• Trekking to the Denti di Terrarossa and Tires Refuge on Rosengarten

    This high alpine tour starts at the gentle meadows of the Alpe di Siusi and leads up to the 2,600 metres high Denti di Terrarossa mountains.

    STARTING POINT: Compaccio – mountain station of the Alpe di Siusi cable car
    TRAIL ROUTE: Compaccio – Rif. Molignon – Rif. Dialer – Alpe di Tires mountain hut – Forcella dei Denti di Terrarossa – Compaccio
    TRAIL NUMBERS: 7, 8, 4, 2, S, 7
    WALKING TIME: approx. 4.5 hours
    PERIOD: from mid-June to late September


    Starting our hiking tour at the mountain station of the cable car in Compaccio on the Alpe di Siusi (1,800 metres asl), we follow trail no. 7 to the Rifugio Molignon. From here, the gentle pastures landscape gives way to a high mountains nature with some small ravines. We continue on trail no. 7 until we reach Rif. Dialer (2,150 metres asl).
    We continue our tour westwards on the quite steep gravel trails no. 8 and 4. On our left we see the impressive Mount Molignon of the Catinaccio mountain range. On our right there are the red shimmering peaks of the Denti di Terrarossa mountains. Morover, we see the Val di Fassa under us and the Sella mountain range and Mount Marmolada east of our position.

    At a height of 2,440 metres asl we finally reach the Alpe di Tires mountain hut. After a short rest we continue our tour towards north right under the Denti di Terrarossa mountains, where the green meadows and beautiful alpine flowers contrast sharply with the impressive peaks of the Denti di Terrarossa mountains, which seem to grow out of the ground like Gothic cathedrals.

    Trail no. 2 gets narrower and narrower until we finally reach the Forcella dei Denti di Terrarossa at 2,500 metres asl. Here, the panorama of the Alpe di Siusi, Mount Sciliar and the Trentino Dolomites is very impressive. After a short rest we descend on a narrow, very steep trail on the opposite side of the Denti di Terrarossa. Across green hills and meadows we finally hike towards the Hotel Panorama, where we follow trail no. 2, which leads us back to our starting point Compaccio.



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