Cima Bocche

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Cima Bocche

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From Bellamonte 

  • Travel Time: 7 hours
  • Length: 15 km
  • Difference in height: 800 m

From Moena

  • Travel Time: 7 hours
  • Length: 15 km
  • Difference in height: 800 m

This is a suggestive path on the footsteps of the First World War, where it is possible to see different remains of foxholes and galleries of the Austro-Hungarian line. From Passo Lusia (2056 m), climb up along the steep route n.633 on the Lasté slopes to the summit pass, where you can admire the famous Lusia Lakes from above. Cross the pass and get to Redolf Bivouac (2333 m). Walk alongside the lake, proceed on the route n. 633, discover the second lake and proceed to Bocche mountain pass (2543 m). Alternatively, from Redolf Bivouac, it is possible to climb up to the left side to Caserin mountain pass (2363 m), where you can find the starting point of Gronton equipped path, which is very exposed and leads to Bocche mountain pass. From this point, take the route n. 633 and in approximately 45 minutes you get to Cima Bocche (2745 m). To go down, follow the route n. 626, taking first to Jellici bivouac and then to Bocche lake (2253) arriving approximately at Bocche Alpine cottage. Return through the easy forestry route n. 623.

FROM BELLAMONTE

Take the cable car Bellamonte 3.0 to La Morea (1970 m), access the path connecting to the forestry route n. 623 and proceed turning left to Passo Lusia.

FROM MOENA

Take the cable car from Ronchi to Le Cune (2200 m), go down along the route n. 614 towards Passo Lusia through the route n. 633.

To come down from the summit, it is possible to proceed along the route n. 634 taking to Grana mountain pass (2381 m). Go down towards Ciamp de Ors from where you can proceed on the left along the forestry route taking to Ronchi parking.

ADVICES: among foxholes and caverns, you may find some war remains.