From Passo Rolle to Baita Segantini

Leisurely hike from the Rolle Pass to the Baita Segantini with breathtaking views of the Pala Group and its highly praised Cimon, also known as the Matterhorn of the Dolomites.

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Trip description

From the parking lot at Rollepass to Baita Segantini

Directly at the Passo Rolle, the route begins along the pleasant and panoramic gravel road, which climbs in this first section; soon after, you enjoy a wonderful view to the lush green pastures. If one continues to the right, one reaches with relatively little time the Hut Capanna Cervino. From here on the trail becomes more demanding, even if the surface remains reasonably easy to ride. The gradient is consistently between 8 % and 10 %. With a few extra breaks to enjoy the priceless views alone, the trail is pleasant to ride. In a good hour you reach Baita Segantini (2,200 m), the preferred panoramic terrace on the Pale di San Martino and his highly praised Cimon, which is also known as Matterhorn of the Dolomites is called. Green meadows and a picturesque pond underline the idyllic landscape. 

Possible expansion:

From the Baita Sengatini you can reach the magnificent valley Val Venegia descend and up to the Malga Venegia hike. From there, a bus also goes back in the direction of Paneveggio (but not back to Passo Rolle). This hike has more the Difficulty level Medium and was still untested.

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Trail conditions

Unpaved forest road closed to traffic; fairly level and compact earth.


Coming from San Martino di Castrozza, the trail begins just before the Rolle Pass hill. There are no disabled parking spaces available. It is best to park along the Rollepass state road 50.

Time requirement

From the pass to the Baita about 1 hour.

Difference in altitude

Approx. 200 to 250 metres in altitude

Suitable wheelchair

  • Wheelchair with traction device
  • off-road power wheelchairs

Accompanying person

An accompanying person is not necessary when using a traction device.

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Level of difficulty



Well-maintained path with firm ground and only a slight gradient of 8 % to 10 %. When using a towing device, an escort is generally not necessary. 

Resting facilities

Malga Rolle, Baita Segantini, Rifugio Capanna Cervino


Accessible toilet

In the Malga Rolle directly at the Rollepass there is a barrier-free WC available.

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