Full day guided hiking tour to the Road of the 52 Tunnels
The Road of 52 tunnels, build in 1917, is now 100 years old! And to celebrate this, I invite you to this fantastic 1-day trek.
This road of tunnels on the rocky south walls of Mount Pasubio, in Veneto, was built during WWI, and it's of course full of history. Every step of this road is full of traces and memories, and each year thousands of hikers come to walk the path built by the soldiers on the rocky heart of the mountain.
At the end of 1917, in the middle of one of the coldest winters of the century, the 33rd Mining Company of the Italian Army started building a new military road. They were climbing up on a completely unknown section of the mountain. It was wild, with high cliffs and narrow gorges. In fact, it was a territory with no trails and there were no topographical surveys available.
The result of these men's work is an incredible road with 52 tunnels. Near the top, it will lead us to Rifugio Papa, with wonderful views on the surrounding mountains and Vicenza's flats.
- 10 people €30,00 per person
- 9 people €35,00 per person
- 8 people €37,00 per person
- 7 people €45,00 per person
- 6 people €50,00 per person
- 5 people €60,00 per person
- 4 people €75,00 per person
- 3 people €100,00 per person
- 2 people €150,00 per person
- 1 person €300,00
We will start from Bocchetta Campiglia, and we will take the 52 tunnel road to Rifugio Papa. On our way back, we will descend along the Scarubbi Road, which will lead us back to the starting point.
WHY YOU SHOULD DO IT:
It's unique in the world.
It's full of history and in a great environment
You must see this place at least once in your life!
To see a landscape like this: