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In the heart of Ciampac
Emotions at high altitude

Discover all the wonderful excursions starting from Ciampac! 

Crepa Neigra

Have you ever noticed that above the villages of Alba and Canazei there is a rather singular mountain? It is the unmistakable Crepa Neigra, a mountain of volcanic origin that also makes the panorama of Ciampac unique.

Forcia Neigra round trip

Once at the top of Forcia Neigra (2508 metres) the Sassolungo appears behind you and Her Majesty the Marmolada before your eyes, as if by magic.

Panoramic ridges

Simple excursion along the ridges between Ciampac and Buffaure that offers an incredible 360-degree panorama.

Col Bel

A little-known itinerary, which leads to an incredible panoramic point from which you can admire the most beautiful Dolomite peaks from the best perspective.

Forcia Neigra – Val Contrin

From Forcia Neigra (2508 metres) continue along a path, partially equipped with ropes and ladders, until Passo San Nicolò (2339 metres). From here descend towards Rifugio Contrin and Malga Contrin (2027 metres)

Hike & Bike

For all true mountain lovers, here is an excursion which combines hiking, bike and lifts and allows you to take a wonderful day trip.

Lino Pederiva – San Nicolò Pass

The Lino Pederiva equipped path starts from Sella Brunech (2428 metres) and then develops along the panoramic ridges, offering a breathtaking view of the always so beloved Val San Nicolò and of the Ciampac basin

Lino Pederiva – Val Contrin

For those who want to walk along the renowned Val Contrin without too much effort, here is a super panoramic itinerary on the ridge which allows you to start hiking already at high altitude

Forcia Neigra – San Nicolò Pass – Lino Pederiva – Sella Brunech

Circular route starting from the Ciampac basin to get, in about an hour, to Forcia Neigra (2508 metres), from where a spectacular panorama opens up over the alpine meadows of Contrin and the Marmolada.

Ferrata dei Finanzieri

Renowned via ferrata for experts that allows you to climb to the top of Mount Colac (2715 metres), the west side of the mountain to be exact.