The Forni Glacier, in upper Valfurva, is the largest Italian valley glacier. Despite the fact that in the last few years it has considerably shrunk, being in front of the glacier toe that descends from the famous thirteen peaks (beginning with Mount Cevedale and ending at Pizzo Tresero) always leaves the impression of being in the presence of a freezing giant. The best way to reach the glacial front is the Sentiero Glaciologico (Glaciological Path), a hiking trail that allows you to touch all the main natural attractions (and artificial ones, such as the Tibetan Bridges) of the area.
Duration: 1/2 day
Duration details: 5 hours
Min. guests: 4
Max. guests: 15
Group size: 15
Minimum age: 10
Activity level: Moderate
Skill level: Intermediate
Start times: 8:30 am
Included services: Management and planning of the trekking followed by experienced mountain leaders of the area.
Things to bring: Backpack with food and drink, warm jacket, gloves, headgear, sunscreen, sunglasses, hiking boots.
Requirements: Hiking in the mountains.
Extra services: If desired it is possible to have lunch (on request and appointment) at the alpine hut Branca or Pizzini.
Additional information: Excluded expenses
Meeting point: Santa Caterina Valfurva (SO)
Contact me: to check availability and price, or if you want to book for a large group.
Cancellation policy: FLEXIBLE: full refund if you cancel at least 2 days before the experience is scheduled to start, or within 24 hours of purchase.
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€50 per person