Moena - Alpe Lusia - Colvere and Fango Trenches
Easy walk of historical interest on the traces of the Great War. Starting from "Valbona", follow the "Sentiero Natura" (nature trail no. 625) to the La Rezila Refuge and then continue in the direction of "Colvere" > "Fango".
From "Ronchi" ("I Ronc") take the first section of the "Lusia" cabin lift ("Valbona") and then follow the tranquil path which begins in descent and then flattens out to reach the La Rezila Refuge. You then need to walk uphill behind the building following the fence. You will reach a building and a fork. The forest road, to the right, leads to Lusia Pass, while you must take path no. 625 that crosses the stream which comes down from the pass. You will come to "Colvere". Keep going along the peaceful forest road, without taking the fork for "Sforcela de Lujia" (path no. 634) and "Gronton" (path no. 634/A). Slightly further on, however, you should turn off the road to the right and cross the valley bottom and go up the opposite side. Zigzag through the rocks going downhill to the right. There is a steep stretch where the path becomes very narrow at the feet of the "Ciadinon". Next you will come to a cross-roads. To the right the path goes up to the "Gronton" and the "Sforcela de Lujia", and to the left the path goes steeply down to the San Pellegrino Valley. Keep going straight on and cross the "Ciadinon" stream. After this the going is slightly in descent through huge firs and small clearings. There are a few stone steps, then go slightly uphill to the right, after which you will come to an area of recently felled trees. Cross the clearing and walk gradually through the steep forest of larch, fir and mountain ash, and gullies, which are almost vertical. Shortly after this the forest becomes very dense. The path winds down through WW1 trenches and fortifications, and after a clearing you will come out onto the forest road coming from "Ronchi".