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23 Monte Mulat

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  • Bis knapp unterhalb der Gipfelkuppe zeigt sich der Monte Mulat bewaldet
    Bis knapp unterhalb der Gipfelkuppe zeigt sich der Monte Mulat bewaldet
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m 2200 2000 1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 9.2 km
3:59 h
877 m
868 m
2,116 m
1,239 m
High above a volcanic vent and in panoramic view of the Dolomites
At the beginning of the 19th century, Count Giuseppe Marzari Pencati and Leopold von Buch, who called this discovery the "key to geology". called this discovery the "key to geology". of Predazzo. This fact was a sensation at that time and culminated in the fact that a few years later, in 1822, a congress on this subject was held in Predazzo. was held on this subject, which was also attended by Alexander von Humboldt took part. This outcrop between the Triassic Limestone and and the comparatively younger granite forms magnificent minerals in the magnificent minerals in the contact areas. Apart from these, there was a copper the area of Monte Mulat, where 1500 miners worked at the beginning of the 16th century. 1500 miners were working there at the beginning of the 16th century. A work located on the Bedovina, on the northern slope towards Mezzavalle, was abandoned during activated by the Austro-Hungarian Empire during the First World War. put into operation.

Go over a bridge (1236 m) just above Zaluna, directly in a bend in the provincial road to Bellamonte, into the Val Bona and climb steeply on the west side of the Rio di Viezzana along an old mining road. Shortly after a fountain on the uphill side of the road, a trail begins to the left, marked 659. This trail now traverses the slope upwards through sparse larch forests at a more pleasant gradient. On the ridge, keeping to the left, you reach a small alpine hut (approx. 1985 m), where the trail heads just a little south of it across the pastureland. Now follow the broad forest ridge, keeping an eye on the markings, to the already visible summit cross. After the forest, the path becomes steeper and leads over the open ridge to the highest point (2150 m). Follow the same path as the ascent.


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