on the old military roads and mule tracks that go up to high altitude or go along to paths that lead from the woods to the glaciers; walking in the Park allows you to discover its rich environments. In the protected areas it is possible to choose itineraries for all abilities, from the easiest ones from families and children, to the longest and most demanding ones, intendend for more trained people. All itineraries allow experiences and, with a little luck, exciting meetings in contact with nature.

Further information
Forni Glacier
Forni Glacier

Forni Valley

The paths wind along the Val Cedéc and the Forni Valley, located in the center of the Ortles - Cevedale group. The two valleys, shaped by the action of imposing glaciers, offer many points of observation for flora, fauna, landscapes and geomorphology.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 Le Morene
Departure: Rifugio Branca
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
1 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
 The Gentians' Path
Departure: Rifugio dei Forni
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 hours and 10 minutes
Great interest: Panorama 
 The Glaciological Ring Route of the Val Cedéc
Departure: Rifugio dei Forni
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
4 hours and 10 minutes
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
 The Low Glaciological ItineraryOn foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 h
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
The Marmot ItineraryThe Marmot Itinerary
Departure: Forni
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
1 hour and 10 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 

Lake of S. Giacomo
Lake of S. Giacomo

Fraele Valley

Wide and suggestive valley of glacial origin, the Fraele Valley is today characterized by the presence of two large artificial basins. Joined the Stelvio National Park in 1977, it is the ideal starting point for excursions to the surrounding valleys, which are still wild and unspoiled.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 The Barracks in the RockOn foot On foot
EE - For expert hikers
3 hours and 50 minutes
Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
 The Scots pine itineraryOn foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
3 h
Great interest: Flora 
 The Water Path
Departure: Valle Alpisella
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
1 hour and 40 minutes
Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
 Wild Nature
Departure: S. Giacomo di Fraele
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
5 hours and 50 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 
 Wine and Salt Itinerary
Departure: Bormio
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
7 h
Great interest: Panorama 

Val Zebrù
Val Zebrù

Val Zebrù

Val Zebrù is considered one of the most important valleys of the Stelvio National Park. Its particular morphology - which determines the marked difference between the two sides - its wealth of floristic species and its numerous ungulates, as well as the presence of the bearded vulture and the golden eagle make it an indispensable destination for tourists and nature lovers. The typical wooden constructions here testify to the exploitation of mankind since ancient times.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
The Chamois and the Alpine IbexThe Chamois and the Alpine Ibex
Departure: Baita del Pastore
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
3 hours and 20 minutes
Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 
The Great Birds of PreyThe Great Birds of Prey
Departure: Fantelle
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 h
Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
The Heart of the ParkThe Heart of the Park
Itinerary: Val Zebrù
On foot On foot
T until B.ta Pastore, then E
5 hours and 10 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
 The Tomb of ZebrusiusOn foot On foot
With a short stretch EE
2 hours and 40 minutes
Great interest: History 

La Réit
La Réit

La Réit

Réit is made up of an imposing limestone wall overlooking Bormio. Its steep slopes, rich in alpine flora and fauna, determine the favourable local climate, protecting Bormio from the cold wind that comes from the north-east.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 The Balcony on Bormio
Departure: Bormio
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 hours and 20 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
 The Family Path
Itinerary: Réit Foothills
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
2 h
Great interest: Flora 
 The Military Route
Departure: Canaréglia
On foot On foot
E (the last stretch on debris)
5 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama Great interest: History 
 The War Village
Departure: II Cantoniera
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
1 hour and 10 minutes'
Great interest: History 

Val di Rezzalo
Val di Rezzalo

Rezzalo Valley

Located on the orographic left of the Adda river, the Rezzalo Valley develops for about 13 km, starting from the inhabited area of Fumero (1.465 mt) and following the path of the Rezzalasco stream to the Passo dell'Alpe. The itinerary consists of a military road, winding through the dense spruce woods that cover the right side, while on the left there are the steep valleys, colonized by the green alder, that overlook large cone-covered meadows.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
Path of Val di RezzaloPath of Val di Rezzalo
Itinerary: Fumero - Val di Rezzalo - Passo dell’Alpe - Ponte dell’Alpe
Departure: Fumero
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
5 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 

