Bormio 360
Bormio
Stage 10

The Spirits Trail

Fantelle - Pravasivo

KM
8,5 Km
  • famigliaFamily
  • relaxRelaxing
  • boschimeravigliosiBeautiful woodland

A fascinating stage from a cultural perspective.


It is said that on the slopes of the Reit crest the “maghét” wandered. These spiteful and evil sprits lived in the mountains, and if provoked, could cause damage and destruction. 

To protect themselves from the maghét magic, the valley dwellers placed shrines and crosses scattered throughout the woods, which had the power to oppose or keep them distant. The tradition of the maghét, which is still told to children today, almost refers to fairy tales, populated by fairies, ogres, and goblins.

Details


This is an easy stage, suitable for all, that can be covered on foot with a buggy or joelette mountain wheelchair. Start from the Fantelle car park in Madonna dei Monti, Valfurva. Cross Cadalbert and continue along paths S546.1 and S531.2 via Casina Bassa, where in spring and autumn you will find cows at pasture. Head along S533, also known as the "Pedemontana della Reit" until you reach the Pravasivo car park. There are no refreshment points or water fountains along the route, so make sure you bring a snack or packed lunch so you can stop off at one of the picnic areas in the heart of this thriving larch forest.

Technical info

Bussola
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 8,51 Km
  • Hiking time: 2:15 h
  • Max. altitude: 1687 m
  • Min. altitude: 1404 m
  • Elevation gain: 126 m
  • Elevation drop: 411 m
  • Max. grad. ascent: 20%
  • Max. grad. descent: 23%
  • When to go: June - November

Details


An easy stage, ideal for beginners and even gravel bikes. The trail leads through the beautiful forest on Mount Reit (the imposing mountain that overlooks Bormio) and offers lots of panoramic viewpoints. Start from the Fantelle car park in Madonna dei Monti, Valfurva. Cross Cadalbert and continue along paths S546.1 and S531.2 via Casina Bassa, where in spring and autumn you will find cows at pasture. Head along S533, also known as the "Pedemontana della Reit" until you reach the Pravasivo car park. There are no refreshment points or water fountains along the route. Make sure you bring something to eat so you can stop off at one of the picnic areas in the heart of this thriving larch forest.

Charging point: none.

Technical info

Bussola
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Distance: 8,51 Km
  • Max. altitude: 1687 m
  • Min. altitude: 1404 m
  • Elevation gain: 126 m
  • Elevation drop: 411 m
  • Max. grad. ascent: 20%
  • Max. grad. descent: 23%
  • When to go: June - November
  • Battery consumption: Low

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Adventure
for all,
done the
right way.

trekking

At 140 km in length, with an overall height difference of 6,000 m, Bormio 360 is one of the best hiking and mountain biking itineraries in Europe. It requires a good level of fitness, agility and experience. Going with a qualified mountain bike or hiking guide is recommended.

1

Always follow the Bormio 360 marked trails.

Only use authorised routes and respect the rules.

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2

Protect the environment.

Never scare animals, don’t litter and avoid sudden braking (it erodes the soil).

3

Make sure you have suitable clothing and equipment.

Check your equipment and always use a helmet and gloves.

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4

We’re all friends on the mountain.

Always give way to hikers, announce your presence in advance, adjust your speed to the situation and don’t exceed your own limits.

5

Know yourself, respect your limits.

Plan your excursions in advance. It’s always a good idea to go with a qualified guide!

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