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Tonale pass

The Tonale Pass is today a leading summer and winter resort in Val di Sole, featuring a huge number of hotels, residences and related facilities, as well as ski lifts, concentrated mainly on the sunnier north side of the pass.

Over the years, the Tonale Pass has become a popular training area for both Alpine and Nordic skiing champions.

A whole host of great hiking routes can be explored setting out from the meadows of the Tonale Pass, perhaps taking advantage of the various cable lifts. Particularly attractive routes include the climb up to the little lakes of Alveo Presena and from there up to the Capanna Presena mountain hut, at almost 3000 metres; the climb up to the Presanella, the Paradiso Pass with the monument Emilio Serra had built in memory of all the Great War victims; and on the other side of the pass, the climb up to the Albiolo peaks, the scene of fierce fighting during wartime, testified to by the remains of barracks and trenches.

Highly recommended is a visit to the Cemetery, built in 1924 on the Tonale Pass right on what was once the border between the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Kingdom of Italy and is today the border between Trentino and Lombardia; it is the last resting place of 831 soldiers who fought in the Tonale area during the Great War.


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