The circular route of the Plateau
You go up with the Colverde-Rosetta llift
You go up on the Colverde-Rosetta lifts and from the uphill station a short walk takes you to Rifugio Pedrotti alla Rosetta, at an altitude of 2581 metres, the crossroads of many itineraries crossing the plateau of the Pale: a large rock "desert" that covers 50 square kilometres. Going southwards, on path 708-709, after various ups and downs you reach Passo Pradidali Basso (2658 m), and then the Fradusta Glacier and lake at the bottom of it. During the whole of the traverse you can see the Dolomite groups of Civetta, Antelao, the Tofane and Pelmo to the east, and to the north, the northern chain of the Pale, with its highest peaks: Cimon, Vezzana, the Bureloni, Focobon, Campido and the high valleys of the Cantoni, Galline, Comele, Val Strutt and Valgrande. The Fradusta Glacier has become much smaller in recent years, but is still a considerable attraction, in contrast with the surrounding moraine and with the rocky undulations of the plateau. From here path tracks lead to the waymark 707 of the Forcella del Miel and, following it, you return to Rifugio Rosetta and the cable car.