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Cima Trenta / Walscher Berg

Back-country skiing · Meraner Land
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  • The Cima Trento mountian lies in the left side of the picture at the bottom.
    The Cima Trento mountian lies in the left side of the picture at the bottom.
    Photo: Tappeiner Ag
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Distance 13.9 km
3:26 h
1,237 m
1,238 m
The white landscape of the Val d'Ultimo
The Cima Trento is a hidden mountain in the Alta Val d’Ultimo.

Ascent: we follow the road towards the houses briefly, on the left-hand side of the stream as far as the beginning of the country road, from where we enter the valley along a meadow leading to the Kirchbergtal. We follow the country road until the valley becomes steeper going up two hairpin bends to the left. About 200 m after the second hairpin bend there’s a signpost (“Walscher Berg/Cima Trenta/ Alplaner Alpe”). We now go left up a steep slope through a wood to a point where the terrain is less steep. Keeping to the left of the gravel bed of the stream, we go right up a steep slope, which takes us to a beautiful wide valley. We go past the Innere Alplaner Alm (2,245 m) leaving the alpine hut behind on the right-hand side and we continue left heading south towards a pass. Just before the pass we turn left and continue along gentle slopes to enter a small but deep gorge. Now we go up a steep slope and continue diagonally right, going past a ridge, to reach the summit on the left.

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