La Camignada poi Siè Refuge — 'Walk around Six Mountain Huts'

Auronzo di Cadore (Italy), Sunday 4 August 2013

The Dreizinnenhütte and the Drei Zinnen (Copyright © 2012


La Camignada features a highly challenging 30km point-to-point trail running route through the breathtaking Sexten Dolomites in the far north of Italy.

The route includes about 1300 metres of ascent and 2200 metres of descent. The highest point on the course is at an elevation of over 2500 metres!

Fortunately, participants can take their time to enjoy the scenery—the time limit to complete the course stands at 10 hours.

The start is at Lake Misurina (Lago di Misurina, 1752m), near the ski resort of Cortina d'Ampezzo. The finish line is in the village of Auronzo di Cadore (864m).

Along the route, participants pass six mountain huts, among them the Rifugio Locatelli (pictured) near the famous Three Lavaredo Peaks (Tre Cime / Drei Zinnen).

Over 1000 runners and hikers take part in the event each year. In 2012, the fastest finishers were Nicola Giovanelli (2:45:38) and Daniela da Forno (3:25:38).


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Auronzo di Cadore (120km from Udine, 146km from Venice, 172km from Innsbruck)

Date: 4 August 2013 (Sunday)

Race distance: 30km (+1319m/-2213m)

Start: 8.00 Lago di Misurina (1752m)

Finish: Stadio del ghiaccio (ice rink) in Auronzo di Cadore (864m)

Entries: online; late entries on the day; race limit 1300 participants

Entry fees: € 28/31/35 (until 4 July/3 Aug/4 Aug 2013)

Bus service from Auronzo to the start (5.30-7.00): € 5 (on reservation)

Race centre: Saturday (15.00-19.00) in Auronzo di Cadore (CAI Auronzo, Piazza Regina Pacis, Loc. Reane); on the day (6.30-7.30) at the start

You get: technical T-shirt, finisher medal, pasta party after the run

Prizes: to the first 5 men and 5 women

Showers and changing facilities: at the finish

Award ceremony: at 15.00

Number of finishers 2012: 1190

Event website (in Italian):


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