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Nonsberg GROUP

 
Nonsberg GROUP

Page Type: Area/Range

Location: Trentino Alto Adige, Italy, Europe

Lat/Lon: 46.36304°N / 11.18683°E

Object Title: Nonsberg GROUP

Activities: Hiking

Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Elevation: 6942 ft / 2116 m

 

Page By: tiziana

Created/Edited: Mar 6, 2006 / Sep 24, 2013

Object ID: 178897

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The Non Valley

The Non Valley ( the Anaunia, is its historical-literary name), is a wide tableland in the western part of Trentino, it is bordered from north by the Maddalene range, from west by th Brenta Group, from east Catena della Mendola-Roen-Cime di Vigo. These mountains, which are not very high, form a range which, interrupted only by the Passo della Mendola, runs in a north-south direction from the Monte Macaion to the Roccapiana, the most representative peak of the Cime di Vigo. Therefore, the eastern border is clearly defined and consists of the Val d´Adige, the upper section of which is in the province of Bolzano. The geological formations here consist primarily of sedimentary rocks (dolomites and limestones).All these mountains surround and protect the territory from cold, northerly winds and assure a favourable climate.The valley is rich in water and alpine lakes, the artificial lake of Santa Giustina, the Noce river which carves a narrow canyon, and infinite number of springs and streams.

Nonsberg group: M.Roen
The summit of M. Roen 2116m.


The geological formations here consist primarily of sedimentary rocks (dolomites and limestones).All these mountains surround and protect the territory from cold, northerly winds and assure a favourable climate.The valley is rich in water and alpine lakes, the artificial lake of Santa Giustina, the Noce river which carves a narrow canyon, and infinite number of springs and streams.



Castrin Pass
The Maddalene range near Castrin Pass 1808m.


 
Maddalene range
Maddalene range
 
Castrin Pass
M.Cornicolo 2311m.
 
Roen
Monte Roen
 
Coredo lake
Coredo lake


Borders

North: Province of Bolzano, from Palade Pass to M. Macaiòn
East: Adige Valley and province of Bolzano
South: Piana Rotaliana and La Rocchetta
West: Brenta Group, the fiume Noce and S. Giustina Lake.

M. Mezzocorona
From M.Mezzocorona the Piana Rotaliana and Trento town


Access

It is accessible by road from Bolzano to the Northeast, from Merano to the Northwest or from Trento to the Southeast.

South: Trento - SS 43 : From S. Michele all'Adige to Mostizzolo
North: Bolzano - SS 42 : from Palade Pass to the Mendel Pass
North: Bolzano - SS 238 : Palade Pass

Summits

Maddalene
 

Maddalene group
 
  • Maddalene range (M. Luco -Grosse Laugen Spitz 2433m.)
  • Macaiòn
     
    Macaiòn
     
  • M. Macaiòn (Gantkofel) 1866 m.
  • M. Pénegal 1737m.
  • Roen
     
    Roen
     

  • M. Roèn 2116 m.
  • Corno di Très
     
  • Corno di Très ( Treser Horn)1812 m.
  • M.Roccapiana
     
    Roccapiana
     
  • Cima Roccapiana (Craunel)1873 m.
  • Monte di Mezzocorona
     
    Monte di Mezzocorona
     
  • M.Mezzocorona 900m.








  • Hiking routes

    Macaion 1806 m. path 513Fondo - Smeraldo lake
    Penegal 1737 m. path 508Fondo - Falchetto Refuge
    Roen 2116 m.path 521Mendel Pass - Genzianella Refuge
    Corno di très 1812 m. path 503Coredo - Sores Refuge - malga di très
    Roccapiana 1873 m. path 507 / path 503 Monte di mezzocorona -malga Craun

    Sports

    "The Valle di Non is much more than just mountains! You can experience it by foot, by bicycle, or comfortably from your vehicle: immersed in nature, history, legends and incredible sites."
    hiking, climbing, mountain bike, alpine skiing, snow shoes, ice skating,cross country skiing.
    Via ferrata Favogna
    Sentiero Attrezzato M.Roen
    Ferrata Burrone di Mezzocorona

    Roen
    M.Roèn 2116 m.

    Archaeologic history

    Museo Retico Archeologico
    Alpine prehistory and the conditions and identities of the ancient populations who lived in the fascinating and mysterious world of the Alps: I RETI

    Tito Livio, nella sua "Storia di Roma", V, cap.33, afferma
    «Tuscorum ante Romanum imperium late terra marique opes patuere... Et in utrumque mare vergentes incoluere, prius cis Appenninum, postea trans Appenninum coloniis missis, quae trans Padum omnia loca - excepto Venetorum angulo - usque ad Alpes tenuere. Alpinis quoque ea gentibus haud dubie origo est, maxime Raetiis, quos loca ipsa efferarunt ne quid ex antiquo praeter sonum linguae nec eum incorruptum retinerent».

    "Il potere degli Etruschi, prima della supremazia dei Romani, si stese largamente sulla terra e sul mare….Essi posero le loro sedi sulle regioni che si affacciano sui due mari (Tirreno ed Adriatico n.d.) , prima al di qua dell’Appennino, poi, mandando al di là di esso delle colonie, occuparono tutto il territorio al di là del Po fino alle Alpi, eccetto la zona dei Veneti. Senza dubbio questa è l’origine anche delle genti alpine, specialmente dei Reti, resi così selvaggi dalla natura stessa dei luoghi che della loro origine conservarono solamente il suono della lingua e nemmeno questo incorrotto"

    Roen
    The Roen summit 2116 and the Val d'Adige with Bolzano town

    Alpine Rescue

    • Emergency Rescue: 113
    • Patient Transport - Red Cross: 118
    • Fire Department: 115
    • Alpine Rescue - Fondo Headquarters: 337/458853
    • Alpine Rescue - Cles-Rumo-Bresino Headquarters: 337/458900
    For weather and avalanche conditions in Trentino look at this pages:
    wetterzentrale
    Meteotrentino
    Meteo Alpin
    Società Meteorologica Italiana

    Roen
    Mount Roen 2116m



     
    Saint Romedio
    San Romedio Sanctuary
     
    Malga Craun
    Malga Craun and Roccapiana
     
    Val di Non
    Village of Rabbi Valley
     
    Mondino trail
    Sentiero del Mondino

    Maps and books

    Kompass : " La strada del Vino" 685 1: 25000
    Kompass : Guida Escursionistica 984 " Val di Non"

    Transports

    Trasporti della provincia di trento

    miscellaneous

    A.P.T. della Val di Non
    Piazza S. Giovanni, 14 38013 Fondo, TN Italia
    Phone: 39-463-830133
    FAX:39463830161
    Le Maddalene Range
    Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta



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    ©2006 Tiziana Ciaghi

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