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Cima Cevedale

Martello (Martell)
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Informationen zur Tour Cima Cevedale

Tour Hauptmerkmale

  • Duration
    7:00 h
  • Distance
    19.2km
  • Altitude
    1750 m
  • Altitude
    1750 m
  • Max. height
    3752 m
To the highest summit in the Val Martello, ideal in spring and late spring

Directions

Ascent: from the car park we follow the road on the right (signposted), which takes us to the Rifugio Corsi. From the rifugio we head south, going past a narrow valley and around a rocky spur, to reach a flat valley. We go past the old ditch and enter a wide valley floor. We now go up a steep slope to the Rifugio Martello, after which we enter a wide valley and go up to the Vedretta della Forcola (Fürkeleferner). We keep to the left and continue as far as a sharp ridge on the right side of the Forcola (Fürkelescharte). We continue up to below the south-east ridge of the Cima Cevedale and then turn right (keeping an eye out for crevasses!), going up a steep slope to the upper glacial cirque.
From the east side of the Cima Cevedale we turn left to reach a shoulder of the south-east ridge. We take off our skis and go up some rocks to the snowy ridge. We now go across a slope and then up to the rocks at the summit. We leave our skis and reach the summit with a small cross.

Descent: via the same route, keeping an eye out for crevasses in the upper section.

Starting point

Car park at the Hotel Genziana and Hotel Schönblick (2,055 m)

Target point

Car park at the Hotel Genziana and Hotel Schönblick (2,055 m)

Specificity

Direction: north-east – south-east
Difficulty for skiers: average
Difficulty for hikers: average; ice climbing experience essential in the section on rocks

Parking

Parking is available at the Hotel Genziana and Hotel Schönblick (2,055 m)

Public transportation

Directions

From Merano along the Val Venosta in the Val Martello as far as the Hotel Genziana and Hotel Schönblick (2,055 m)

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