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Mountain ranges / Dolomites / Rifugio San Marco / Baita Sun Bar - Rifugio San Marco

Baita Sun Bar - Rifugio San Marco

Starting point: Baita Sun Bar (1150 m)
Starting point Lat/Lon: 46.46419°N 12.21575°E 
Time of walking: 2 h
Difficulty: easy marked way
Difficulty of skiing: no data
Altitude difference: 673 m
Altitude difference (by path): 680 m
Map: Tabacco 03 1:25.000
Views: 494
Trip rating: 3 votes
Number of pictures: 43
Access to starting point:
Access from Gorenjska: From Rateče or Predel we cross the border to Trbiž / Tarvisio and then we continue on a highway in the direction of Videm / Udine to exit Tolmezzo. From Tolmezzo we follow the road in the direction of village Ampezzo and mountain pass Passo Mauria. The road then descends and it brings us to a crossroad, where we continue left in the direction of Cortina d'Ampezzo. At all next crossroads, we follow the signs for Cortina d'Ampezzo. We follow the road to San Vito di Cadore where we leave the main road towards Cortina d'Ampezzo and go right where signs point us to the mountain hut Rifugio Scotter and ski slope Ski San Vito. On the left side of the road by the crossroad is a church. The road then turns to the right and it brings us to a crossroad. We go left upwards and follow the signs for mountain hut Rifugio Scotter. We follow the road to bar Sun Bar where there are also signs that prohibit further driving. We park on a large parking lot, which is located by the road on the right side.
From Primorska: We drive on the highway towards Venice / Benetke / Venezia. At town Portogruaro we leave the highway towards Venice and continue right on the highway towards Pordenone. At the next highway junction near Conegliano, we continue right towards Belluno. Near Belluno the highway ends and at the next crossroads we continue in the direction of Cortina d'Ampezzo. Further, we follow the description above.
Path description:
The road which leads straight and is at first still paved with asphalt was destroyed by rockfall and is closed. It's closed for hikers and cyclers as well. At the starting point, we go left on a macadam road. The relatively gently sloping road soon crosses the gate and leads us above the riverbed of a torrent. The road then turns to the left and crosses the riverbed. Here are also warning signs, which marks that crossing the riverbed during the rain is dangerous because of possible sudden large waves. The road then starts ascending steeper and on some spots, it is also paved with concrete. We are ascending mostly through the forest and from the road then a footpath towards the mountain hut Rifugio Scotter branches off to the right. A little higher, the road and the footpath join again. Forest then becomes thinner and beautiful views start to open up on surrounding peaks where nearby Monte Antelao especially stands out. Soon, we come to a crossroad where from the right side also the old road which is closed joins.
We continue to walk on the road which is on a short section also paved with asphalt. A little before the hut, we come to a crossroad where we continue right and only few steps follow to the hut Rifugio Scotter Palatini.
From the starting point to the mountain hut is otherwise also organized transport by vans. They start driving at 8:30, the price of a return ticket is 10€ (August 2018).
At the mountain hut, we go left and on the stairs return to the road. We leave the road immediately above the mountain hut and we go on a footpath towards the mountain hut Rifugio San Marco. The footpath is at first ascending through dwarf pines and turns a little to the left and then for some time in a gentle ascent crosses slopes towards the northeast. A little later we cross a wide riverbed of a torrent, and then the path soon brings us into the forest where from the right joins also the path from the end of the road. Further, we then start ascending a little steeper through the forest and then we cross a smaller stream by which caption on a sign warns on the danger of falling stones. Next again follows the ascent through the forest from which occasionally still beautiful views are opening up towards Monte Pelmo and Monte Antelao. On such path we then soon reach the mountain hut Rifugio San Marco.
On the way: Rifugio Scotter Palatini (1580m)
Trip can be extended to: Punta dei Ross (2 h)
Pictures:
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