Personally chosen from the Tobacco map n ° 15, this small and squat little mound turned out to be a splendid pearl in the Dolomites. Departure directly from the parking lot of the Staulanz pass. The path immediately winds through a grove keeping a more than pleasant slope. When you arrive on a false floor (first goal) on the left the Civetta makes its way in all its majesty. The slopes of Palafavera can also be seen very well. A couple of bends and you come to a crossroads that leads to a path that leads to Pecol. I continued on the right to the top of Monte Crot.
Passo Staulanza, Veneto, Italy
Here is the hardest part where you have to climb in some places. Skirting the advance we arrive on a fork from which we can admire the "caregon of the Eternal Father": the Pelmo! Optimal position to fully enjoy its majesty. Last efforts in a steep and steep path made of annoying gravel. A few leaps of rock and you reach the top with the inevitable cross. From here you can admire 360 °: Civetta, Marmolada, Cernera, Croda da Lago, Becco di Mezzodì, Pelmo and S. Sebastiano. A pearl that few know, uncontaminated and of great satisfaction.
Tourist - Itinerary on narrow streets, mule tracks or wide paths. The routes are generally not long, do not present any orientation problems and do not require specific training if not the typical one of the walk.