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Ski Touring in the Lagorai range

We have selected our favorite itineraries in the Lagorai range, bound to impress for their magical atmosphere and beautiful landscapes.

Thanks to its geomorphologic features, the Lagorai range offers a wide selection of excursions which allow ski tourers to reach 90% of its peaks on skis, with ascents and descents that can be suited to skiers of all abilities.

€ 90

Duration

1 day

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Ski Touring in the Lagorai range
Difficulty

Easy - Intermediate

Participants

Min. 3 max. 6

Season

January - March

Our proposed excursions are suitable to all levels, ranging from easy terrain for beginners ski tourers, to steeper ascents and descents for more demanding skiers.
Depending on the group' ability your Guide will select the most suitable route.

Cima d'Asta, Cima Nassere, Cime di Bragarolo and Sasso Rosso are our proposed itineraries. Join us to enjoy thrilling days out in these beautiful areas of the Trentino Region.


The Lagorai is a mountain range in the Eastern Alps, in Trentino. It is located between the Monte Panarotta and Rolle Pass, and it extends for approx 70 km. It is bounded southwards by the Valsugana, by the Val di Fiemme from the north, the Val di Cembra from the west and the Primiero and Vanoi valleys eastwards.
The Lagorai range is mostly made of porphyry rocks and it was the site of fierce mine warfare on the Italian Front in the First World War.
Thanks to its geomorphologic features, the Lagorai range offers a wide selection of excursions which allow ski tourers to reach 90% of its peaks on skis, with ascents and descents that can be suited to skiers of all abilities.

Cima d'Asta, Cima Nassere, Cime di Bragarolo and Sasso Rosso are our proposed itineraries. Below is a short description of each of these.

1- Sasso Rosso and canyon del Prunn BS 815m
Among the many possibilities offered by the peaks overlooking the Val dei Mocheni, this is in our opinion one of the most suggestive. The climb takes place on beautiful open slopes, while the impressive canyon is to be covered downhill. The canyon constitutes a sort of "secret passage" in order to traverse to the adjacent valley. Well-settled snow is a must for this route.

2 - Cima Nassere MSA 800m
A beautiful and easy excursion suitable to less experienced ski tourers, the descent from Cima Nassere is often on fresh power.

3 - Cima d'Asta OSA 1800m
Spectacular itinerary set in a severe environment: not to be missed. It’s best done in late spring, with an early morning departure given its long development.

4 - Cime di Bragarolo BSA 1220m
Exciting spring itinerary that offers one of the most beautiful descents of the whole massif. To be tackled with excellent visibility and settled snow, once the side slopes of both gullies have already discharged

Costs conditions and materials

Each Guide can take a maximum of 6 people

Included in the fee: the Guide service, liability insurance, and personal safety equipment if required (transceiver, probe, and shovel).
Not included in the fee: anything not mentioned in "included". Transfer costs will be divided between participants.

Equipment provided by Mountime: personal safety equipment (ARTVA tranceiver, shovel and probe).

Personal equipment required: ski touring equipment (ski touring skis with touring bindings, ski touring boots, ski crampons, helmet, telescopic poles), adequate clothing including warm gloves and hat, sun glasses, backpack with a change of clothes, flask for hot drinks, food and energy snacks.

Should you require specific gear please let us know, we will do our best to help you, and in case we will refer you to one of our recommended ski rental shops.