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In the center of the picture: the Cima dell'Accla mountain peak.
Photo: Tappeiner Ag
Distance 16.6 km
Highest point3,188 m
Lowest point1,374 m
Snow-covered slopes Long, high-altitude hike to the Cima dell'Accla, ideal in spring and late spring.
Ascent: we arrive near the Ochsenalm on the access road (1,690 m). We keep to the left-hand side of the valley and go as far as the gorge and the spring. If there is enough snow we go up to the gorge; if not, we go up the slope on the left-hand side of the rocks, turn right and reach a plateau on the higher side of the gorge, which is always covered in snow. We go up to the end of the gorge, and then continue on open ground slightly to the left. After going along a long ridge we go straight up until we reach a small pass on the right (2,650 m).
We go past a hollow a little further down, and continue diagonally right, on the left-hand side of a rock. We keep slightly to the right and continue uphill towards the Montarso glacier. We go up the glacier along a ridge on the right-hand side of some crevasses. In the middle of the glacial cirque first we go along a plateau, then along the right edge to go up to the Forcella di Montarso (Magdeburger Scharte, 3,110 m). If the snow conditions
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