From Campi to Bocca Saval, alongside the traces of the Great War
From the alpine pastures of Campi to areas that were once the backdrop to the First World War: a high-altitude panoramic crossing from Rifugio Pernici to Saval, ending with the archaeological zone of San Martino.
A ring trail from the village of Campi, a hamlet of Riva del Garda.
<p>The climb from Malga Grassi to Rifugio Pernici is a long and demanding one, but it pays off with a spectacular crossing leading to Bocca Saval, which hosts a military hospital from the First World War (the whole area is brimming with history).</p>
<p>The descent takes us back to a more rural environment with pastures and alpine huts; we come across the Malga/Baita Gelos and Malga Grassi, from which we descend to reach the chestnut grove of the San Martino archaeological zone (taking time out for a visit). From the archaeological zone, we then return briefly to the village of Campi.</p>
<p><b>Water points:</b> if you're passing through in late spring/summer, fill up at Campi where there are a few fountains.. Afterwards you will only encounter the stopping points of Rifugio Pernici and Malga Grassi (check the opening periods).</p>