Trek ring to Cornisello – Amola
Hiking trail • Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena
The Cornisello – Amola circular itinerary runs at the foot of the majestic east-facing slopes of the Presanella, Monte Nero and Cima Cornisello mountains. The beauty of this awe-inspiring scenery is further heightened by the marvellous Lago Nero, from which the Brenta Group seems to emerge, dominating the horizon to the east. The entire itinerary features breathtaking scenery, from the lakes of Cornisello to Monte Giner, the Presanella Massif, Lago Nero, the Quattro Cantoni, the small Segantini lakes, the Vedretta d’Amola and, as mentioned above, the Brenta Group, which shows its entire west flank.
This evocative circular route also touches two suggestive mountain huts, Rifugio Cornisello and Rifugio Segantini, which are natural resting points. Overall, this is an unmissable trek to admire some of the best mountain scenery of Western Trentino, while at the same time enjoying an exciting excursion.
Safety informationPlease 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.
Equipmenttrekking shoes, useful: telescopic walking sticks, spare garments; camera.
Getting thereVia the “SS239 della Val Rendena” national road. From Pinzolo continue towards Madonna di Campiglio and pass Carisolo. Just before S. Antonio di Mavignola follow the lane on the left with signs directing you to Rifugio Cornisello, Rifugio Segantini, Val Nambrone. Follow the road for about 8 km up to the departure point, at the crossroads for “Rifugio Cornisello” on the right and “Rifugio Segantini” on the left (1885 m); there are a number of car spaces along the side of the road in both directions.
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.