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Monte Cevedale

Back-country skiing · Vinschgau
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  • The Cevedale mountain in the Ortles group.
    The Cevedale mountain in the Ortles group.
    Photo: Tappeiner Ag
Distance 12.8 km
3:25 h
1,146 m
1,145 m
3,727 m
2,582 m
A classic spring hike
On Mount Cevedale in the Ortles group.

Ascent: from the terminal we head south over a ditch, cross the ski slope, and go up the moraine. Behind the moraine we go as far as the Solda Pass, keeping to the right and across a steep slope, we reach the start of the Cima di Solda (crevasses!). Below the north-east crest of the Cima di Solda, at about 3,240 m above sea level, we go past a small mountain pass on the left. We go down on the other side across the steep east side of the Cima di Solda and reach the Lunga Pass (danger of falling snow slabs or rocks!). We continue as far as the nearby Rifugio Casati (3,254 m). From the rifugio we head southeast, up along the mountain pass as far as a steep slope between Mount Cevedale and the Cima Cevedale. From the lower section of the crest we go up diagonally to the right to just below the edge of the crevasse. We continue until we reach, over a small crest (in icy conditions leave your skis), the north shoulder of Mount Cevedale. We reach the nearby peak and continue on the right


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