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Piz de Puez East - Östliche Puezspitze

San Martino in Badia (St. Martin in Thurn)
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Informationen zur Tour Piz de Puez East - Östliche Puezspitze

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  • Duration
    4:30 h
  • Distance
    10.6km
  • Altitude
    1370 m
  • Altitude
    1370 m
  • Max. height
    2905 m
Steep hike in unique Dolomite scenery, ideal in winter

Directions

Ascent:

We follow the summer route marked 6 until we come out of the woods and go through a gate. We continue straight ahead along a flat valley and then along the next one heading towards a large pine tree on a rock (2,080 m). From here we can see the Antersasc alpine hut at the end of a plateau. We go diagonally up some terraces, going past the alpine hut until we reach a wide hollow. We enter this hollow where there is easy access, and we go further up until we come out to the right on a mound. We take a right turn, then left again, and up a moderately steep slope until we reach a narrow steep canyon leading to the Forcella de Puez (2,500 m). We go up this impressive canyon with our skis on our shoulders on the higher section. The pass is a steep, exposed traverse heading right, after which we continue slightly downhill below the north face of the Col de Puez. We then head right and go up the valley between Col de Puez and the Piz de Puez. We go back up the valley and, after a series of low peaks, we reach the pass (2,630 m) on the right-hand side of the Col de Puez. From here we can see the long, steep eastern slope of the Piz de Puez. We go back up the steep slope keeping to the left-hand side of the lower section, and to the right hand side of the upper section. We go left just below the crest up a mound and then continue all the way to the summit.
Descent: via the same route.

Starting point

We follow a small track from Longiarù to the top of the valley, heading for the Juel Pass; approx. 4 km.

Target point

Car park at the entrance to the Val Antersasc (1,588 m)

Specificity

Direction: north-east – north – east
Difficulty for skiers: challenging; use crampons in the canyon if necessary
Difficulty for hikers: none

Parking

Parking is available at the entrance to the Val Antersasc (1,588 m)

Public transportation

Directions

From S. Lorenzo in the Val Pusteria along the Val Badia head for Longega, Piccolino, Longiarù; approx. 21 km

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