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53 Cima Spizoti

Mountain tour · San Martino di Castrozza,Primiero,Vanoi
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Tappeiner Verlag
  • Sulla Cima Spizoti nei dintorni delle Pale e nel regno dei pini mughi.
    Sulla Cima Spizoti nei dintorni delle Pale e nel regno dei pini mughi.
    Photo: Tappeiner Verlag
Distance 14.5 km
6:18 h
918 m
914 m
1,911 m
1,111 m
This typical autumn tour runs at low altitudes through the hidden the hidden Val Noana valley. The hike is somewhat removed from the "big" world of the Pala group and touches the subgroup of the Cimonega and the Vette. Great, varied and relatively long relatively long circular tour, which also touches three inconspicuous peaks with beautiful views are touched. A small drop of bitterness is the sparse signposting and marking along the route.

After the refuge, cross the bridge over the Rio Neva and then turn right along the road to some huts in the Luz area (1130 m). Now follow the signs to the Rifugio Boz shelter (marker 748) and halfway up, climb a forest road in an easterly direction. Keeping to the left, you cross a wide valley and reach the small bivouac Casera Scaorin (1550 m), from where you have a great view of the Cima d’Asta mountain group. Continue up to the wooded ridge above and follow it in a northerly direction, always staying on the eastern side. This brings you to the west ridge of Col San Piero and then you leave path 748 to climb along a track to the left (west). Finally, via the north side, you climb the southern pre-summit of Cima Spizoti (1911 m). Continue in a north-westerly direction and via a short, somewhat exposed climb (rope) to the summit of Cima Spizoti (1915 m), which is a relatively modest elevation in the realm of the mountain pines. However, the solitary hill offers a wonderful panorama:


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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