Hike on the southern edge of the Puez-Odle Nature Park
- Alta Badia
The hike in the south-eastern part of the Puez-Odle Nature Park is a hike for intermediate-level hikers.
The Puez-Odle Nature Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known as "the witness to the geological history of the Dolomites" as it is particularly interesting from a geological and geomorphological point of view, with many typical rock formations and strata that are characteristic of the Dolomites.
From Colfosco you reach the Jimmy mountain hut with the Plans-Frara gondola lift. From the Jimmy hut you go on trail no. 2 up to the Cier passage (2,464 m) and the Crespëina ridge (2,531 m). Now the trail leads gently up and down to the Forcella Ciampëi passage (2,359 m) and on to the Rifugio Puez mountain hut (2,481 m).
You return on the same route as far as the Forcella Ciampëi passage (trail no. 2). Here trail no. 4 heads through the Stella Alpina valley back to Colfosco (1,624 m). From the Col Pradat, which is to the left of the entrance down to the Valle Stella Alpina valley, you can also go down to Colfosco with the Col Pradat gondola.The hike in the south-eastern part of the Puez-Odle Nature Park is a hike for intermediate-level hikers.