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Trekking in Andalo Paganella

1) ANDALO - DOSS PELA' - MALGA ZAMBANA- RODA - CIMA PAGANELLA - MALGA TERLAGO - DOSS PELA'

We reach the Cable railway departure station and the cabin will take us to Doss Pelà (m. 1776). Close by we find a path with the sign to "Malga Zambana" that leads to "Selletta". Following path n° 604 will reach "passo Canalone Battisti" from which starts the "Sentiero Roda". The itinerary is rather exposed and offers a beautiful view on the "Valle dell'Adige"; it leads to the ex Cesare Battisti Refuge. Return: on forest road until "Passo S. Antonio" (m. 1892), crossing "Malga Terlago" (m. 1826) and then continuing until "Doss Pelà" (m. 1776) at the departure of the cable to Andalo.

Lenght: 5 Km
Walking time: 3h 30min

2) ANDALO - ALBI DE MEZ - MALGA TERLAGO - PASSO SANT'ANTONIO - CIMA CANFEDIN - PASSO SAN GIACOMO - BAIT DEL GERMANO - PASSO SAN GIOVANNI - MOLVENO

We reach the cable departure station and the cabin will take us to Doss Pelà (m 1776). Close by, we find a path with sign to "Malga Terlago". From Malga Terlago we reach Passo S. Antonio (m. 1892) on a forest road and from here following path n° 602 we reach Cima Canfedin (m 2034). From the top, the itinerary leads to Passo San Giacomo (m 1994) and then to Malga Covelo (m 1781), where it's possible to admire marmots families. After Malga di Covelo, taking shortly on the left, we arrive to the restaurant "Bait del Germano". From here we walk down to Passo San Giovanni (m 1675) and with path n°612 we go back to Molveno. Return: back to Andalo on the shuttle bus.
 
Lenght: 9 Km
Walking time: 4 h 30 min

3) FAI - MERIZ - MALGA DI FAI - RIFUGIO DOSSO LARICI - BIVIO GROTTA CESARE BATTISTI - CIMA PAGANELLA - RIFUGIO LA RODA - MALGA ZAMBANA - EX PISTA TRE TRE - PASSO SANTEL

From Fai della Paganella we take the chairlift Santel - Meriz and then climb up the path n°602, reaching Malga di Fai (1665) first and Rifugio Dosso Larici (1844) then. The itinerary goes on along the same path; pay attention on your left you will see the entrance to Grotta Cesare Battisti. Following path n° 602 we will get to Cima Paganella and Rifugio La Roda (2125). Return. we take path n°604 towards Malga Zambana (1792) and then path n° 610/610B on the old track Tre-Tre. Arrival at Passo Santel.

Lenght: 9 Km
Walking time: 6 h 30 min

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