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The summit cross on the mountain Cervina.
Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 12.8 km
Mountain observatory Reach the highest peak of Val Sarentino (Sarntal) Valley from Sonvigo (Aberstückl)
Drive through Val Sarentino (Sarntal) Valley up to the hamlet of Sonvigo (Aberstückl) (1,329 m) and on to Lahnerhof Farm (1,566 m). From there follow Trail No. 7A, turning slightly left through the woods uphill to a knoll with a cross (called Kirchberg, 1,850 m). Continue on the partly flat and uphill slopes and eroding ditches to Malga Anteran (Anteranalm) mountain pasture (2,053 m; 1.5 hours from Lahnerhof). From the hut, take the steep Trail No. 7 up to the fork, and then turn right at the fork. Continue on Trail No. 7 (a well-marked trail), past stony grassy slopes and finally over craggy ground and boulders in switchbacks up to the summit at 2,781 m; just under 2 hours from the pasture; 3.5 hours from Lahnerhof Farm. Descent: Return using the same trail; about 2.5 hours from the summit.
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