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  • Der Danzebell von unserem Zugang aus; der Aufstieg erfolgt über die Hänge in der rechten Bildhälfte
    Der Danzebell von unserem Zugang aus; der Aufstieg erfolgt über die Hänge in der rechten Bildhälfte
    Photo: Praktikantin Verlag, Tappeiner Verlag
m 3000 2500 2000 1500 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 14.9 km
7:40 h
1,469 m
1,469 m
3,136 m
1,667 m
From Langtaufers to the striking rocky peak

From Kapron in Langtaufers (1700 m) on a narrow farm road briefly down to the Riegel and Perwarg farms (1667 m), from there follow the signs “Kaproner Alm” follow the footpath and forest road up to the aforementioned alp (1965 m), take trail 14 into the Kühtal valley and up to the fork in the road (trail 14 goes to the right in the direction of the Ochsenbergalm) and continue straight ahead on trail 14 A (the marking soon ends, however) uphill to a wooden St. Martin's wayside shrine (2290 m; just under 2 hours from the starting point).). Now without a trail briefly into the valley, then to the right (without a trail and without markings) on the stony grassy slopes in the direction of the saddle sunk to the right of the summit, at first still moderately uphill, later over boulders and vegetated areas for the most part quite steeply uphill (now and then footprints and cairns) to the northwest ridge of the Danzebell and on the last steep but not difficult rocky ridge up to the summit


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