On occasion of the concert of Paolo Fresu, Daniele Di Bonaventura and Pierpaolo Vacca as part of The Sounds of the Dolomites, guided hike from Alba di Canazei to Contrin and back
- Hike with a mountain guide to one of the most fascinating valleys of Val di Fassa
- Concert at 2000 m at the foot of Marmolada, in one of the symbolic places of the Great War
- Live performance by trumpeter Paolo Fresu, one of the most internationally known jazz musicians
Hike with a mountain guide to the concert venue and return
Packed lunch or lunch at the hut to be paid for by participants
|2 Hours 30 Minutes
Sports clothing and footwear suitable for mountain hikes are required
Children from 10 years old used to walking in the mountains
Mandatory registration by 12 p.m. on the previous day
Trail difficulty: medium-easy. Height difference: 521 m one-way
In the event of bad weather the hike will be canceled and the concert will take place at the cinema theater "Marmolada" of Canazei at 5.30 p.m.
Albergo Sonia, Penia, TN, Italia
Offered byAzienda per il Turismo della Val di Fassa Soc. Coop.
The Sounds of the Dolomites: Paolo Fresu, Daniele Di Bonaventura, Pierpaolo Vacca, Giulio Ferraro, Giosuè Mazzei. Val Contrin (2016 m), Sunday, September 24, 12 noon
Meeting point and time: at 8.30 a.m. in the square in front of the Hotel Sonia (Strèda de Pian Trevisan; parking possibilities).
Program: meeting and departure towards Contrin Hut with the mountain guide. After crossing the stream Avisio, you will take trail no. 602/A, which climbs through the woods and then rejoins trail no. 602 coming from Alba di Canazei. You will on a wide dirt road, slightly falsely level, for about 2 km through undulating pastures. Once passed the Mèlga Cianci hut you will return uphill for 1.5 km until you reach the hut. Return along the same route as the outward journey.
Difficulty: medium-easy. Height difference in ascent (one-way): 518 m
Curiosities: the Contrin basin lies at the foot of the southern wall of the Marmolada, Sasso Vernale and Cime di Ombretta. Now a wonderful alpine pasture area and starting point for several routes in the Marmolada Group, it was once a conflict area with the Contrin mountain hut itself occupied by the Austrians and fully destroyed in 1915 by a bombing, rebuilt 10 years later by the Alpini who made it one of their regular meeting points.
Unico problema purtroppo, essendo considerata la data "fuori stagione", sebbene il caldo in Italia non ci abbandoni, i collegamenti con mezzi pubblici per le lunghe distanze, richiedono molto tempo, pazienza e volontà di ferro.