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Hike from the Oclini Pass to the Corno Bianco

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  • The Weißhorn - Cornp Bianco seen from Passo Oclini
    The Weißhorn - Cornp Bianco seen from Passo Oclini
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Distance 4.9 km
1:54 h
364 m
364 m
In the south of Alto Adige
Easy hike to a dolomite peak in the Bassa Atesina

From the Oclini-Jochgrimm Pass (1,989 m, restaurants), following directions to «Weisshorn» and «Neuer Steig», we ascend northwards on a good path, initially among pine trees then on rock up to the cross on the summit (2,317 m); 1 – 1.5 hours. An alternative route to come back is via the same route briefly then turning right at the intersection towards «Radein-Zirmersteig». Following the marked route we walk down along the edge of the stream up to another fork and continue downhill as far as a bench (not beyond!). Here we turn left on route H, which takes us on the level to the Gurndin mountain hut (1,952 m, with refreshments). Route 2 takes us back in 20 minutes to the starting point (2 hours from the summit).

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