Distance 16.8 km
Great, lonely climb in a wild and remote area,
although this is not the case in winter, as the summit is very well known
very well known by ski tourers. The tour described here leads in
round the highest point from the south to the northwest, which is
around the highest point, which is an interesting undertaking because of the many
World War is an interesting undertaking. From the summit, which is in
central position between the Adamello-Presanella and the Ortles group
there is a grandiose and impressive panorama!
Follow the easy forest road marked 137 through a larch forest and over hairpin bends to the entrance to Val Strino. Continue on the orographic right in a north-westerly direction through the urtic valley until you reach the Malga Strino pasture (1937 m) in the open countryside. Along the Rio Strino stream, the path makes a few wide loops towards the splendid Laghetti Strino lakes (2589 m), overlooked by the dark rocks of Monte Redival. Head southeast, crossing a steep gravel cirque, to reach the start of the southwest ridge, which leads without technical difficulties but partly very steeply over rocky terrain to just below the summit. A few metres of summit ridge follow in a north-westerly direction and you have already reached the highest point of Monte Redival (2973 m – summit cross and summit book). Beautiful, dominant and solitary mountain, its central position offering an excellent view of Punta Albiolo and Punta di Ercavalla, Corno dei Tre Signori, Monte Palù and Cima Forzellina,
Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language for the translation
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