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The Staller Saddle (Passo Stalle) in the rear Antholz Valley is the starting point of the hike.
Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 10.6 km
Highest point2,813 m
Lowest point2,049 m
Between Antholz and Gsies From Staller Saddle to marvellous views from the summit
Approach the area from Antholzer See on a narrow pass (single track) up to Staller Saddle (2050 m; inn, car parking). From here, follow marking 7 throughout and take the footpath in southerly direction, briefly up the slope and then through Agsttal moderately uphill until you reach a fork where you turn right along a tracks (still marking 7) leading across grassy slopes and stony ground to the summit area where a steep but fairly easy path leads to a small gorge, then at the ridge up to the summit cross (2818 m, 2:30 hrs. from Staller Saddle).
For the descent, follow the same route.
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