Col d'Anzana

Col d'Anzana
Col d'Anzana
The Col d'Anzana is a mountain pass (2224 m.M.) that connects the Val dal Saient on the Swiss side with Teglio in the Veltlin.


The passport has always been a popular smuggling route, and during World War II it was an important escape route for the Jews who had to leave Italy because of the persecution of Jews by the fascist regime.

From the Col d'Anzana you can take many interesting hikes. The easiest is the short descent to the Rifugio Anzana, which is reached in just over 20 minutes. From the Swiss side you can reach the Col d'Anzana from Campocologno. At Campascio turn left and take the road into dal Val Saient, past the Rifugio Monte Scala and Cavaione (1302 m.M.) to Alpe Pescia Bassa (1832 m.a.s.l..M., also accessible by post bus). From here we continue to Alpe Pescia Alta (2054 m.a.s.l.M.) where, away from the alpine huts and on the other side of the valley (i.e. on the left side of the ascent, or on the south side) the Rifugio Anzana is located at 2050 m.l.M.


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