From Cortina we Fiames door; the white road of the Val di Fànes is detached from the main road 1km north of the same (table) and up the valley until Pian de Loa ( parking). From here on, the road deteriorates considerably. Follow the dirt track (trail 10) surpassing the Ponte Outo Ru de Travenànzes , then in numerous serpentines you enter the valley , guarded by the imposing yellow wall of Tae deviation to the right ( path equipped for the cascade of Fànes . Carry to the pond ( m1823 ), it crosses the barrier of the Park (border of the province ) .
On the left you can climb to the hut of Great Fànes . To the right of the roadway bends towards Passo Limo ( m2172 ) alleging Alpe pices of Fànes where the city’s two shelters Fànes (tel. 0474 51079 ) and La Varella (tel. 0474 51097 ) . Going up to the Pass and Lake Limo , on the left , follow an easy path ( marked in red ) that goes a long way east on gravel and rocks, until you come out on the vast grassland q.2525 , where there is an old post war .
Go now , more steeply to the north and go up first on the turf , then scree and rocks up to the highest point ( 2 hours from the pass ) . Descend by the same route . The climb is very rewarding because it allows a boundless view on the highlands of Sènnes and Fànes . The ‘ Way of Peace ‘ , 2,30 hours until the bivouac of the Castle, m2760 .
Initially along this route wound its original path of the Alta Via n.1, then abandoned. The camp is under the Monte Castello in q . 2760 characteristic ‘ nut ‘ that stands in the rocky bottom of the valley .
From Malga ( Ütia ) de Gran Fànes ( m2104 ) , after about 400m on the left (signposted) branches off the trail 17 that exceeded the last stone pines , to the beginning of the vast , solemn circus called ‘ VALUN Blanch ‘ , between the tops of the peaks and the Red Furcia Ciampestrin . It goes fully , on a comfortable path, to the base of Monte Castello , where the bivouac. Continuing south for another 45 minutes on good marked trail , you come to a fork wide open on the first Travenànzes Valley , then to the summit of Monte Cavallo ( m2912 ) by which opens the view on the Val Badia . You will return by the same route .
The descriptions and journey times are approximate only for the purpose of giving a prior indication, the Hotel is not liable for any change routes, closing roads or trails. Before leaving inquire in Tourist information offices or at the local alpine guides. We recommend using clothing and footwear from mountain