AMONG PASTURES AND HUTS

N.2316
Anello Signetta - Monte Cimone - Col dei Gai - Val de Scroa

Description
of the path

If you are looking for an easy but scenic path, this tour ring is definitely for you!

Park your car at Signetta and step into the woods. From the west ridge of Monte Cimone you can admire the steep rocks that overlook the Passo San Boldo until you reach the top. Here you can enjoy a 360° view of the natural wonders surrounding the valley.

To the west you can have a glimpse of the Venetian Pre-Alps and recognize the peaks of Col de Moi, the Cesen and Garda Mountains and in the background the Grappa massif.

To the North the severe buttresses of the first Dolomites, Schiara and Pelf, guard the Valbelluna shaped by the Piave river. To the East you can see Monte Frontal and further away Col Visentin. Finally, the Venetian Plain extends to the south with the shimmering horizon showing the majesty of the Venice Lagoon.

After being enchanted by this beauty, it’s time to continue the journey: a few meters below you can find the bivouac of “Col dei Gai” that was renovated and equipped by the Hunters Association. On the way back, you need to go through Val de Scroa where you can see its characteristic structures for pastures.

TECHNICAL DETAILS

  • Location: Signetta
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Total length: 8800 m
  • Duration: 3h30′
  • Elevation gain (+): 544 m
  • Elevation gain (-): 539 m
  • Where to park: N46° 01.390′ E12° 10.143′

HIKING BOOTS

Wear appropriate shoes!

SHOWSHOES

You can walk with snowshoes through this path during the winter!

gps

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Map of the area

Soon available the map of Borgo Valbelluna in .pdf

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