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Cima Marmotta

Back-country skiing · Vinschgau
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  • The artist and his artwork, Arnold Demetz in front of Jesus Christ with skis on the Cima Marmotta peak. 
    The artist and his artwork, Arnold Demetz in front of Jesus Christ with skis on the Cima Marmotta peak. 
    Photo: Arnold Demetz
Distance 17 km
4:20 h
1,281 m
1,281 m
3,329 m
2,048 m
Cima Marmotta
Ski touring in unique natural surroundings – from the Val Martello to the Cima Marmotta.

We follow the route on the right-hand side of the car park, which takes us to the Rifugio Corsi. We head south going past a narrow hollow and two rocky spurs, after which we turn left into the valley. After the old wall on the right-hand side, we enter a large hollow. We go up a steep slope on the left going past the Rifugio Martello. At 2,550 m above sea level, we go up, first right and then left, to reach a plateau. We cross it and head east as far as the valley, at 2,800 m, from where we go up and to left. The route is gradually less steep and takes us to some rocks on the Vedretta Alta, 3,000 m. We continue the gentle but long ascent heading south to a rocky spur at 3,200 m, after which we go up a relatively steep slope as far as a ridge, at 3,310 m, and finally reach the summit with the wooden cross. Descent via the same route.


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