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To the Broglesalm alpine pastures in Funes (Villnöss)

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  • The Broglesalm alpine hut in the back the rock formation of the Cime delle Odle.
    The Broglesalm alpine hut in the back the rock formation of the Cime delle Odle.
    Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
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Distance 10 km
3:41 h
699 m
699 m
Under the spell of Odle (Geisler) Peak
The celebrated Adolf-Munkel-Weg Trail

Start off at the parking area behind the Ranui Hotel, past Santa Maddalena (Sankt Magdalene) in Funes (Villnöss) at 1,370 metres, heading out into the valley, briefly on a forest road (No. 33), until you reach the point where the Broglesweg Trail branches off to the right (1,439 m; sign for Broglesalm, trail markings are No. 28). From there, you’ll sometimes be on an access road and sometimes on the old path (alten Steig) into the graben of Klieferbach Stream (or Broglesbach Stream) through a beautiful forest to an intersection with the Adolf-Munkel-Weg Trail. Turn right on this trail, continuing uphill to some meadows and the Brogleshütte mountain hut (2,045 m; serves food); 2 hours from the starting point. Descent: The shortest option is to take the same route back down; 1.5 hours.

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