Walking in the mountains to regenerate your body and mind, all this view Brenta Dolomites
Starting directly from Molveno you can reach the Refuge Malga Andalo, a natural corner with an incredible view of the Brenta.
Once you reach the end of the road that runs along the Molveno campsite, continue to the left, starting the walk around the lake. To reach the Roman bridge you can continue on the driveway, or you can choose the most panoramic path that runs under the main road and then join it at the waterfall of Ponte Romano. Here a short climb begins, at the end of which you reach an intersection. Turn right and immediately right again, following the Bondai road that leads to the Andalo alpine meadow.
From the grassy plateau at the foot of Mount Daino you can enjoy a satisfying view over the Perse valley and the peaks of the Brenta group. At the refuge, you can eat delicacies from Trentino cuisine and sit in the shade of the century-old plants in the surrounding meadow. The alternative to the Bondai road is the decidedly steeper (but really panoramic) path no. 332 that you take in via Marocchi (near the campsite) and go up into the woods until you reach the large plain where the mountain hut is found. For the return you can choose the supported "Donini" path which ends near the Ciclamino cottage, (not recommended for those who suffer from vertigo).
Technical info: Total travel time (round trip): about 3 and a half hours
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Hotel Lido Molveno
Via Lungolago, 10 - 38018
Molveno al Lago (TN)
Tel. +39 0461 586932
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