Forte Clemp

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Thanks to its elevated position, this structure of the Great War dominated the Valle di Campiglio up to Carisolo and allowed you to control a vast and strategic territory

Clemp's entrenched stronghold is located in Val Rendena and was part of a permanent line of defence built south of the Campo Carlo Magno Pass. In the intentions of the Austro-Hungarian Command, this defensive system consisting of trenches, walkways and casemates with the function of shelters for the troops, should have protected the Tonale barrier and guaranteed control of the connection routes. The proposed itinerary starts from the village of Sant'Antonio di Mavignola: after leaving the car, you walk along a comfortable and pleasant forest road flanked by the capitals of the Via Crucis, soon immersing yourself in the woods. In an hour's walk you will reach the town of Clemp where you can admire a beautiful panorama that ranges from the Brenta Dolomites to the Adamello glaciers. 

STRENGTH
The beautiful panorama that goes from Brenta to Adamello.

Opening and closing times

Opening times:
• from 1st January 2021 to 1st January 2025, from Monday to Sunday

The fort is freely accessible all year round (weather permitting).

Reachable on foot

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