Departure and arrival in Tuenno a tour around Monte Peller
One of the most interesting trekking routes starts from theses two places, the Peller mountain and the Val Nana. The crossing from here to Passo del Grostè in the brenta Dolomites
Monte Peller, the northernmost peak of the Brenta Dolomites, straddles the Val di Non and the Valle di Sole and can be reached from both sides. Our journey begins about 1 km outside the village of Tuenno on the road to Cles at the wooden signpost for Malghetto di Tassullo. The track climbs through the orchards as far as the outlying area of Mechel di Cles and on leaving the village, you carry on as far as a clearly visible roadside shrine, then on towards Malga Boiara Bassa. You then come out onto the wide, unsurfaced road which comes up from Cles. You now pedal on as far as Verdè ignoring the forks for Fraine and the Peller mountain hut (refreshments available).
A further climb, on an easy road with a single steep section, takes us to level ground where you will find Malga Tassulla, at the start of Val Nana. In a few minutes from the Alpine pasture you reach Passo della Forcola, the highest point of the journey. After crossing it, you go down the other side towards a small isolated mountain hut; then you follow the signs for Malga Clesera from where you return on the wide forest road (used for transporting hay and timber) which will bring you into view of the Rifugio Peller and the Passo Fraine. The last downhill stretch should be tackled with care because of the steep gradients before ending up in Tuenno