Suspension Bridge Solda

If you want to float on a 44 meter long suspension bridge, you should take this hiking trail.

General description

The suspension bridge in Solda is 44 metres long and is 22 metres above the ground. It connects path no. 2, which leads to the Hintergrathütte, with path no. 1, which leads to the Schaubachhütte/Madritschhütte. The thunderous masses of water under the bridge give the crossing that certain something.

Route description

Trail nr. 1 leads from the cable car Solda directly to the suspension bridge. The descent is via path n. 2 back to the cable car.

description to arrive at destination

From Spondigna/Spondinig via the street to the Stelvio Pass SS 38 to Gomagoi, then left to Solda. From Spondigna to the parking area is it approx. 20 km.


In order to get to the starting point, the parking area at the cable car Solda is the most suitable.

Public transport

If you do not want to travel to Solda by private car, you can use the pubblic transport. With the bus line 271 you get from Prato allo Stelvio/Spondigna to Solda in about half an hour. The bus stop is located directly at the cable car Solda.

Safety instructions

All the informations about the hike is without guarantee. Hiker should look at the weather forecast and plan the tour as best as possible.

Duration 0:54 h
Length 2.758 km
Difficulty medium
Difference in height uphill 185 hm
Difference in height downhill 185 hm
Difference in height 2082 m
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