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Cima Parì

 
Cima Parì

Page Type: Mountain/Rock

Location: Trento, Italy, Europe

Lat/Lon: 45.91960°N / 10.76740°E

Object Title: Cima Parì

County: Trentino Alto-Adige

Activities: Scrambling, Skiing

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Elevation: 6532 ft / 1991 m

 

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Created/Edited: Jan 10, 2015 / Mar 11, 2017

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Overview

Cima Parì m. 1991






Cima Parì m. 1991 is a montain belonging to Prealpi Bresciane, Alpi di Ledro Subgroup, the varied pre-Alpine area that acts as a buffer between the almost Mediterranean Garda territories and the Adamello high ridges. Cima Parì overlooks the Lago di Ledro in the homonymous valley. It's a little-known mountain, located on the left bank of the Val di Ledro, which combines the beauty of the route to a vast landscape, that is truly exceptional, in reason of the central position of the mountain. The views are extending themselves from the Verona plain (Po Valley) to the pre-Alpine peaks located around Garda and Ledro lakes, the Sella group, the Brenta Dolomites, and the high peaks of the Adamello and Presanella groups. The panorama over the 360° horizon is really great!

Cima Parì annotated Northern Pano Cima Parì annotated Northern Pano




The mountain is located within an area that was the scene of fighting between the Austrians and the Italians during the WWI, because here it ran the border between the Kingdom of Italy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire and here it ran the first line of the two opposing forces. The itinerary proceeds among the testimonies of WWI, like barracks, fortifications, deposits, trenches. These latter can be observed even along the summit ridge joining Cima Parì and Cima Sclapa, a second summit which can be conveniently linked with the previous one: another reason of interest to climb this summit, together with the really lush alpine wild flowers, that can be found in late spring or early summer.




Tiny frozen pond near Bocca Savàl
Frozen pond near Bocca Savàl

Mazza di Pichea dominating Bocca di Trat
Bocca di Trat m. 1587 and Mazza di Pichea

Getting There

The starting point to climb the mountain is Bocca di Trat, m. 1587.

Access: from the Brennero autoroute exit Rovereto Sud and take the road to Riva del Garda. From here follow the road to Val di Ledro, pass the tunnel, entering the valley and skirting the Lago di Ledro. Reach Pieve di Ledro, located at the end of the lake, where you must leave the main road and turn to right to Val Concei, getting to the small village of Lenzumo. At the end of Lenzumo turn to right again (signposts Rif. Nino Pernici), taking a 7 km. mountain road which rises with several hairpins to Malga Trat m. 1502 (about 50 km from Rovereto).
The road is closed in its last 500 meters, so leave your car in an obvious pull-out on the right side of the road.
An alternative way to reach Bocca di Trat is starting from Malga Grassi m. 1056, which can be approached by car from the settlement of Campi, nearby Riva del Garda. This second possibility involves a significant increase in the level difference.
Will be described the shorter ascent starting from the Val di Concei side.

Cadria, the highest summit of Alpi di Ledro
Monte Cadria seen from the approach to Malga Trat
The track to Malga Trat
The track to Malga Trat
Beechs near Bocca di Trat
Beechs near Bocca di Trat

Route: Cima Parì - Cima Sclapa traverse

Cima Parì - Cima Sclapa traverse

Difficulty: F (Alpine scale) in winter condition, otherwise EE
Difference in level: 500 m from the road to Malga Trat

Parì - Sclapa ridge in winterParì - Sclapa ridge in winter


From the parking continue on the dirty road reaching the alp called Malga Trat m. 1502 in a few minutes. Take the path 413 rising inside the wood and getting to the large saddle of Bocca di Trat m. 1587. Turn to right to reach soon the Nino Pernici shelter m. 1601 (20 minutes from Malga Trat), lying in a fine location with good views to the rocky summit of Mazza di Pichea and Lago di Garda. Continue beyond the hut, following the level path 413 that traverse the Dorsale di Seaoi along a slope at first wooded, then grassy, to arrive ahead of the barracks of the First World War dominated by the imposing Cima Parì. From the barracks turn immediately to right, getting to Bocca Savàl m. 1740 in 1 minute (1 hour from the hut Nino Pernici).

Cima Parì West side
Cima Parì West side
Monte Cadria and Adamello summits from Parì final slope
Cadria and Adamello Group from Parì final slope
Summit of Cima Parì and Adamello group
Summit of Cima Parì and Adamello group


At the pass, near a tiny pond surrounded by a fence, turn sharply to the left to follow a trail that goes at first directly along the Western slopes of the mountain, then with a long diagonal upward to the right reaches a shoulder - little cairn – at the base of the ridge that rises towards the summit.
We walk along this ridge with superb views over Lago di Ledro just on the right below us, reaching the summit cross.

Carè Alto from Cima ParìThe imposing Carè Alto from Cima Parì


The view is superb on Ledro Lake, Garda Lake, Monte Stivo, Monte Bondone and Monte Altissimo di Nago to the right, the Sella Group and the Brenta Dolomites to the North, the nearby and wild Monte Cadria and the superb coastline of the Adamello-Presanella range to the West.

Descent - - The descent is done along the same route to Bocca Saval. A second longer but very advisable possibility is to continue to the south east along the summit ridge, with clear remains of the WWI trenches, along a path mainly downhill, with only a last brief ascents to reach the nearby Cima Sclapa m. 1860.

Brenta Dolomites Southern sector from Cima Parì
Brenta Dolomites Southern sector from Cima Parì
The ridge between Cima Parì and Cima Sclapa
The ridge between Cima Parì and Cima Sclapa
Cima Parì summit cross
Cima Parì summit cross


From the summit of Cima Sclapa descend to the North along a steep slope to gain the level path skirting the North sides of the mountains and reach the WWI barracks on Bocca Saval. At this point you can follow an alternative route in order to make a complete ring without ever returning on the upward itinerary. Reach the small pond near Bocca Saval lying below the West side of Cima Parì. Just in front of it take the right path that - after gaining with a short climb a grassy ridge - descends on the wooden opposite side. From here a good trail reachs directly Malga Trat.

Red Tape

No fees no permits required. Cars are not allowed in the last 1 km of the road to Malga Trat.

Essential gear

In wintertime, according with the conditions, crampons and axe are necessary

Accomodation

Different possibilities of accomodation in Val di Ledro
Along the route we find the Rifugio Nino Pernici m. 1601

Nino Pernici shelter
Rifugio Nino Pernici
Signposts on Bocca Savàl
Signposts on Bocca Savàl
Mazza di Pichea at sunset
Sunset on the return way near Malga Trat

When to Climb

All year round – In winter conditions the climb requires the use of axe and crampons

Bibliography

 
Cima Parì - Cima Sclapa traverse map
 


"Prealpi Bresciane" by Fausto Camerini - Collana Guide dei Monti d'Italia, CAI-TCI

- Guida alle Alpi di Ledro by F. Torchio - E. Gardumi, Panorama, Trento, 1995

- Garda-Trentino map scale 1:30.000

<b>Alto Garda e Ledro, map n°690, 1:25000, Kompass

Meteo forecast

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External Links

Trentino Grande Guerra




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