wanderweg bei petersberger leger winter
wanderweg bei petersberger leger winter

Monte Regolo

From farm to farm and from pasture to pasture: the Regglberg surrounding the Val d’Ega valley and Aldino is an idyllic spot of land

Monte Regolo, also called Regglberg, is a plateau in the south-east of South Tyrol that belongs to the Fiemme Mountains at the western border of the Dolomites. The villages in this area are called Nova Levante, Monte San Pietro, Aldino and Redagno. The plateau extends at 1,350 m a.s.l. at the ridge of the porphyry plate of Bolzano, an ancient volcanic extrusive rock.

The famous Madonna di Pietralba Pilgrimage Site and the "Grand Canyon of South Tyrol", the Rio delle Foglie Gorge, are located right here. The number of mountain huts in this precious natural scenery is considerable, the Laner, Schmieder, Buonriposo and Auerleger Mountain Huts are only some of them. Recommendable are above all hikes from mountain hut to mountain hut - alpine meadows, fields and larch forests alternate and make the landscape varied and impressive.

If you aim higher, right from this place you can also undertake some impressive mountain tours, such as on Mt. Corno Bianco (2,317 m a.s.l.) and Mt. Corno Nero (2,439 m a.s.l.). There is no need for particular alpine skills for these hikes, both of them are without considerable difficulties. Nevertheless you need to be sure-footed and free from giddiness.

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