Torre di Pisa
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Die Felsformation des Torre di Pisa.Photo: Hannes Riegler
Round hike through the rocky landscape of the Latemar to the refuge at the "leaning tower of Pisa". The tour leads through a wild dolomite landscape to a refuge with a great view, from which you cannot see all the way to Pisa, but you can see the leaning rock of the same name behind the refuge.
In Obereggen you take the chairlift to Oberholz (2085 m). This shortens the ascent considerably. Now take trail no. 18 up the steep mountain flank in wide serpentines into the rocky world of the Latemar. At the Gamsstallscharte (2590 m) you have to descend a short distance on the south side to trail no. 516, which now leads slightly uphill again to the "Torre di Pisa" refuge. The descent is via the Reiterjoch and on the wide, traffic-free road to the Laner Alm. From there you hike back to Obereggen.
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