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Alta Via di Lungiarü (Campiller Höhenweg) High Trail in Val Badia (Gadertal) Valley

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  • Breathtaking sourrounding on the high trail Lungiarü in Val Badia. 
    Breathtaking sourrounding on the high trail Lungiarü in Val Badia. 
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Distance 19.9 km
6:44 h
1,023 m
1,023 m
Between the Odle (Geislerspitzen) Peaks and Sass de Putia (Peitlerkofel)
This eight-kilometre high-altitude route crosses the northwest side of the Val Campil (Campilltal) Valley up to Passo Gomo (Gömajoch) Pass, under the Sass de Putia (Peitlerkofel) Peak.

Ascent: From Longiarù (Campill) in Val Badia (Gadertal) Valley at 1398 m; approach on road from San Martino in Badia (St. Martin in Thurn) and start out following signs for No. 5 along a street and access road, then turn right off the road, staying on Trail No. 5. First you go through woods and then across the open alpine pastureland slopes of Medalghes, mostly a moderately steep climb up to Furcia (Kreuzjoch) at 2,293 metres; 2.5 hours from Campill. High Trail: from Furcia, first take the high trail marked No. 3, lightly ascending and then descending gently over the Sobuc elevation (2,421 m) to Passo Pomo (Kreuzkofeljoch) Pass at 2,340 m. Turn west just below the Rifugio Genova (Franz Schlüter Hütte) mountain hut at 2,301 m (operating in summer) then onto the high trail, briefly northeast up to a fork, where you turn right. From there, it’s an easy descent on Trail No. 35 to alpine pasture huts and to another fork in the road (where you can opt to descend to Campill). Continue

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Francesco Nasato
September 14, 2017 · Community
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