Corno Bianco (Weißhorn) Peak and Corno Nero (Schwarzhorn) Peak
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View su Corno Bianco from the Oclini pass.
Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Distance 7 km
Twin peaks Ascent up two peaks, Corno Bianco and Corno Nero (literally: White Peak and Black Peak), starting from the Oclini Pass
Access via the Val d'Ega (Eggental) Valley or from Regglberg via Nova Ponente (Deutschnofen) to Lavazè Pass and on to the Oclini (Jochgrimm) Pass (1,989 m; service establishments). Then on foot to Weißhorn: From Oclini Pass, take the well-marked, signposted trail through the hills, basically straight north to the summit (2,317 m; 1 hour). Descent: same as ascent, around 45 minutes. Schwarzhorn Peak: From Oclini Pass, go south on Trail No. 582 and cross the partly grassy and partly rocky ridge; here, it is also a fairly straight shot up to the summit (2,439 m, just under 1.5 hrs). Descent: same as ascent; 1 hr.
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