From the refuge located in the heart of the Adamello Brenta park there is the possibility for all nature lovers to observe the beauties of the flora and fauna, the work of the water which during the winter season is transformed into stalactites and stalagmites of various shapes inside of the Silvia cave.
A 10-minute walk from the Silvio Agostini refuge on an easy path, you can visit the Silvia cave, a unique cave of its kind because it is characterized by the presence of a perennial glacier, stalagmites and ice falls.
Obligation of crampons and front lights.
Silvia cave is one of the many karst caves in the Brenta Dolomites. It has a modest spatial development, about 285 m, a planimetric of 170 m and with a difference in height of 49 m. It consists of a large room intercepted on the vault by two 30 m shafts. To this is added a gallery communicating with the hall itself.
Flora and fauna
From the refuge located in the heart of the Adamello Brenta natural park there is the possibility for all nature lovers to observe the beauties of the flora and fauna present in the area.
Along the paths that lead to the refuge and also walking from the refuge towards the church, it is easy to meet some wild animals, such as partridges, chamois, roe deer, stoats and hares.
For flower lovers, the second half of July is the best time to admire the countless mountain flowers.
“L’acqua che cade lentamente scava una roccia meglio di una cascata.”
Going along the path n. 325 in the central part near the pont de Broca, you can see the erosions and waterfalls of the Ambiez torrent.
Even higher up, at Dos di Dalum, which can be reached via path 351 in the direction of Malga Ben, there are streams that descend into the valley by digging the rock and offering truly unique and majestic landscapes.
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Rifugio Silvio Agostini
Val D’Ambiez | Dolomiti di Brenta | Trentino
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