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From St. Kassian to the Faneshütte

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  • Von St. Kassian durch den Naturpark Fanes-Sennes- Prags zur Faneshütte.
    Von St. Kassian durch den Naturpark Fanes-Sennes- Prags zur Faneshütte.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 25.1 km
8:32 h
1,246 m
1,246 m
2,530 m
1,518 m
A circular hike in the realm of the golden eagle
During this hike through the Fanes-Sennes-Prags Nature Park, you will often encounter the marmot, which finds ideal living conditions there. At the same time, it is a favourite prey of the golden eagle, which can often be seen circling in the sky.

From St. Kassian follow trail no. 15 to Rüdeferia. Continue along the Lärchensteig, an adventure trail created by the nature park administration, until you reach a crossroads. There you take path no. 12, which leads through the forest, through mountain pine fields and through a dolomite cirque to the Val de Medesc and on to the Medesc-Scharte. The descent to Fanes is in a northerly direction (trail no. 12) down to the Lavarella hut. Follow trail no. 11A to the Fanes hut and from there hike along trail no. 11 to the Limojoch. The trail continues past the Lè de Limo to the Gran-Fanes-Alm. You walk along an almost flat cart track to Ju Dal Ega and to Col De Locia. The steep descent takes you down to the Capanna Alpina and from there back to San Cassiano (always trail no. 11).


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