Val di Campo (CH)

From Arnoga in Valdidentro, travel to the parking area of Altumeira by car or by shuttle (see municipal regulations). Continue along the last part of Val Viola to the refuge of the same name. From here, continue on path N290 to the pass at the border at an altitude of 2470 m. Entering Switzerland, follow the signs that lead you to a view over the valley, with its lakes and conifers. With a wide turn to the north you transit from Pian de la Genzana to descend the valley to the terrace of Campascio. The trail, steeper now, continues in the area of the Lago di Val Viola, with its tiny wooded island. Keeping to the right, continue to the Lach da Scispadus, with the Lach da Saoseo a little to the left further on. A final descent and you arrive at Longacqua and the Saoseo Refuge. From here, a dirt road closed to traffic crosses the Val di Campo and runs down to Sfazu on the Bernina road.
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