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Sul Cevedale High Mountain Trail

Martello (Martell)
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Informationen zur Tour Sul Cevedale High Mountain Trail

Tour Hauptmerkmale

  • Duration
    10:00 h
  • Distance
  • Altitude
    1670 m
  • Altitude
    1670 m
  • Max. height
    3729 m
Il Cevedale, a majestic ice dome with magnificent views


In Val Venosta, from Coldrano – Goldrain you will be walking along the entire Val Martello to the last car park (2,050 m, hotels). Route 150 takes you to the Vedretta Langenferner, passing the Rifugio Zufallhütte- Nino Corsi (2,265 m, at least half an hour); after a long and moderately steep hike across meadows.  We will keep walking across the glacier keeping an eye out for crevasses all the way to the Rifugio Casati (3,254 m, sleeps more than 200; 3.30–4 hours from the car park. Further up to the Rifugio Guasti). After an overnight stay, we will walk up the glacier mainly on a marked pathway to the south-east. We will take a left to cross over the steep firn and the huge crevasse. Once we have reached the summit of the Cevedale, we will cross it to the right and walk up to its peak (3,769 m; 2 hours from the refuge). Return via the same route.

Starting point

At the end of the Val Martello - Marteller Tal - Enzianhütte Restaurant

Target point

At the end of the Val Martello - Marteller Tal - Enzianhütte Restaurant


No major problem but due to the numerous crevasses and steep final ascent to the glacier, this hike is only suitable for experienced mountaineers. Beware of concealed crevasses under the snow; the ascent to the rifugio Casati is at risk from falling rocks and stones left behind by the shrinking glacier.


Ample parking is available at the Enzianhütte Restaurant

Public transportation

Public services (line 262) from Silandro - Schlanders to the Enzianhütte Restaurant car park (3 times a day)


From Merano or Resia continue towards Coldrano - Goldrain, then turn off to Martello and continue to the end of the valley.

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Hannes Riegler

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