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Punta Oberettes Sud

Back-country skiing · Vinschgau
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  • Crossing the Val di Mazia valley.
    Crossing the Val di Mazia valley.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 16 km
4:14 h
1,557 m
1,557 m
On the southernmost peak
Skiing from the Mazia Valley along the Saldur lakes and on the Punta Oberettes Sud in the Alta Val Venosta.

We take the country road towards the Mazia di Dentro alpine hut, 2,022 m, 2.7 km. Just before reaching the alpine hut we go up to a meadow and follow the summer trail up a narrow mountain ridge to the right of the stream and reach the Saldurboden, 2,380 m. From here we head north-east, up and along the valley slope on the left, 2,500 m. We go up this gentle slope as far as the ridge, 2800 m. From here, above the Saldura lakes, 2,800 m, we go down diagonally to the right for about twenty meters, to the source of a fast-flowing stream, 2,780 m. We go up the steep slope and reach an open space, 2,830 m, and on to the next one. Here at approx. 2,900 m, on the left-hand side of the rocks, we go up and right and, at 2,970 m, we go diagonally to the right up a very steep slope. We reach a wide valley slope, 3,040 m, which we cross to reach the foot of the mountain summit, 3,150 m. We go up and enter the upper valley slope on the left, 3,220 m. From here we go left along the ridge that takes

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