Bormio 2000 da Sant'Antonio di Valfurva
Sant'Antonio di Valfurva - Bormio 2000
From the bridge of San Antonio take bridleway S550 up to the mountain huts at Calvarana di Sotto. Continue until, near the Val Calvarana, you come to a fork: continue straight on into thick woods, cross the stream along trail S522 and after Sobrettorca, a long climb brings you to the forest track near Monti of Sobretta di Sotto.read more
Take the track uphill, with an initial steep stretch and some bends. The trail continues along the gentler path S543 through the Val di Calvarana, then there is a long flat stretch through the beautiful Swiss pine forest of Vallecetta until you emerge near the buildings and ski lifts of Bormio 2000.The Swiss pine This is a conifer that generally grows at altitudes of over 1700 metres. The Swiss pine was an important source of income for the economy of Alta Valtellina. The wood is easy to work and the tree was thus highly valuable and the timber most sought after by the woodcarvers of the Bormio area.