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Val Venegia Ring

Val Venegia Ring

Photo from: ApT San Martino

Easy hiking at the foot of the Pale di San Martino north chain

  • signal_cellular_alt Difficulty Medium
  • straighten distance 13.78 Km
  • schedule duration 5:30 h
  • arrow_drop_up elevation 541 m
  • arrow_drop_down descent 538 m
  • skip_next highest point 2182 m
  • skip_next lowest point 1682 m

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Safety information:

Always read carefully the avalanche and weather bulletins before starting the hike; evaluate and carefully plan your path and do not follow unknown tracks; in case of need, call 112 and don’t move as you wait for the rescue team to arrive. To be on the safe side, prior to beginning the hike, contact the local alpine guides: www.aquilesanmartino.com

Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.


Passo Rolle – departure at the ex Segantini chair lift


DD 46.297879 , 11.789225 DMS46° 17' 52.3644'' N 11° 47' 21.2100'' E


Passo Rolle – departure at the ex Segantini chair lift

Public Transis


Getting there

From San Martino di Castrozza following the SS50 to Passo Rolle (9km)


Parking Passo Rolle – departure at the ex Segantini chair lift

Turn-by-turn directions

From the Passo Rolle, we climb up to Baita Segantini reaching 2,170 m above sea level. From here, we go down to the wide Val Venegia following the hairpin turns of the forest road up to the Pian della Vezzana. We then continue on flat ground to the Malga Venegiotta (closed in winter) and continue to go down to Malga Venegia, open in winter (info and reservations: 348 062 7886). We proceed down to Pian dei Casoni and, after crossing the parking lot, we take the bridge to the left. Going up, we follow the signs for Malga Juribello; initially the trail is narrow, but it then becomes wider and, through a beautiful forest, it exits onto the wonderful meadow pastures. Still climbing, we continue along the forest road towards south-east, (the point of reference is the electric line trellises). We then arrive at the Castellazzo chairlift and from there we’re shortly back to the starting point.


Warm and waterproof boots, gaiters, ski-poles, snowshoes


[There is no appointed guide for this route.]

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