Distance 16.6 km
On fine weather days, the circumnavigation of Monte Mulàz is a must for the
for the ambitious mountain hiker. Of course, the summit climb is
the summit, but after a perfect day on the summit, you should
be sure to include this round tour. The refuge
Rifugio G. Volpi al Mulàz is an excellent base to spread this tour over two days.
spread this tour over two days. From the summit you have a magnificent
great panorama of the northern part of the Pala Group.
From the Capanna Cervino, take the road (or, alternatively, path 710) to the well-known Baita Segantini hut (2170 m) and from there, on the opposite side of the approach trail, descend via the road in a northerly direction to the upper part of the Val Venegia valley. Near the area of Campigol della Vezzana, turn right onto the Sentiero Quinto Scalet path, which leads to the northern slopes of the gravel cirques in a beautiful and comfortable way. Without much effort, the trail continues through a unique Dolomite landscape to the Passo del Mulàz, where the view opens up towards the northeast. Keeping to the left (north), you now begin the ascent to Monte Mulàz. An excellent and clearly visible path first leads up a stony slope, then over simple rocky slopes towards the right (north). Via a comfortable band below the pre-peak, the last ascent is reached, which leads without technical difficulties to the summit of Monte Mulàz (2906 m). In addition to the far-reaching and spectacular
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