Third stage of the "Dolomiti di Brenta Trek" route, from Rifugio Graffer to Rifugio Tuckett.
Rifugio Tuckett (2271 m) stands on a small terrace at the foot of Castelletto Inferiore. the alpinists of the Sektion Berlin of the D.u.Oe.A.V who named it after the British mountaineer Francis Fox Tuckett. In the background the Vedretta di Brenta Inferiore (improperly also called Vedretta di Tuckett) and the Bocca di Tuckett dominated by the stark Cima Brenta. The view from the refuge sweeps westwards to the white slopes of Adamello and the superb pyramid of Presanella.
AuthorApt Madonna di Campiglio Pinzolo Val Rendena FA
Updated: August 02, 2020
Getting thereTo get to the Graffer Refuge more quickly, it’s possible to take the Grostè cable car that goes up to the Grostè Pass and from here go down along the SAT 301 trail to the refuge in 20 minutes. Alternatively, from the town of Madonna di Campiglio you can drive by car to the Spinale cable car which goes to the top of Monte Spinale, then proceed on foot following the SAT 331 trail for 45 minutes.
ParkingBig free parking at the departure of the Grostè cableway.
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- technical mountain clothing
- mountain boots with Vibram sole or similar
If the route has equipped parts, brings with you:
- ferrata set
- ferrata gloves
- a piece of rope (suggested)
- ice-axe and crampons (where necessary)
For changing the range of view, push the arrows together.