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Von der Kreuzkofelscharte über den Kamm leicht ansteigend nordwärts.
Photo: Martin Braito
Distance 25.7 km
An oddly shaped, rocky peak Unique rocky summit in the Val Badia
Day 1 - From the rifugio Pederü to Alpe di Pices Fanes (Kleinfanes Almen)
From Longega in the lower Val Badia we will walk along the left side of the Valley of Mareo-Marebbe, passing San Vigilio, to the car park in Pederü (1,545 m). The route takes you directly to the Alpe di Pices Fanes (2,040 m, 2 hours; you can also reach it by jeep. RifugioÜtia de Fanes and Rifugio Ütia de Lavarela).
Option of an overnight stay at the rifugio Ütia de Fanes and Ütia de Lavarela
Day 2 - From Alpe di Pices Fanes (Kleinfanes Almen) to the summit of Sasso delle Dieci (Zehner) and descent
We will take route 12; turn right at the intersection following route 7, which takes us to the Col dla Crusc (2,609 m; two hours from Fanes. You can get here also from the other side by taking the ski lift in Pedraces, 1,850 m). We will turn right to follow the signposted footpath, which goes up the ridge to Sas dla Crusc (Piz dl Ciaval, 2,907 m). The peak, which can be reached in just a few
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