The route to Malga Stablasolo begins at the Plazze dei Forni car park where e-bikes are available for hire during the summer. The tour beings by following the forest track alongside the banks of the Rabbies river and, shortly after the start, you pass the old Venetian sawmill.
Continuing along the forest track, you reach the Terme di Rabbi spa and, after a few metres along the main road, turn off left onto another forest track that offers views of Ragaiolo waterfalls and the suspension bridge. Turn right and head downhill, passing a wooden fountain where you can taste the typical iron-rich mineral water of the Val di Rabbi.
This route takes you to another ancient Venetian sawmill, called Begòi. From there, follow the forest track back uphill to Colèr car park and onwards to Malga Stablasolo (1,539 m) in a panoramic position in the Stelvio National Park, where you can eat and rest after the climb.
Rabbi Vacanze has launched a new rating system for holiday homes in the Val di Rabbi using ‘nests’. The aim is to provide full transparency about the information provided and the facilities on offer. Download the document to find out more about how they are graded.