CIME DI CANFEDIN 2043 m
Take advantage of your snowshoes and discover the celestial silences of Cime di Canfedin in Paganella
These peaks are waiting for you around the corner and just a hop, skip and jump away from the modern cableway that takes visitors from Andalo to the peak.
The peak of Canfedin - Paganella's more isolated twin to the south - towers over the horizon and makes for a thrilling adventure. Here, snowshoeing becomes an easy and enjoyable experience for everyone, since visitors can reach truly enchanting locations with just half a day of travel.
Once you reach the uphill cableway station at Dos Pelà - which stands at 1772 m - put on your snowshoes and start heading south, leaving behind the ski pistes on the right. Climb up to Malga Terlanga and keep slightly to the left until you reach Passo di San Antonio, a little uphill of the spot in which the eponymous chairlift arrives.
Climb down for a few meters to reach the pass and follow the signs of the - clearly visible - trail.
Keep travelling on the right of the long ridge that gradually ends at the peak of the Canfedin. Here, visitors can admire the rugged cliffs on the left as they follow the curves of the mountain, climbing on the wide panettone and continuing towards the top in complete safety. From here, the slip spires of the Brenta are so enormous and near that you can almost touch them with your fingertips as the landscape unfolds over the horizon of Lake Garda. The peaks of South Tyrol can also be glimpsed to the north, right behind Paganella, while the mysterious mountaintops and forests of the Lagorai can be seen to the east.
Simply retrace your steps to return to your starting point.
NOTE: Do not undertake this climb in case of fog or bad weather. You will be completely isolated once past Passo di S. Antonio and the undulating landscape requires complete visibility.