Mt. Acuto

On foot         Great Interest: Geology Great Interest: Panorama 
  • Departure: Passo del Lagastrello (1,198m)
  • Arrival: Passo del Lagastrello (1,198m)
  • Duration: 5 hour/s
  • Difficulty Level: T - Tourist (level)
  • Difference in height: 650m
  • Maximum Altitude: 1,756m
  • Recommended Period: from June to November
  • Localities Crossed: Diga Lagastrello - Sella M. Acuto - Rif. Sarzana - L. Gora - La Selva - Quattro Fagge - Diga Lagastrello
  • Comuni: Comano, Ramiseto

Zona del Parco: Zone E - Upper Val d'Enza and Val Taverone

Mt. Acuto, locally called Pizzacuto, dominates Lagastrello basin, westernmost spur of Alpe di Succiso group. Big glacial morphologies have generated several peat bogs and small lakes of great interest. Near the one and only lake of the area, in 1980 Sarzana Mountain Hut was built by the homonymous CAI section. The classical route leaves from the bridge near the dam of Paduli Lake, but we recommend the departure from Lagastrello Pass, exploiting some not very known trails that are of great beauty and naturalistic interest.

Stops: café-restaurant La Baracca Tel. +39 0187 484716 at 200m from Lagastrello Pass; Sarzana Mountain Hut at Mt. Acuto Lake, 1,581m, 25 beds. Open in July and August and during the weekends, winter premise always open, Tel. +39 339 2245117, www.rifugiosarzana.it

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Maestà at the crossroads with trails 659-659A
Eroded boulder at Laguestri
Paduli Lake from the dam
 
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