An emotion suspended between earth and sky
The landscape that emerges from the Trono dell'Aquila is one of nature's masterpieces. If you are impatient to get here, park your car in Andalo and take the cable car and then the chairlift to reach the Paganella summit at 2,125 m.
Follow the signposts to the Sentiero delle Aquile and follow this for about 30 minutes to reach the Canalone Battisti from where the Ferrata delle Aquile starts.
Here you can decide whether to go to the Trono dell'Aquila using the path which is short, easy and full of natural surprises, or use the ferrata.
In the latter case, the route has a 280 m height difference and is technically difficult, but extremely safe and well-equipped, and undoubtedly spectacular. It goes without saying that it is not for everyone, but for those who want to go on this trail helmets, harnesses and carabiners are obligatory.
Awesome views, stunning scenery and infinite marvels await you as you pass the Antro delle Pegore, the Traversata degli Angeli, the Conca d'Oro, the Cengia di Terlago from which on clear days you can see the peaks of the Apennines beyond the blue waters of Lake Garda.
And then the aerial view from the Ponti del Cielo, two footpaths suspended at 2,000 m above Trent, the Pilastro del Vento and the glorious conclusion of this adventure, the Trono dell'Aquila.
Stop and look at the view from up here, you deserve it!
The Sentiero Botanico (Botanic Path), an easy path that at this point is a "winding down", will take you back to the chairlift in 30 minutes.
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Acqua park Molveno
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