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Blick ins Gadertal nach Campill
Photo: Albert Kopfsguter
Distance 13.2 km
Highest point2,727 m
Lowest point1,596 m
Look and enjoy Round hike in Val Badia around the Zwischenkofelalm with ascent to Zwöflerkofel and Kapuzinerspitze.
The hike starts in the rear Campilltal, the side valley of the Gadertal, which branches off at St. Martin in Thurn. The circular hike first leads along trail no. 9 to the junction with trail no. 6, which leads to the Zwischenkofelalm. When the old alpine huts become visible on the alpine pasture floor, the marked trail branches off to the right and leads up the alpine pastures to the Zwölferkofel (2384 m). Here you can already enjoy a magnificent view of the Peitlerkofel, Campill and the Kreuzkofel group. After a short Rückweg, the hike continues without losing much altitude on a narrow trail crossing the slope of the Zwischenkofelalm to the Kapuzinerspitze, whose summit structure with the summit cross is already fascinating during the rest at the Zwölferkofel. Shortly before the summit there are some ascents with easy climbing. The summit with its 2738 m altitude offers a distant view over the Puez Group to the Marmolada and a unique panorama of the Dolomites.
For the Rückweg
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