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Die Kirche von Stern: Startpunkt der Schutzhüttenwanderung
Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Distance 5.6 km
Highest point2,049 m
Lowest point1,424 m
An untouched area - this applies to the location of the hut as well as to the slopes below, which are covered with larches, spruces and gnarled weather-beaten pines and are rock-strewn in the upper part, and this applies to the various paths leading to the hut.
From the church of Stern (La Ila) in Val Badia (1477 m; parking nearby), follow the Mark. 11 and follow the signs to the "Gardenazza-Hütte" hut on a footpath first past an uninhabited farmhouse and then through larch and spruce forest (higher up also stone pines and mountain pines), partly moderately, partly moderately steep and higher up in many serpentines through a small steep gorge up to the green flattening of the slope and to the Gardenacia hut (2045 m; summer service); from Stern just under 1:30-2 hours - Descent: From the hut follow the good Mark. 5, follow the footpath in rocky steep terrain down to a small protruding rock rib. Do not turn right here, but cross horizontally under vertical rocks (wooden railing and later steel rope, no problem), then descend again for a long time through the forest to a terrain shoulder with the mountain station of a chairlift (no. 5 continues on the left) and right on trail 15 first through the forest and later partly next to a ski slope down
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