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The Laugenalm on the Gampen Pass

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Distance 7.2 km
3:00 h
340 m
340 m
1,849 m
1,520 m
Hike with approx. 340 metres of altitude to the Laugenalm on the Gampenpass.

From the Gampen Pass (1518 m), we take trail no. 133 in the direction of the Laugenalm. We always follow the forest road, which climbs steadily. Again and again we have to cope with short, rather strenuous passages, but we always remain in the forest so that the sun, which may be shining, does not make us suffer too much. After a good hour and a half, we reach a bend that gives us a glimpse of the alpine pasture (1853 m). Now we leave the dense forest and can enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains: Kleiner Laugen (2297 m), Gro&szlig Laugen (2434 m), Brenta Group, Gantkofel. The Laugenalm is a small mountain. The Laugenalm is now not far away and will soon be reached. It is open from May to October, and in winter the forest road can be used for tobogganing. The lonely Aldo Bonacossa long-distance hiking trail starts from the alpine pasture and leads to Rabbi in the valley of the same name (three to four days). The route is the same as the ascent.


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