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From the village of Anterselva (Antholz) to Cima dei Canòpi (Knebelstein) Peak

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  • The village of Anterselva with a wonderful horizon.
    The village of Anterselva with a wonderful horizon.
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Distance 10.3 km
5:40 h
1,158 m
1,158 m
2,490 m
1,332 m
Up to the summit via the beautiful Grüblalm alpine pasture
Hike through various ranges from the Grübelscharte wind gap up to Cima dei Canòpi (Knebelstein) Peak

From Anterselva-Mezzavalle (Antholz-Mittertal), follow the main road up the valley for 2 km to Staudacherhof Farm (1,325 m). From there, take Trail No. 9 to the right (east side) of the street towards the mountain slope, up through a beautiful forest with moderately steep switchbacks to the Grüblalm alpine pasture (2,038 m; 2 hours from the main street). Continue for 1 hour on Trail No. 9 through more switchbacks, crossing a steep scree slope, until reaching the Grüblscharte (2,394 m) wind gap. Bear right (south) and follow a simple narrow path over the ridge, for about half an hour, to reach the summit (2,494 m). Descent: Return using the same trail.

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