Set off from MONROC at 2.30 pm. The route starts from San Bernardo. We start riding our bikes towards the Cavallar car park (1450mt) located above the hamlet of the same name and go up the forest road which with a moderate slope climbs to the hairpin bends in the splendid larch forest up to the wide grassy areas of the mountain huts. Once you reach the Artisè-Terzolasa hut (1894mt) you can enjoy a wide view over the Val di Rabbi and the surrounding mountains. The road ends here and a flat path begins inside the forest to get to the Cespedè-Samocleva hut. Then following the folds of the ridges that descend from the Cima del Sas Forà, after the wide valley of Lago Corvo, you reach the Malga Paludè Alta-Caldesa Alta (2021mt). Place from which you can enjoy a broad view of the Val di Rabbi and the distant Dolomites. Downhill along the track of an old mule track you reach the Malga Paludè Bassa-Caldesa Bassa (1835mt) and from here along woods and open spaces to the Cavallar car park. Here when the hut is open we can stop and enjoy a fantastic yogurt with berries. All strictly at km 0 or rather at zero meters. Expected return around 18.00. Difficulty level: medium / easy. Sign up within 12.00 of the previous day. Minimum 2 participants. It costs € 40 per person (e-bike and equipment rental included).
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We have a an adoration for every kind of explorer. If you already are or if you would like to feel like a real explorer and you're dreaming about a perfect holiday on the mountains, choose Val di Sole at the base of Dolomiti di Brenta... And choose MONROC as your basecamp, of course. Write us for any information or quotation.
The best way to reach MONROC is most likely by train. From the stop Daolasa to the hotel door you need to walk for only 50 meters. The Trento-Malè railway line of Val di Sole links Val di Sole and Val di Non to Trento. Trento is connected to the national and international rail network through the Brenner, and is served by all high-speed trains of TrenItalia. See here schedules and terms of service of Trento Malè.
Unfortunately at MONROC we do not have a tourism heliport yet. Val di Sole is however linked to the major airports in northern Italy (Verona, Venice, Bergamo, Treviso, Milan) via transfer services. From major airports you can still reach Val di Sole by train.
If you come by car you should know that you can park it (and forget it) in our garage. Val di Sole is accessible by car from the A22 highway (exit S. Michele all’Adige, follow directions to Val di Non and Val di Sole). Or from Tonale Pass or Campo Carlo Magno Pass (Madonna di Campiglio).
In front of MONROC there is the cycle lane of Val di Sole (but also the downhill track, 4cross and various MTB itineraries). But if you’re travelling with your bike the Transalp or the the Brenta Dolomites Bike or any other cycle tour and you want to stop at MONROC, you can reach us by following the cycle lane that runs through the valley (Daolasa).
MONROC is probably the most comfortable place to arrive to and to leave with skis in hand. If you're following a ski tour in the SKI Area Campiglio Dolomites and want to stop at MONROC for one or more nights, arriving with your skis on is simple. The departure station of the cablecar Daolasa is right outside the door of MONROC, two steps away!
Why not? You can get to MONROC by foot too, like a true explorer. If you are doing one of the countless alpine trekkings you are always welcome at MONROC. You can reach us also from the valley floor by following the cycle lane (Daolasa).