Trekking to lake Nero and Segantini refuge
Very panoramic hike to lake Nero, one of the most characteristic areas of the italian Alps. The lake is located at the top of the wild Nambrone valley, in the heart of the Presanella mountain group. The breathtaking scenery that characterises this lake becomes even more special at sunset, when the Brenta Dolomites are reflected in its waters.
Our hike continues until we reach the Segantini refuge along an easy track in a wild environment, still unknown to the crowds of tourists who frequent these places.
- Service and guidance of a certified mountain guide for the whole duration of the experience
Meeting point at the Madonna di Campiglio Guide’s Office.
Transfer by own car to Nambrone valley, up to the car park next to the Cornisello refuge (about 30 minutes).
We begin our walk along the lake Nero and uphill to the area of Pass dell’Om, Segantini refuge and Vallina d’Amola.
Then we come back.
Packed lunch or lunch at the Segantini refuge.
Total duration of the excursion: 6/7 hours.
Excursion of medium difficulty.
Height difference: + 350 metres.