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Duron Valley and Antermoia

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Map / Duron Valley and Antermoia
m 2500 2000 1500 1000 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 19.9 km
9:37 h
1,607 m
1,849 m
2,768 m
1,183 m
Deep valleys, high passes
A very long and varied hike that requires stamina and walking ability: Crossing the green Duron valley, crossing the Antermoia and Grasleiten passes and descending through the Tschamin valley to Tiers.

The long Duron valley begins to the north-west of the village of Campitello in the Val di Fassa, in the middle of which is the Micheluzzi hut (1850 m). As the tour is very long, we recommend taking advantage of the taxi service and driving up to the hut. From there, follow the wide path for about 500 metres to the L. Brach hut (1856 m) and after another 600 metres to the Miravalle hut (1880 m). Now follow the 578 mark westwards, cross extensive meadow slopes and climb up to the Ciaregole Pass (2282 m). From the pass, the trail heads south along the ridge and joins trail 580 above the Plan de le Gialine. This trail leads up to the Dona Pass (2156 m), then on to the Antermoi Hut (2599 m) and the Antermoia Mountain Lake (2495 m) at the foot of the rocky crags of the Croda del Lago ridge (2806 m). From there, the trail climbs steeply to the Antermoia Pass (2770) and then descends moderately to the Grasleiten Pass (2600 m). Now begins the long and rather steep descent (M 1 and 3a) to the


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