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Monte Venezia 3290m und Pisgana Abfahrt

Back-country skiing · Adamello-Presanella Alps
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  • am Mandronegletscher. Rechts der Monte Mandrone
    / am Mandronegletscher. Rechts der Monte Mandrone
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  • / Corno Bianco
    Photo: Wolfgang Lauschensky, ÖAV Sektion Braunau
  • / Gletscherbecken zur Punta Venerocolo
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  • / Rückblick zur Lobbia Alta und Cresta della Croce
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  • / Corno Bianco
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  • / Querung zum Passo Venezia links der Mitte
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  • / Rampe zum Passo Venezia
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  • / kurzer Steilaufschwung zum Pass
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  • / Passo Venezia
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  • / Monte Venezia aus dem gleichnamigen Pass
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  • / Grat zum Monte Venezia
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  • / Gipfelkreuz Monte Venezia
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  • / Gipfelblick zu Corno Bianco und Adamello
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  • / Rückblick zum Veneziagipfel
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  • / Pisganagletscher
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  • / Abfahrt über Pisganagletscher
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  • / Gletschersteilstufe, dahinter die Umfahrung
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  • / oberer Pisganagletscher
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  • / Gletscherauge am Lago di Pisgana
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  • / Lago di Pisgana
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  • / Zufahrt zur Steilrinne
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  • / pickelharte Steilrinne
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  • / im Valle Narcanello unter der Steilstufe
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  • / oberes Valle Narcanello
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  • / Valle Narcanello
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  • / Ausklang Richtung Ponte di Legno
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moderate
Distance 17.6 km
3:30 h
400 m
2,050 m
2,390 m
1,312 m

Author’s recommendation

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Author
Wolfgang Lauschensky 
Update: July 01, 2021
Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Risk potential
Highest point
Monte Venezia, 2,390 m
Lowest point
Sozzine SS42, 1,312 m
Best time of year
Jan
Feb
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Cardinal direction
NESW

Rest Stop

AI CADUTI DELL'ADAMELLO

Safety information

Tips and hints

Start

Rifugio Lobbia Alta (3,012 m)
Coordinates:
DD
46.168689, 10.564835
DMS
46°10'07.3"N 10°33'53.4"E
UTM
32T 620799 5113980
w3w 
///somehow.chunked.grudges

Destination

Sozzine SS42

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Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

Parking

Coordinates

DD
46.168689, 10.564835
DMS
46°10'07.3"N 10°33'53.4"E
UTM
32T 620799 5113980
w3w 
///somehow.chunked.grudges
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

Tabacco 1:50000 Nr.10 Brenta-Adamello-Presanella

Equipment

Basic Equipment for Ski Touring

  • Ski Helmet
  • Goggles
  • Sunglasses
  • 2 pairs of Gloves: lightweight, breathable and windproof for going uphill, regular ski gloves for downhill
  • Neckwear
  • moisture wicking skull / knit cap
  • Layered, moisture wicking clothing
  • Lightweight rain and windproof ski jacket
  • Additional warm jacket
  • Long, warm technical socks plus liners and spares
  • Lightweight wind- and waterproof ski pants
  • 20 to 28 liter rucksack, preferably backcountry type
  • Lip protection (SPF 30+)
  • Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
  • First aid kit
  • Kit para bolhas
  • Bivy / survival bag  
  • Survival blanket
  • Headlamp
  • Pocket knife
  • Whistle
  • Cell phone
  • Cash
  • Navigation equipment / map and compass
  • Emergency contact details
  • ID

Technical Equipment for Ski Touring

  • Ski touring boots
  • Ski touring bindings to fit boots
  • Ski touring skins to fit skis
  • Skis
  • Ski poles, preferably telescopic type
  • Avalanche safety equipment to consider: beacon, avalanche probe, avalanche shovel
  • Ski touring crampons
  • Crevasse rescue kit
  • Ski touring harness
  • Light ice axe
  • Ski touring ropes
  • Avalanche airbag backpack
  • The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
  • For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
  • Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.

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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
17.6 km
Duration
3:30 h
Ascent
400 m
Descent
2,050 m
Highest point
2,390 m
Lowest point
1,312 m
Multi-stage route Scenic Refreshment stops available Geological highlights Summit route High-altitude ski tour Clear area Linear route
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Morning
1600 m 1800 m
Afternoon

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