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Distance 14.1 km
Highest point2,872 m
Lowest point1,398 m
Free-standing rock pyramid One of the most important mountains in the Badia Valley
From Lungiar/Campill (1396 m) briefly into the valley, then to the right, always following trail no. 4 on the road and path up through meadows, in the valley cut of the Seresbach very steeply up to the tree line and to the trail junction (no. 4 continues left). No. 4 continues left), on the marked path in the small Seres valley further up to path 35, on this left to the fork in the path and right on the track and good footpath medium steep up to the Peitlerscharte (2357 m, from Campill 3 hours); now right on the serpentine path in steep grassy terrain up to the rocks and on the secured via ferrata partly very steep to the summit (2875 m, from the starting point 4:30 hours). Descent: via the described ascent route (3 – 3:30 hrs.).
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