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Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo

Back-country skiing • Valle del Chiese and Giudicarie Centrali

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Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo

Back-country skiing · Giudicarie Centrali,Valle del Chiese · closed
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  • Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo – gruppo dell'Adamello
    / Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo – gruppo dell'Adamello
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  • Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo – gruppo dell'Adamello
    / Cima Creper Vac - Val di Breguzzo – gruppo dell'Adamello
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A splendid circular tour in a solitary environment with extensive views of most of the southern peaks of the Adamello range. The trail described here involves a climb along the eastern side and the descent along the north side, returning along the Val del Vescovo. Difficulty: BSA
closed
moderate
12.9 km
5:30 h
1709 m
1200 m

Author’s recommendation

“Scialpinismo in Trentino” by Ulrich Kossler, published by Tappeiner, Cierre edizioni 2010. Or “Scialpinismo e racchette da neve in Val di Breguzzo” by Antolini Dario, published by Rendena 2009 (on sale at Rifugio Trivena).
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Updated: January 29, 2018

Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
2760 m
Lowest point
1155 m
Best time of year
Jan
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Safety information

The route of ascent is usually passable in mid-winter, although it is better to wait for the snowpack to settle. The route of descent, however, requires absolutely stable snow conditions (the first stretch has a slope of over 40°).

Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.

Tips, hints and links

To check the conditions of routes in the area, we recommend contacting Rifugio Trivena (Tel. +39 0465 901019 / e-mail info@trivena.com )

Start

Car park at the electric power station - altitude 1150m (1158 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.032524, 10.639039
DMS
46°01'57.1"N 10°38'20.5"E
UTM
32T 626839 5098967
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Destination

Cima Creper Vac - altitude 2816m

Turn-by-turn directions

Following the snow-covered road you get to Rifugio Trivena (altitude 1650m). From here, along the right-hand side of the valley (at the mouth of the Val Canevaza), you cross a small bridge and meet a trail that climbs up to Corno del Fus (the Taiade path). You go around this rocky outcrop on the right and then back to the left via a wide saddle (Sella del Fus). You have now reached the beautiful slopes of the summit, which are never too steep but require careful assessment. Going uphill to the south-west, you get a view of the summit: now head towards an obvious rocky formation that resembles the head of a Setter to get to the Passo dei Contrabbandieri (Smugglers’ Pass at 2650m). From here, pass under the steep peak, going uphill as far as a ridge 50 metres below the summit. Note that this last exposed stretch should be tackled carrying your skis (crampons are useful).
On the descent, (a difficult alternative route, only for experienced skiers with stable snow!) go down carrying your skis – an ice axe and crampons are useful – for a short stretch along the north ridge. When you can, return to the northern side, descending along several narrow gullies through rocky outcrops, before putting on your skis. Then follow the beautiful valley that leads into the Valle del Vescovo and takes you to the Piana di Redont further down and the path that leads back to Rifugio Trivena.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

Not provided

Getting there

From the village of Breguzzo (Valli Giudicarie) follow the signs to enter the Val di Breguzzo, and park where the road is not cleared of snow, just after the electric power station. In late spring, or in an off-road vehicle, you can continue as far as Ponte Pianone, at an altitude of 1230m.

Parking

Large car park (about 50 parking spaces)

Coordinates

DD
46.032524, 10.639039
DMS
46°01'57.1"N 10°38'20.5"E
UTM
32T 626839 5098967
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Equipment

The usual ski-mountaineering equipment + crampons and ice axe, which are useful for the final stretch of the ridge.

Similar routes nearby

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  • Cima Pissola con gli sci
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Status
closed
Difficulty
moderate
Distance
12.9 km
Duration
5:30h
Ascent
1709 m
Descent
1200 m
Point-to-point
1600 m 1800 m
Morning
1600 m 1800 m
afternoon

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