If there is no snow, the experience will still take place as a hike, without snowshoes!
In the High Bolognese Apennines we will snowshoe from the Cavone refuge to the summit of Corno alle Scale.
A brief stop at almost 2,000 meters will be the prelude to the fun descent that will take us to the Le Rocce refuge, where those who wish can enjoy one of the delicacies prepared by the Cà Gabrielli boys. Every Sunday, from 2 p.m., the legendary après-ski of Le Rocce Club awaits us to experience a really fun day!
For Saturday evening snowshoeing we will climb to the highest peak of Corno alle Scale to enjoy the magnificent view while waiting for the sunset. It will be possible to have dinner in a real mountain hut at a discounted price. At the end of the hike we will descend back to the valley at night with the help of headlamps.
Do you need snowshoes? Check the request form when booking: payment for the equipment will be made on site to the guide at the agreed price of 12€ (including poles), at the indicated meeting time and place.
Cars must be equipped with winter tires or you must have snow chains on board!
Saturday at 4 p.m. Nolo Sci Sky System, Corno alle Scale, BO
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in front of the Laghetto del Rifugio Cavone, Lizzano in Belvedere (BO)
Medium - Hiking
5 hours total walking time with some breaks
Full: €20 p/person
Environmental Hiking Guide for the duration of the hike
Fee does not include
Snowshoe rental (payment to be made on site)
If you cancel by the Thursday before the event, there is no cancellation fee.
Beyond this deadline, you will be charged the full amount of the reservation.
Hiking boots (no Moon Boot or après-ski), winter clothing appropriate for the temperatures, at least 1 liter of water, headphones, gloves and neck warmer, rain jacket, waterproof pants and/or gaiters.
For evening hikes, it is mandatory to bring a flashlight, whether headlamp or handheld.
Trail not suitable for under 8 years old.
Dogs not allowed.
The guide reserves the right to change the program and itinerary based on group composition and weather conditions.
The guide reserves the right not to admit participants who are not wearing the mandatory equipment.