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From the Mendola (Mendel) Pass to Roèn

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  • Die Standseilbahn auf den Mendelpass: Eine echte Alternative zum Auto
    Die Standseilbahn auf den Mendelpass: Eine echte Alternative zum Auto
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Distance 10 km
3:20 h
547 m
546 m
2,111 m
1,578 m
Steep faces, green hillsides
Summit tour with options: hiking trail or via ferrata

Approach from Appiano (Eppan) or Caldaro (Kaltern) along the winding road through the Mendel Pass (1,363 m), then on a narrow road (signage reads Roen) through the forest, south for 1.5 km, until you reach the valley station of the triple chairlift (about 1,370 m; parking). Take the lift up to the summit station (around 1,600 m), then head towards the nearby Halbweg tavern and lodge (1,594 m) on Trail No. 500, through forest and a stand of larches, with a moderate grade at the beginning then partially flat and easy, on and off, to Romeno or Roèn Alm alpine pasture (1,773 m; bar; a good hour from Halbweg Tavern); left along a good trail for 15 minutes through the forest and a little further to the Überetscherhütte mountain hut (1,775 m; open in summer); almost 1.5 hours from Halbweg tavern. Via ferrata to Roèngipfel Summit: from the hut, follow signs that read "Klettersteig" through the forest for a bit then continue along the via ferrata climbing route, which is well marked and very

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