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Passo delle Palade (Gampenpass) to (Monte Luco) Laugenspitze Peakl

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  • The area around the Monte Luco mountain is compleately inviolate.
    The area around the Monte Luco mountain is compleately inviolate.
    Photo: Manuel Demetz
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Distance 7.5 km
3:24 h
913 m
913 m
2,430 m
1,518 m
Gorgeous landscapes between alpine passes
An easy mountain trek at Passo delle Palade (Gampenpass) Pass

The Lagundo (Algund) Tourist Bureau has provided us with this hike. Monte Luco Grande (Laugenspitze) Peak is the ideal choice for a nice mountain hike that incorporates some—not too challenging—mountain climbing. From Lagundo (Algund) and via Lana, drive along Gampenstraße Road up to the Passo delle Palade (Gampenpass) Pass (1,518 m), where you can leave your car at the parking area next to the tavern. Cross the pass road (Paßstraße) and take Trail No. 133, which goes steeply uphill to Laugensee Lake. Take Trail No. 10 left, which is a little rocky up to Monte Luco Grande Peak (2,433 m): you’ll have a beautiful panoramic view. For the return trip, follow Trail No. 10 to the Laugenalm pastures (1,853 m) and then continue down to the Passo delle Palade.  

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