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Cima di Terento (Eidechsspitze) Peak

Terento (Terenten)
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Informationen zur Tour Cima di Terento (Eidechsspitze) Peak

Tour Hauptmerkmale

  • Duration
    7:30 h
  • Distance
    14.1km
  • Altitude
    1480 m
  • Altitude
    1480 m
  • Max. height
    2694 m
Challenging hike past Englalm and Kompfoßalm to Cima di Terento (Eidechsspitz) Peak.

Directions


Route to Eidechsspitz Peak: from Terento (Terenten) at 1,210 m; approach is from Niedervintl in Val Pusteria (Pustertal) Valley. Follow Trail No. 2 up to the two upper farms (about 1,450 m; also reachable by car). Then, it’s moderately steep up through the forest to Englalm alpine pasture (1,826 m; simple restaurant; 2 hours from Taranto). Continue on Trail No. 22 across barren, steep terrain up to the deserted Kompfoßalm hut (2,181 m). Staying on Trail No. 22, go further up the east ridge of Eidechsspitz Peak, crossing it easily to the summit cross (2,738 m; 2.5 hours from Englalm). Descent: same as ascent.

Starting point

Terento (Terenten)

Target point

Terento (Terenten)

Parking

Parking area at Terento

Public transportation

By train to Vandoies (Vintl) and continue on the bus to Terento (Terenten).

Directions

Through the Val Pusteria (Pustertal) Valley to Vandoies di Sotto (Niedervintl) and then to Terento (Terenten).

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Horst Gamper

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    Hans T.

    Photo by Hans T.

    Blick von der Hochgrubbachspitze (2807 m) auf die Eidechsspitze

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    Walter Soratroi

    Tourbeginn über Terenten vom Parkplatz an der Sonnenstraße in ca. 1400 m. Bis hierin gut asphaltierte Straße. Ziemlich steiler Aufstieg. Abgestiegen sind wir über Donnerschlag und Kompfoss See zur Kompfosshütte und dann weiter wie Aufstieg. Über die Tiefrastenhütte soll es nicht so steil und kürzer und flacher sein.

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