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Alpine routes in Italy

The best way to experience and explore the Italian mountains is to embark on an Alta Via Trekking. We have collected a selection of the best itineraries in the Italian mountains, the most famous and unforgettable Alta Via Trekkings, explore Italy from top to bottom! On the map page, you will find the complete list of itineraries.
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The Most Beautiful alpine routes in Italy

Der lange Grat des Piz Palü Ostpfeilers
Alpine tour · Bernina Group
Piz Palü, 3900m, über Ostpfeiler von Diavolezza
recommended route Difficulty IV, 45°, D- difficult
12.2 km
10:00 h
1,363 m
1,363 m
Traumhafte Route in kompaktem Fels und steilem Eis mit imposantem Blick auf die ganze Berninagruppe.
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Alpine tour · Zillertal Alps
Übergang Greizer Hütte zur Schwarzensteinhütte
recommended route Difficulty <30°, F moderate
4.5 km
3:30 h
835 m
40 m
Normalweg zur Schwarzensteinhütte (Rif. al Sasso Nero) über den Floitenkees, den Tribbachsattel und den Tribbachkees.
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Alpine tour · Zillertal Alps
Übergang Berliner Hütte zur Chemnitzer Hütte (Rif. Porro)
recommended route Difficulty II, 35°, PD moderate
9.4 km
6:00 h
1,344 m
969 m
Alpiner Übergang zur Chemnitzer Hütte (Rif. Porro) über die Rossruggspitze.
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Alpine tour · Vinschgau
Suldenspitze 3375m & Monte Cevedale 3769m von Sulden
recommended route Difficulty I, 40°, PD difficult
20.6 km
11:00 h
2,071 m
1,363 m
Schöner und beliebter Hochtouren-Klassiker mit Aufstieg ab Sulden über die Schaubachhütte und den Suldenferner auf die Suldenspitze mit Übernachtung auf der Casati Hütte. Am darauffolgenden Tag geht es durch die bis zu 40° steile Nordflanke auf den Monte Cevedale und auf gleichem Weg wieder ins Tal zur Suldenbahn.
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Alpine tour · Stubaital
Wilder Freiger, 3418 m, gletscherfrei
recommended route Difficulty I, 35°, F moderate
23.1 km
11:00 h
2,000 m
2,000 m
Aus dem Stubaital über die Sulzenauhütte (Übernachtung) gletscherfrei auf den Wilden Freiger, 3418 m
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recommended route Difficulty IV, 45°, D- difficult
Distance 12.2 km
Duration 10:00 h
Ascent 1,363 m
Descent 1,363 m

Traumhafte Route in kompaktem Fels und steilem Eis mit imposantem Blick auf die ganze Berninagruppe.

from Paul Krämer,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty <30°, F moderate
Distance 4.5 km
Duration 3:30 h
Ascent 835 m
Descent 40 m

Normalweg zur Schwarzensteinhütte (Rif. al Sasso Nero) über den Floitenkees, den Tribbachsattel und den Tribbachkees.

from DAV alpenvereinaktiv,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty II, 35°, PD moderate
Distance 9.4 km
Duration 6:00 h
Ascent 1,344 m
Descent 969 m

Alpiner Übergang zur Chemnitzer Hütte (Rif. Porro) über die Rossruggspitze.

from DAV alpenvereinaktiv,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty I, 40°, PD difficult
Distance 20.6 km
Duration 11:00 h
Ascent 2,071 m
Descent 1,363 m

Schöner und beliebter Hochtouren-Klassiker mit Aufstieg ab Sulden über die Schaubachhütte und den Suldenferner auf die Suldenspitze mit ...

from Martin Dauber,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty I, 35°, F moderate
Distance 23.1 km
Duration 11:00 h
Ascent 2,000 m
Descent 2,000 m

Aus dem Stubaital über die Sulzenauhütte (Übernachtung) gletscherfrei auf den Wilden Freiger, 3418 m

from Csaba Szépfalusi,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty II+, 45°, AD- difficult
Distance 9.8 km
Duration 6:45 h
Ascent 1,100 m
Descent 1,100 m

Landschaftlich eine herrliche Tour - bei guten Bedingungen ein Skywalk auf 4500m.

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from Thomas Nippgen,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
recommended route Difficulty II, PD moderate
Distance 4.2 km
Duration 3:30 h
Ascent 753 m
Descent 414 m

Der höchste Gipfel den Stubaieralpen, seit 2020 mit neuer Variante.

from Heidi Wettstein,   alpenvereinaktiv.com
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Sentiero dei Fiori «Flower Trail»

An equipped route in the Adamello-Presanella group. The Italian soldiers took this route, during the Great War in order to secure their position on the mountain.

Cima Presanella peak

An Alpine climb to the highest summit in the Adamello-Presanella group (3.558m).

The Ortles-Cevedale Glaciers

A 6 day tour of the Alps, reaching a summit of over 3.000m each day, with a base in one of the welcoming alpine huts.

Trekking Adamello-Presanella

A high altitude, 3-day alpine tour in the Adamello-Presanella group within sight of the vast glacier of the Italian Alps.

Monte Vioz and Punta Linke

A climb to one of the most important summits in the Ortles-Cevedale group and the chance to visit the Punta Linke museum, a trench gallery dating back to the First World War.

Tour to XII Apostoli refuge

Difficult route but of great satisfaction toward the most western refuge of the Brenta Group, with a scenic view on the Presanella top.

Cima Sternai peak

An Alpine climb within the Stelvio National Park. This is the highest summit of the Val Saent, the dividing point between the Val di Rabbi and the Val d’Ultimo.

Trekking in the Stelvio National Park

A 6 day tour, going from to rifugio to rifugio in the Ortles-Cevedale group to discover, Val di Rabbi, Val di Peio and Val Martello.

Cima Rossa di Saènt peak

Alpine climb in the Stelvio National Park. Panoramic summit which divides the Val Martello from the Val di Rabbi and the Val di Pejo.

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Turnerkamp Südgrat by Michael
September 11, 2021 · Community
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When did you do this route? September 11, 2021
From the Firenze hut to the Puez hut by Michael
October 23, 2021 · Community
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When did you do this route? October 10, 2021
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