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To go for a walk in Campiglio with the child stroller and carrier

With the child stroller…


The Ritorto area has one of the most amazing scenic view of the area; you can reach it easily through a suggestive road from the Patascoss area (in about 45 minutes on foot). During summer time the road is subject to alternative traffic regulation.
In the Ritorto area, there are both the Malga Ritorto restaurant - for having snacks or a typical lunch and dinner and the alpine hut/children farm "La Regina" with animals, and where you can buy typical products.


You can reach Malga Montagnoli, near the small lake, from the Grostè parking, following the signs, in about 1 hour on foot.
The restaurant Malga Montagnoli offers typical food and tasting of local cheeses from the alpine hut next ot the restaurant, mushrooms, game meat, polenta and homemade cakes. In the alpine hut you can also buy dairy products.


To reach Malga Mondifrà, near Campo Carlo Magno, you have to take the road (paved at first and than dirt ), which starts from the Grostè parking (about 45 minutes on foot). Along the road that leads to the alpine hut you can see a typical "calchera" (used in the past to make lime), restored recently. Malga Mondifrà has, in addition to the alpine hut, also a restaurant and a retail outlet when you can buy dairy products. 

… and with the child carrier!


You can go to the Nambino lake and the Nambino refuge by two different easy paths: the first one starts from the "Piana di Nambino" (shorter but steepest, about 40 minutes on foot), the second one starts from the Patascoss area (longer but more flat, about 50 minutes on foot). You can arrive at the beginning of these paths by car easily, taking the first junction on the left at the exit of the tunnel if coming from Pinzolo and on the right after the Grostè cable car if coming from Campo Carlo Magno. Or, if you prefer, you can take the shuttle-buses from Madonna di Campiglio - Brenta Alta square to Patascoss area, with a stop in the "Piana di Nambino". (summer transports link).


The route of Campiglio is a circular path around the village. There are many areas where you can start or end this route, as for example: the Pappagallo restaurant, the arrival of the 3-Tre ski slope, the village center, the hotel Gianna in the Palù area. It takes about 2-3 hours on foot for the whole route, but you can make the route in short stretches of paths as well.


The Val Nambrone is a side valley of Val Rendena, near S. Antonio di Mavignola village, between Pinzolo and Madonna di Campiglio. From the main road, take the side road to Val Nambrone and after 4 km you arrive at the parking in front of the Nambrone refuge. From here, take the circular path along the Sarca river of Nambrone - with amazing green water - passing from the beautiful Amola waterfall (about 45 minutes on foot). The Val Nambrone offers suggestive landscapes for having a pic nic, and moreover you can drive to the Cornisello refuge, where you can leave your car and walk to the Cornisello lakes. 
The walk around the lakes gives you a unique scenic view on the Brenta Dolomites, sitting on the typical granite rock of Adamello. In the quite stretches of the route,  you can hear the whistles of the marmots, and if you are lucky also see a sentry marmot!

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