Distance 9.5 km
Another beautiful peak in the Maddalene group, located in the most remote and
and most remote part of the group. Ideal
territory for the climber who loves solitude and at the same time seeks
the most attractive ridge crossings. In this extremely
wild environment is also home to the big game, which can be
encountered from time to time. Thanks to the advanced position
of this peak offers the climber a wide and particularly interesting
and particularly interesting panorama of the other peaks in the group.
Follow the forest road (marker 1179) that leads over the Masi Bretoni pastures (1461 m) and further through the forest to the Malga Cortinga di Sotto pasture (1909 m). Adjacent to the alpine pasture is a former shelter that is still used as a bivouac (wood cooker, bunkhouse). The trail now continues to the nearby Malga Cortinga di Sopra (2059 m); instead of turning right towards the Pass de l’Om (north-east), go straight up behind the alpine pasture and climb steeply through the last firs (no path!). You will soon reach the wide ridge, which you follow upwards with a view of the summit cross. Without any technical difficulties you reach the beautiful and panoramic summit of the Cima delle Mandrie (2583 m). On a clear day you can see over the Großglockner to the Cevedale and from the Ahrntal Alps (Hochfeiler) to the Pasubio group. There is also an excellent view of the Maddalene peaks, the Alta Anaunia area and the Brenta group. For the descent, choose the north-eastern ridge of the
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