Distance 8.5 km
Hiking in an idyllic setting, with some more technical routes at the top. The downhill variant is to be done with transformed spring snow.
Ascent: follow the snow-covered road and take the first road on the right, taking a few bends until you reach Prati Imperiali. From here, enter the valley that winds between the height of the Mut and the wide ridge of the Gronlait mule (towards the east): at 2000 m, you reach the junction with a final steeper section (towards the northeast). Continue on the north ridge with some steep climbs and a last flat section to the summit.
Descent: In good snow conditions, it is possible to descend from the west face via a distinct ridge called Frauware. In this case, you descend to an altitude of about 1755 m, where you cross the forest road that leads back to the false plain to the imperial lawns.
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language
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