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Piavac - Laghi di Lusia - Cima Bocche

Piavac - Laghi di Lusia - Cima Bocche

Piavac - Laghi di Lusia - Cima Bocche

Page Type: Route

Object Title: Piavac - Laghi di Lusia - Cima Bocche

Route Type: Hike

Time Required: Half a day

Difficulty: Walk-Up

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Page By: Gangolf Haub

Created/Edited: Oct 28, 2005 / Jul 9, 2006

Object ID: 167310

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The starting point is the lower station of the Lusia cable car. Either take a gondola up to Piavac or hike directly to Passo di Lusia.

Route Description

Cima Bocche and Gronton above the Laghi di Lusia

  • General data
      - Start altitude: 2272m
      - Summit altitude: 2745m
      - Prevailing exposition: N
      - Type: 3 - 4h on trails
      - Protection: unprotected
  • Effort: 700m elevation gain
  • Power: 1 - easy
  • Psyche: 1 - easy

    From the cable car take trail 614 down to Passo di Lusia, where the direct trail (623) meets. At the Passo you cross the park boundary of Parco Naturale Paneveggio - Pale di San Martino and though there is one ski lift close to Passo Lusia you leave behind all the devastation wreaked by the ski run development. The path (633) leads to the southern slopes of Cima di Lastè and Cima di Lusia but never reaches the ridge. Instead it climbs to a small Forcella from which you have perfect views towards your final destination.

    Descend to Lago di Lusia Inferiore where you can find Bivacco Sandro Redolf. Here the trai to Sentiero Attrezzato del Gronton turns off northward while the Bocche ascent heads straight onward. You pass Lago di Lusia Superiore and shortly afterwards reach Forca di Bocche, where an old WW I fort (rather its remains) can be seen. Head onwards to the Cima Bocche east reach through and across which an old WW I supply trail runs. You come across multiple WW I positions before you reach the summit. On top you find the obvious cross as well as a maze of trenches also dating back to WW I.

    Essential Gear

    Hiking gear is sufficient. If you want to take Sentiero Attrezzato del Gronton you might want to take ferrata gear (not really neccessary though).


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