Gavia Pass
Gavia Pass

Gavia Pass

Nature Itineraries in Gavia Pass

The Gavia Valley represents one of the most beautiful examples of glacial morphology. The wide U-profile proves the immense work done by the glaciers in creating this high altitude landscape, populated by animals and plants that are adapted to this climate and to the very short summer season.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 The former Glacier of Lago Bianco
A look at the possible future of the alpine landscape
On foot On foot
T - E
2 h 30 m
 The Sforzellina Glacier
Itinerary towards the knowledge of an open-air laboratory
On foot On foot
T – E/EE on the Glacier
2 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: History 


Stelvio Pass

Nature Itineraries in Stelvio Pass

Going up the historic Stelvio state road, built since 1820, you will reach the Stelvio Pass, the second highest Alpine pass in Europe. The high altitudes reached are characterized by signs of the "recent" presence of glaciers - even where ice has now disappeared - and are inhabited by highly specialized plants, in order to survive the difficult conditions of the high mountains.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 The Cryosphere Path
Permafrost, Glacialism and Carsism
On foot On foot
T along the way - E/EE in the route and on the Gla...
1 h
 The Path of Climate Change
Impacts and Experiments
On foot On foot
T - E
3 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora 

Val Grande
Val Grande

Camuna Valleys

with the expansion in 1977, four Brescian valleys became part of the territory of the Stelvio National Park, on the right side of the Upper Camonica Valley (Val Grande, Val Canè, Val delle Messi and Val di Viso), together with a large area southwest of Valfurva and a large portion of territory between Bormio and Livigno.

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Further information
Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
 Val Canè
Itinerary: Cortebona - Casere di Valzeroten - I Laghetti - Plaz de l'Asen
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
4 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
 Val delle Messi
Itinerary: Case Silizzi - Case degli Orti - B.te di Valmalza - Linge Bivouac
On foot On foot
E - Hiking (level)
2 hours and 40 minutes
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
 Val di Viso
Itinerary: Case di Viso - Bozzi Refuge
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
2 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: History 
Val GrandeVal Grande
Itinerary: Tu - Ponte dell'acqua calda - Val Grande mountain cottage - Plaz de l'Asen
On foot On foot
T - Tourist (level)
3 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora 

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
A Walk in in Val d'UltimoA Walk in in Val d'Ultimo
Departure: Lago Fontana Bianca
On foot On foot
2 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 
 A Walk in Val Venosta
Departure: Maso Noccioli
On foot On foot
6 h
Great interest: Panorama 
 From Stelvio Pass to Trafoi
Departure: Passo dello Stelvio
On foot On foot
4 h
Gumperle TrailGumperle Trail
Departure: Chiesa di San Giorgio, Agumes
On foot On foot
1 h 30 m
 Itinerary from Martello to Punta di Lasa - Orgelspitze
From Martello to the well-known 3000, a peak that appears sharp, bold and repulsive
Departure: Maso Stallwieshof
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
 Itinerary to Glorenza Mount
An excursion through the picturesque forests and green meadows of Val Venosta
Departure: Sentiero dei masi Lichtenberg
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 
Swiss Stone Pinewood in Val MartelloSwiss Stone Pinewood in Val Martello
Departure: Albergo Waldheim, Val Martello
On foot On foot
5 h
 Trekking Punta Lyfi
In the midst of 3000
Departure: Ristorante Zufritt
On foot On foot
7 h
Great interest: Panorama 
 Trekking to the Peak of Cima Beltovo di Dentro
A three thousand for beginners. Fascinating panorama and magnificent landscape
Departure: Stazione funivia a Solda di Dentro
On foot On foot
3 h 30 m
Great interest: Panorama 

Georef.  ItineraryTypology Interest
The Monumental Larches StaircaseThe Monumental Larches StaircaseOn foot On foot
 
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Panorama 
 To Dorigoni Mountain Hut across Saènt Waterfalls
Val di Rabbi
Departure: Malga Stablasolo
On foot On foot
5 h 30 m
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife 
 To Lago Corvo Mountain Hut
Val di Rabbi
Departure: Cavallar
On foot On foot
6 h
Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
 To Vioz Mountain Hut
Val di Peio
Departure: funivia Peio Fonti
On foot On foot
6 h
 Val de la Mare: The Tour of the Lakes
Val di Peio
Departure: Diga di Malga Mare
On foot On foot
5 h
Great interest: Flora Great interest: Wildlife Great interest: Panorama 
Vioz-Cevedale: Traverse across the GlaciersVioz-Cevedale: Traverse across the Glaciers
Departure: Rifugio Mantova al Vioz
On foot On foot
EEA - For expert hikers
with equipment
 
Great interest: Geology Great interest: Panorama 

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