Colombè Refuge – 1.30 hours, following the mule track to the hairpin bend (20 minutes) which turns north and continues on the same.
Passo di Mezza Malga – 3 hours – white and yellow path. Second front of the great war: here you can find testimonies of that period; in one of the images, the mule track, which leads to the pass, built by the military during the Great War
Cai-Macherio bivouac. Signpost n.16-white and red path; 3 hours, following the mule track to the hairpin bend that turns north; here you take the path to the right, right where the indicative sign is positioned.
Maria e Franco refuge at the Dernal pass (m2577) to the Forcella del Tredenus (2667) – 5 hours – trail marker n.16 – white and red path; see Cai-Macherio bivouac.
Valpaghera huts through the Mezzamalga pass – 5.30 hours – yellow and white path; see Passo di Mezza Malga.
Malga del Marmor – 2 hours – following the red and white path that leads to Pizzo Badile; to the right of the refuge, continuing past the small church and Pla Grand. Suggestion for the return: cross the whole mountain, moving towards the east, reaching, by means of a path, the mule track that leads to the pass of half a malga.
Sella Nantì- hour 2- Take the small bridge to the left of the refuge and follow the mule track (Strada Piana) above the “new” one. After passing the Mastilì landslides first and then the “Oltanine”, 4 uphill hairpin bends, continue on the road that returns mostly flat and you will reach Sella Nantì, so called due to its horse saddle shape. We are located behind Pizzo Badile and you can see the huts of Valpaghera di Ceto and those of Braone. Continuing a little longer, on the highest basin, known as “Colom Alta”, you can see the “da Pierino” refuge and various surrounding mountains. Almost easy hike, very interesting and satisfying.