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The three Venezia summits in the inner vally of Martell.
Photo: Martin Braito
Distance 15 km
Highest point3,361 m
Lowest point2,059 m
The three Venezia summits Three peaks among glaciers
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 leads to the Rifugio Zufallhütte-Nino Corsi (2,265 m, a good half hour). Take a left at the intersection after the old stone dam and continue on route 103 to the Rifugio Marteller Hütte-Martello (2,610 m; 2 hours from the car park). Walking along the lake, take a left at the intersection and follow route 27 (signposted «Veneziaspitze»), climbing up the moraine and scree bordered by stone figures to Hohenferner (Vedretta Alta). Following the track takes you to the ridge above, and eastwards to the Cima Marmotta (Köllkuppe, 3,330 m; 2:30 hours from the Rifugio Martello). The trail continues along a thin ridge among several ups and downs up to the col (3,300 m), and eastwards among boulders and rocks to reach the Cima Venezia (3,386 m, half an hour from the Cima Marmotta). An easy descent eastwards leads to the central col, then to the Seconda Cima
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