Starting from Sega di Ala, precisely from the Albergo Alpino, we set out for Malga Maia. On the way we find one of the last nuclei of secular beeches of Lessinia, the oldest inhabitants of the plateau. The itinerary continues through pastures and along a ridge we arrive at Malga Lavacchione. From there, the path continues through a thick fir forest and comes out near Malga Revoltel.Just before arriving at the malga, you can opt to lengthen the route and continue along the forest road towards Malga Coe di Ala and then climb up to Cima Castelberto (1,765m) where the view sweeps from the Adamello to the Brenta Dolomites in the distance and Monte Baldo with the Carega group closer.If you choose instead to follow the route proposed here, you head for a fork in the path to the right towards Malga Campo Retratto, and then continue towards Malga Lavacchietto and return to the starting point through Malga Maia, passing by the Dos del Canon.
Safety informationThere are no springs along the way. Especially in the summer months, we recommend to bring water with you.
Getting thereFrom the SS12 dell’ Abetone e del Brennero, in Sdruzzinà take the road that goes up towards Sega di Ala.
ParkingThere is a parking area in Sega di Ala.
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EquipmentWe recommend to wear suitable shoes.