Sunsets and Full Moons
Where? On the Vallagarina mountains
When? Wednesday 27 December, Friday 26 January, Saturday 24 February, Sunday 24 March
Moonlit snowshoe hikes with dinner at altitude
Wear snowshoes to walk on the snow colored by the red of the sunset and the white of the full moon, in the company of an expert Mountain Guide, enjoying a typical dinner in a lodge at the end of the activity.
Snowshoe walks at sunset and at night
If you love walking and can’t wait to enjoy the magic of the snow colored by the red of the sunset and illuminated by the glow of the full moon, take part in the snowshoe hikes organized on Monte Baldo, in Lessinia, on Monte Zugna, in the Leno Valleys at night, with a typical dinner at altitude.
Many appointments, on the occasion of the full moon, in the villages in the mountains overlooking Vallagarina.
In addition to the classic winter clothing, we recommend the use of ski poles together with snowshoes. We also suggest you to bring a hot drink to warm you up along the way.
Info and map
Azienda per il Turismo Rovereto e Vallagarina
Ufficio Turistico di Brentonico
Via F. Filzi, 37
38060 Brentonico (TN)
T: +39 0464 395149
Please note: the guide reserves the right to vary the route depending on the weather conditions, the terrain and the level of preparation of the participants.
Duration: approx. 2 to 3 hours (excluding dinner)
Reservation required by 12 noon on the day before the activity.
- Costs of participation:
- Excursion with Alpine Guide, insurance and dinner: € 45 per person
- Typical dinner with set menu: : traditional main course with side dish, wine or beer, water, dessert and coffee – vegetarian option available (please inform our staff of any intolerances or allergies when booking)
- Snowshoe or ski mountaineering rental (optional): €10 to be paid by the participant – to be notified at the time of booking
*Routes may vary depending on environmental conditions and snow cover. Participants are required to wear hiking clothing suitable for the winter environment: waterproof boots, gloves, cap, spare clothing, sunglasses and thermos for hot drinks. The use of trekking poles is also recommended.